American Scene Painting

American Scene Painting

American Scene Painting refers to a realist style of painting that emerged in the United States in the 1920s and reached its peak in the 1930s. It became famous for its depiction of everyday life in America, often capturing rural and urban landscapes, small-town scenes, and regional traditions. This style gained popularity during the Great Depression, as it focused on ordinary people and everyday activities, reflecting the social and economic conditions of that era.

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SOMETHING in the style of American Scene Painting

See also

Grant WoodThomas Hart BentonEdward HopperAshcan SchoolRegionalism