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  • American masters such as Grant Wood, Jackson Pollock, Dale Chihuly, and George Segal are also represented.

    Art Knowledge News

  • If this were a painting, it would be Norman Rockwell or Grant Wood, and it bears distant allusions to Americana, like Aaron Copland's rodeos and Appalachian springs.

    Music With All the Fixings

  • As he matured, his early landscapes and figurative works, often of men at work with machinery, segued through surrealism and into abstraction, with traces first of Thomas Hart Benton and Grant Wood, perhaps, and of Paul Cézanne, Pablo Picasso and Max Ernst.

    Still's Stalwart

  • The foreign and the familiar within the reach and context of the American dollar, for Wagner, include not only the Statue of Liberty, but also a portrait of Fed chairman Ben Bernanke, a recreation of "American Gothic" by Grant Wood and various mixed-media collaborations that hit on the necktie, real estate development and the American worker.

    Adrian Margaret Brune: The New Moneyed Art

  • Grant Wood is best known today for the quintessentially American portrait "American Gothic."

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  • Find out why they include: 1. Michelangelo 2. Women on Top 3. Matisse and meitosis 4. Millennium Park 5. The Temple of Heaven in Beijing 6. Frank Gehry 7. Shakespeare's Coriolanus 8. Grant Wood 9. Frank Lloyd Wright

    Edward Lifson: Top Ten Reasons to Save Prentice Hospital

  • Ms. Lyon raised the stakes by recreating famous art in her favorite medium, including Grant Wood's "American Gothic" and Norman Rockwell's "The County Agent."

    Cow Sculptor Buttered Fingers

  • As part of Mr. Marchionne's chess-playing, the second-generation Chrysler 300—a full-size, rear- or all-wheel-drive, V6- or V8-powered sedan, an American Gothic like Grant Wood never painted—is being rebadged as a Lancia Thema and sold in Europe as an executive saloon.

    Chrysler's Global Melange Yields True Luxury

  • So says Grant Wood, a brewer with the Boston Beer Co.

    Craft Beer Brewers Turn to American History for Inspiration

  • Chicago already played host to another oversize work created by Mr. Johnson: a 25-foot rendering of Grant Wood's—wait for it— i conic "American Gothic."

    Simpsons Syndrome: Overused Cultural Icons Trigger a Gag Reflex

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