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Lecture Presented About Regionalist Artists During The Great Depression

at 8:57 am | Articles | Colt Stanton -

the regionalist art style was made famous by artists who focused on ignoring city life in advancements in technology to depict the rural lifestyle it became popular during the 1930s for its well-known images of the Heartland one of the styles pioneers was Iowa's very own grant would grant wood was one of the artists

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“Lecture Presented About Regionalist Artists During The Great Depression”

Robert Hughes – American Visions – Episode 6 (part 4/5)

July 15, 2019 at 12:31 am | Articles | Colt Stanton -

Oh there was a growing tendency to look away from the harsh realities of urban society and to our D lies another America the America whose honest and earthy citizens had truly staked their claim on the plains of the Midwest this vision of an American rural Eden had something in common with all other

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“Robert Hughes – American Visions – Episode 6 (part 4/5)”

Grant Wood: An Insider's View

June 4, 2019 at 1:06 pm | Articles | Colt Stanton -

I see a lot of woods witticisms in American Gothic I think it was you know kind of a friendly poke at the stereotype of Midwesterners is no very staid and Protestant and straight-faced and I think he was playing with that a little bit he always just integrated things that he was passionate about

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“Grant Wood: An Insider's View”