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The Man Who Made American Gothic

Arnold Comes of Age (Portrait of Arnold Pyle), 1930

Plain Sweater, 1931

January, 1940-41

Fertility, 1939

Ornamental Decoration, 1930 40 more words


A Trip to the Whitney

My family and I took a quick break in New York City in the first week of 2018 and arrived just in time for a major snowstorm, after driving through hours of snow squalls on our way from Ottawa. 418 more words

Research & Reflection

A discussion on Elsie Driggs's Pittsburgh

Elsie Driggs’s ‘Pittsburgh’ is one of my ‘favourite paintings I want to see one day’ as you’ll know from this post:

Let’s hear it for the girls 1: Elsie Driggs… 14 more words

The Art of Protest

Confederate prisoners being conducted from Jonesborough to Atlanta, Kara Walker

Exodus of confederates from Atlanta, Kara Walker

The Non-War Memorial, Edward Kienholz

The Non-War Memorial, Edward Kienholz 20 more words

Zoe Leonard: Survey at Whitney Museum of American Art, March 2 - June 10, 2018

“Over the past three decades, Zoe Leonard (b. 1961) has produced work in photography, sculpture, and installation that is significant for its lyrical observations of daily life, as well as for its rigorous attention to the politics and conditions of image-making and display. 561 more words


Grant Wood: American Gothic and Other Fables at Whitney Museum of American Art, March 2 - June 10, 2018

“Grant Wood (1891–1942) became an overnight celebrity following the debut of American Gothic, his now-iconic portrait of a Midwestern farm couple, at the Art Institute of Chicago in 1930. 682 more words