More information about the life and legacy of Grant Wood is available.
Cedar Rapids Museum of Art and Grant Wood Studio
Learn more about Grant Wood and see his work on display right at the Cedar Rapids Museum of Art. The Museum houses the world’s largest collection of Wood’s works and a selection of these works are on display
Next, take a trip to the original studio where Grant Wood lived and worked from 1924 to 1935, painting some of his most famous works, including American Gothic. Then, travel Iowa’s Grant Wood Trail by visiting different locations throughout Iowa to see some of his works of art and to learn more about his life and times.
In 1981, the University of Iowa Audiovisual Center Motion Picture Unit with support from the University of Iowa Foundation, The Iowa Humanities Board, and the National Endowment for the Humanities produced a Grant Wood documentary: 'Door in Turner Alley'.
Figge Art Museum
The Iowa Digital Library Figge Art Museum Grant Wood Digital Collection includes the scrapbooks, albums, and other materials gifted to the Museum by Grant Wood’s sister, Nan Wood Graham, in 1964.
American Gothic House Center
Located in Eldon, Iowa, visitors can view the exterior of the house that inspired Grant Wood to paint American Gothic, one of the most recognized paintings in the world.
Stone City Art Colony
A website dedicated to the group of artists who were The Stone City Art Colony and School.
Grant Wood Art Gallery
Located in Grant Wood’s boyhood hometown, Anamosa, Iowa, the Gallery offers a comprehensive collect of Grant Wood prints, books, and memorabilia.