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Grant Wood

United States (1891 -  1942 ) Wikipedia® : Grant Wood
WOOD Grant Landscape

Barridoff Galleries
Jun 22, 2019
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Grant Wood - Arbor Day

Grant Wood - Arbor Day

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Lot number: 60
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NYGS Lithograph on paper. Entitled, "Arbor Day" by Grant Wood, Collection of Edwin Hewitt. 1937 National Committee for Art Appreciation, Ltd., One Montgomery Street, Jersey City, NJ. 28 x 33.5 cm (11 x 13.25 in)Condition All lots that do not carry established documented provenance nor any past record of auction history record are described in the catalog as attributed . All authorship of items in this catalog are described according to the following terms: Signed [Artist Name] : In cases in which the signature is legible in the lot, this work is described as-is with no attributions given. By [Artist Name] : The work is by the artist. Attributed to [Artist Name] : The work may be ascribed to the artist on the basis of style, but there may be some question as to actual authorship. In the manner of [Artist Name] : The work was executed by an unknown hand, but was designed deliberately to emulate the style of the artist. After [Artist Name] : The work was executed by an unknown hand, but is a deliberate copy of a known work by the artist. Circle of [Artist Name] : A work of the period of the artist showing his influence, closely associated with the artist but not necessarily his pupil. Follower of [Artist Name]: A work by a pupil or a follower of the artist (not necessarily a pupil). American, 19th century : This work was executed by an unknown hand, and can only be identified by origin (i.e., region, period).
Grant Wood - Landscape

Grant Wood - Landscape

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Lot number: 25
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Grant Wood Am. 1891- 1942 Landscape, Charcoal and Pastel on Paper, Framed Under Glass Signed l.r, Inscription on verso l. r appears to read "Mabel B. White, 52 E Court" 13.5" x 19.5" Sight, 26" x 32" Framed Provenance: Private Collection Western Massachusetts. **Although the work appears to be a period piece, due to gaps in provenance the work is now being offered as attributed to.ConditionGood condition. Good appearance. Recent re-matting. Minor losses along frame edges.
Grant Wood - Two Works. 'tame Flowers' And 'vegetables'

Grant Wood - Two Works. 'tame Flowers' And 'vegetables'

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Lot number: 2196107
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Grant Wood (American, 1891-1942) Two Works. 'Tame Flowers' and 'Vegetables', both hand-colored lithographs dated to 1938; the first pencil signed lower right, the second unsigned, editions of 250, unframed. Ref: Czestochowski W9 and W10 Larger: 6.75" x 10"Condition'Tame Flowers' - the sheet measures 10 1/2" x 14 1/8", with a mat burn and numerous stains front and back. 'Vegetables' - the sheet measures 9 5/8" x 12 1/4", with a mat burn, unsigned *In all cases, prospective buyers are responsible for determining the physical condition of lots, as there are no returns based on condition. The printed conditions in the catalog entry are based on opinion only and are provided for guidance only, without legal obligation. The absence of condition reports in the catalog entry does not indicate that the item is in perfect condition. **Susanin's does not perform any shipping or packing services. It is suggested that a quote is requested from a third party shipping company prior to the day of the auction. Please contact us for a complete list of recommended shippers.
Grant Wood - Portrait Of Mrs. Donald Macmurray

Grant Wood - Portrait Of Mrs. Donald Macmurray

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Lot number: 24
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PORTRAIT OF MRS. DONALD MACMURRAY Grant Wood 1891 - 1942 signed GRANT/WOODand dated 1933 (lower right) oil on Masonite 24 by 21 inches (61 by 53.3 cm) This painting will be included in Joseph S. Czestochowski's forthcoming catalogue raisonné of the artist's work by International Arts® at www.catrais.org. We wish to thank him for his assistance cataloguing this lot. Provenance Donald Mac Murray, Chicago, Illinois (the sitter's husband, commissioned from the artist) Mildred Klein (the sitter, by descent) Sherman Sexton, 1950(her later husband) William and Margo Sexton (by descent) By descent in the family (possibly) [With]R.H. Love Galleries, Inc., Chicago, Illinois Acquired by the present owner from the above,circa1990 Exhibited Chicago, Illinois, The Lakeside Press Galleries; New York,Ferargil Galleries,Catalogue of a Loan Exhibition of Drawings and Paintings by Grant Wood, February-April 1935, no. 47, p. 28 Literature Darrell Garwood,Artist in Iowa: A Life of Grant Wood, New York, 1944, pp. 211-12, 253 Nan Wood Graham, Photographs of Grant Wood Paintings Compiled by Nan Wood Graham, 1968, unpublished scrapbooks, vol. 15, p. 64, illustrated Joseph S. Czestochowski, Marvin D. Cone and Grant Wood: An American Tradition, Cedar Rapids, Iowa, 1990, p. 197 Nan Wood Graham, My Brother, Grant Wood, Maryville, Missouri, 1993, p. 94 Catalogue Note We aregrateful to Joseph S. Czestochowski for preparing the following essay: Throughout his life, Grant Wood was keenly interested in portraiture, from his own self-portraits paintedbetween1917 and the late 1930s, to those of close friends, periodic commissions and those simply of artistic interest to him. Portrait of Mrs. Donald Mac Murray is a wonderful example of Wood\’s noted efforts in this genre, which included, among others:Portrait of John B. Turner, 1928-30 (Cedar Rapids Museum of Art, Iowa), his mother in Woman with Plants, 1929 (Cedar Rapids Museum of Art),Portrait of Francis Fiske Marshall, 1929 (Cedar Rapids Museum of Art),Portrait of Mary Van Vechten and Susan Angevine Schaffer, 1930; Portrait of Nan, 1931 (Private collection),The American Golfer, 1940 (Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, Bentonville, Arkansas), and of course, his iconic portraits in American Gothic(Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois) of his sister Nan Wood Graham and their dentist Byron Mc Keeby. The artist was likely familiar with Mrs. Mac Murray through his relationship to Sara Sherman Maxon, of Michigan City, Indiana, who was the former head of the School of Fine Arts there, and very active in regional theater and music circles. Wood and Sara Maxon were married from 1935 to 1939. Mrs. Mac Murray was an avid art collector, active in Chicago symphony and cultural circles. Despite her wealth, Wood portrayed her in a humble dress with no jewelry in a rural setting, but he clearly delighted in the contrast of patterns in her clothing. Clearly evidenced in this patterning is Wood's technique of applying glazes in select areas before carving into them with a knife. Perhaps as a further acknowledgement of the hard times during the Great Depression she holds a very commonplace fern flower with its myriad meanings of hope, good luck, happiness, humility, sincerity, and confidence, among others, and perhaps indicating the sitter's keen interest in gardening. In any case, it was an important reflection of the Victorian culture, the concurrent mania for ferns and the social history of a time that was passing in the early twentieth century.
Grant Wood -  Two Still Lifes: Tame Flowers

Grant Wood - Two Still Lifes: Tame Flowers

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Lot number: 49
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Description: Grant Wood (American, 1891-1942) Two Still Lifes: Tame Flowers and Wild Flowers, 1938, editions of 250, published by Associated American Artists, New York (Czestochowski, W9 & W11). Both signed "Grant Wood" in pencil l.r. and identified on a label from AAA affixed to the backing paper. Lithographs with hand-coloring on paper, image sizes approximately 6 3/4 x 10 in. (17.0 x 25.4 cm), framed. Condition: Gentle toning (slightly more so to Wild Flowers, also with gentle fading), not examined out of frames. N.B. Grant Wood mapped out the coloring for these works, but it was executed by his sister Nan (the model for the wife in American Gothic) and Nan's husband Edward Graham. EstimateItems may have wear and tear, imperfections, or the effects of aging. Any condition statement given, as a courtesy to a client, is only an opinion and should not be treated as a statement of fact. Skinner shall have no responsibility for any error or omission.
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