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by Hazel E. Brown

Grant Wood and Marvin Cone: Artists of an Era (Iowa Heritage Collection) download ebook
ISBN:
0813817773
ISBN13:
978-0813817774
Author:
Hazel E. Brown
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Iowa State Pr (March 30, 1987)
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150 pages
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Marvin Cone sought to evoke his inner vision of nature rather than to. .The artist does not set out to imitate nature.

Marvin Cone sought to evoke his inner vision of nature rather than to create a realistic depiction of the rural landscape. To Cone, nature was a vehicle for revealing certain truths. His paintings integrated his firsthand observation of nature. What would be the purpose of that? Let the camera with its clever mechanism imitate. Art, such as poetry, music, and painting, is simply a portion of the experience of the artist. World Heritage Encyclopedia is a registered trademark of the World Public Library Association, a non-profit organization.

Brown, Hazel . Grant Wood and Marvin Cone: Artists of an Era (Ames: Iowa State Univ. Included was a sketch by Wood entitled Repose-a humorous drawing of a reclining nude female figure in pretzel-like twists. Signed by the artist, it bore the promise: To be carved in Stone City Limestone. Correspondence with Jay Sigmund's son Sigmund, James . 08 3, 1982. Repose and the scrapbook are in the Sigmund family's collection. 21. Hake, Herbert . Iowa Inside Out (Ames: Iowa State Univ. Press, 1968), pp. 117–18. The paining American Gothic by Grant Wood - the woman in the picture is modeled by his sister Nan. She’s supposed to be the daughter of the farmer, not his wife. The man was modeled after the family dentist, Dr. McKeeby.

Marvin Dorwart Cone (October 21, 1891 – May 18, 1965) was an American painter in the regionalist style. He graduated from Washington High School in 1910

Marvin Dorwart Cone (October 21, 1891 – May 18, 1965) was an American painter in the regionalist style. He graduated from Washington High School in 1910. Cone attended college and traveled to Paris with his contemporary and high-school friend, Grant Wood. After his return to the United States, Cone helped to found the Stone City Art Colony. He was a professor at Coe College for more than forty years

Grant Wood's Iowa is a great combination of travel-log and art history. It shows the reader the places where Wood did his work and where is work is currently displayed.

Grant Wood's Iowa is a great combination of travel-log and art history.

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