Regionalism is an American art movement that emerged in the 1930s during the Great Depression. It gained popularity as a reaction against European modernism and cosmopolitanism. Regionalism focused on depicting scenes of everyday life in rural America, often depicting the harsh realities of agrarian life. The movement aimed to capture the unique character and spirit of different regions in the United States, particularly the Midwest. It became famous for its nostalgic and representational style, emphasizing local traditions, customs, and landscapes.

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SOMETHING in the style of Regionalism

See also

Grant WoodThomas Hart BentonJohn Steuart CurryAmerican Scene Painting