Grant Wood Studio

810 2nd Avenue SE, Cedar Rapids, IA 52401


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The The Cedar Rapids Museum of Art was given the original studio in 2002 and has been working on restoring the building since. American Regionalist artist Grant Wood (1891-1942) lived and worked in the 5 Turner Alley Studio between 1924 and 1935, and it was in this studio that he painted one of the world’s most famous works of art, American Gothic. The Grant Wood Studio and Visitor Center at 5 Turner Alley is located at 810 Second Avenue SE, just four blocks from the Museum.

The Cedar Rapids Museum of Art holds the world's largest collection of works by Grant Wood, with a selection of these works on display.