Couple kissing with surgical masks to prevent infection during a flu epidemic, 1937.
The models for Grant Wood’s AMERICAN GOTHIC (1930): Wood’s sister, Nan Wood Graham and their dentist Dr. Byron McKeeby.
Apparently the painting depicts a farmer and his DAUGHTER—not his wife. That was news to me, I’ll tell you that honestly.
American Gothic sounds like one of those Netflix shows I don’t watch.
Sergei Eisenstein’s ¡QUE VIVA MÉXICO! Shot in the 1930s, but only released in 1979.
sul mare della Liguria
Herbert List, 1936
The San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge, 1935, L. A. Sanchez