American Regionalism


Refers to the work of 1930s U.S. artists such as Thomas Hart Benton and Grant Wood, who rejected modernism and instead depicted in idiosyncratic styles the landscape and everyday life of common people in the Midwest, from which most of the style’s proponents came.

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