"Thanks to art, instead of seeing a single world, our own, we see it multiply until we have before us as many worlds as there are original artists."
Real nice! Haven't seen that one, and would not have guessed it was a Grant Wood.
Dearie, dearie, me. I grew up with that print. My parents had purchased it in the 1940's (?), and it hung on the wall of our living room for decades. I think my brother got it when the estate was broken up.Seeing that image is like biting into Proust's madeleine...Like brian, I might not have guessed that was Grant Wood, but the angular forms, sort of a collision between cubism and Art Deco, do seem characteristic of him.
wood is hard.
Looks like Wood to me - the soft way forms are simplified.I always love the way snow scenes often look warm - such a funny contradiction, but wonderful. Like cocoa with little marshmellows in it!
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