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Grant Wood: An American Master Revealed

Grant Wood: An American Master Revealed

Grant Wood: An American Master Revealed. Brady M. Roberts, James M. Dennis, James S. Horns, and Helen Mar Parkin. Illustrated; 108 pages; paperback. Davenport Art Museum in conjunction with Pomegranate Artbooks, 1995.


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A fresh look at Grant Wood and his relation to modernism, the stylistic innovations and experimental approaches to subject matter developed by European and American artists between 1880 and 1925. Provides the most detailed account available of the artist's working methods, with the first systematic technical analysis ever to be undertaken, prepared by conservation experts across the country. Fully illustrated with color and black and white reproductions along with black and white photographs.

 

Published in conjunction the mid-1990s exhibition of the same title, organized by the Davenport Museum of Art on view at Joslyn Art Museum, among other venues. The cover features Wood's Stone City, Iowa, from Joslyn's permanent collection.

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