Grant Wood Paintings

Grant DeVolson Wood was born February 13, 1891 in Iowa. He grew up on a farm in an Iowan small town. As an artist, Wood became famous for capturing the inspirational and unique essences that depicted the rural American Midwest. His American Gothic has become iconic of 20th century America.

Paintings by Grant Wood in Chronological Order

The Little Chapel Chancelade, 1926 Woman with Plants, 1929 John B. Turner, Pioneer, 1929
Stone City, Iowa, 1930 American Gothic, 1930 Arnold Comes of Age, 1930
Victorian Survival, 1931 Appraisal, 1931 The Midnight Ride of Paul Revere, 1931
Fall Plowing, 1931 The Birthplace of Herbert Hoover, 1931 Plaid Sweater, 1931
Young Corn, 1931 Daughters of Revolution, 1932 Self-Portrait, 1932
Arbor Day, 1932 Portrait of Nan, 1933 Near Sundown, 1933
Adolescence, 1933 Dinner for Threshers, 1934 Death on Ridge Road, 1935
Return from Bohemia, 1935 Spring Turning, 1936 Seed Time and Harvest, 1937
New Road, 1939 Parson Weems’ Fable, 1939 Haying, 1939
January, 1940 Iowa Cornfield, 1941