Grant Wood: American Gothic and Other Fables

American Gothic is perhaps the most recognizable painting in 20th C. American art and certainly Grant Wood's most famous art work. This exhibit brings together the full range of his art, with his early Arts and Crafts decorative objects, Impressionist oils, paintings and more.
, 'American Gothic,' 1930, Whitney Museum of American Art

Grant Wood

American Gothic, 1930

Whitney Museum of American Art

On loan

, 'Daughters of Revolution,' 1932, Whitney Museum of American Art

Grant Wood

Daughters of Revolution, 1932

Whitney Museum of American Art

On loan

, 'Saturday Night Bath,' 1937, Whitney Museum of American Art

Grant Wood

Saturday Night Bath, 1937

Whitney Museum of American Art

On loan

, 'Boy Milking Cow,' 1932, Whitney Museum of American Art

Grant Wood

Boy Milking Cow, 1932

Whitney Museum of American Art

On loan

, 'The Midnight Ride of Paul Revere,' 1931, Whitney Museum of American Art

Grant Wood

The Midnight Ride of Paul Revere, 1931

Whitney Museum of American Art

On loan

, 'Spring in Town,' 1941, Whitney Museum of American Art

Grant Wood

Spring in Town, 1941

Whitney Museum of American Art

On loan

, 'Corn Cob Chandelier for Iowa Corn Room,' 1925, Whitney Museum of American Art

Grant Wood

Corn Cob Chandelier for Iowa Corn Room, 1925

Whitney Museum of American Art

On loan

, 'Parson Weems’ Fable,' 1939, Whitney Museum of American Art

Grant Wood

Parson Weems’ Fable, 1939

Whitney Museum of American Art

On loan

, 'Spring Turning,' 1936, Whitney Museum of American Art

Grant Wood

Spring Turning, 1936

Whitney Museum of American Art

On loan