6 edition of American Gothic found in the catalog.
August 1, 1999
by Blackwell Publishing Limited
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||416|
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Drop by to meet this southeastern Iowa icon, and maybe enjoy a piece of homemade pie!End date: Sep 21. In America as in Britain, the rise of the Gothic represented the other—the fearful shadows cast upon Enlightenment philosophies of common sense, democratic positivism, and optimistic futurity.
Many critics have recognized the centrality of these shadows to American culture and self-identification..Mar 06, · Exploring Wood’s oeuvre from a variety of perspectives, this book presents the artist’s work in all of its subtle complexity and eschews the idea that Wood can be categorized simply as a Regionalist painter.
Generously illustrated, Grant Wood: American Gothic and Other Fables includes several works published here for the first time.Based on a true case, this is a charred horror story of a man, a dapper man in a white suit with a waxed mustache and a blue beard — a doctor of sorts who bottled his own Electric Elixir, a womanizer of greater persuasion, and a multiple murderer who fashioned his own stockyard in the cellar of the castle he constructed at the time of the Chicago World's Fair.