American scene painting refers to a naturalist style of painting and other works of art of the 1920s through the 1950s in the United States. American scene painting is also known as Regionalism. After World War I many American artists rejected the modern trends emanating from the Armory Show and European influences such as those from the School of Paris. Instead they chose to adopt academic realism in depicting American urban and rural scenes. Much of American scene painting conveys a sense of nationalism and romanticism in depictions of everyday American life.

 Title  MSRP  Year
$450.00 1940
$450.00 1935
$380.00 1941
$7,500.00 1964