American Art in the 1930s embraced a realizm in a similar way to New Objectivism. The economic crisis in the world in 1929 had an impact on American art and discovering the American culture became inevitable. The economical and political negativities which occurred in America caused the Bureaucrats and businessman’s to take over the small merchantman’s and liberal farmers. With the acceleration of the migration and the growth of the population, there occurred a will to recreate the areal differences which started to abolish in the field of cultural differences.Grant Wood Andrew Wyeth and Edward Hopper, whose an important member of the New American Movement, have paintings projecting the social structure of the period. Hopper transformed the economical crisis happened in 1930 and the negative conditions take place in the World War 2 to his canvas by a realist style.On the other hand, Wood depended the American living being different from Europe’s and American art, only being able to be introduced in the scenes which projects America.The other representer of the new American movement is Andrew Weiss. The artist, enlightened the period he lived by working the American Rural in his paintings.After the 1940’s, Europe lost the world leadership on Art. Europe replaced by the America. Because of the America’s economy being better than the Europe’s, most of the artists and scientist emigrated there. Scanning model was used as this research model. In the research, the necessary resources to obtain literature have been reached. By examining his paintings “Night Owls, Grand Wood, “American Gothic”, Andrew Wyeth, “The Homecoming”, the effect of economic and economic events in the second world structure on the US painting is revealed.
Great Depression, Realism, American Art, Regionals