Order Art Reproductions American Gothic, 1930 by Grant Wood (1891-1942, United States)

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The frame is made of high-quality plastic (PS) and has a rich dark shade of 5.5 cm wide and 3.5 cm thick. The classic design and majestic appearance of this elegant frame is accentuated by the delicate beaded interior detail, making it a suitable choice for a variety of art styles. especially from the Renaissance to the Baroque period. It pairs exceptionally well with artwork that has deep, warm tones or gold accents, giving a sophisticated, polished edge to both traditional and contemporary artwork.
The frame is made of high-quality plastic (PS) and has a rich dark shade of 5.5 cm wide and 3.5 cm thick. The classic design and majestic appearance of this elegant frame is accentuated by the delicate beaded interior detail, making it a suitable choice for a variety of art styles. especially from the Renaissance to the Baroque period. It pairs exceptionally well with artwork that has deep, warm tones or gold accents, giving a sophisticated, polished edge to both traditional and contemporary artwork.

Total: 918 USD

Discover the Iconic Painting of American Rural Life

American Gothic, a masterpiece by renowned artist Grant Wood, is an iconic painting that embodies the spirit of rural America during the early 20th century. This captivating artwork, which can be found in the esteemed Art Institute of Chicago (Chicago, United States), has become a symbol of American culture and heritage.

A Tribute to Regionalism

Created in 1930, American Gothic is an exemplary piece of the Regionalism art movement, which emerged as a response to the Great Depression. This American realist modern art movement focuses on realistic scenes of rural and small-town America, primarily in the Midwest. Wood's inspiration for this painting came from what is now known as the American Gothic House in Eldon, Iowa, along with his vision of "the kind of people [he] fancied should live in that house."

Meet the Characters

The painting features a farmer standing beside his spinster daughter. Wood modeled these figures after his sister and their dentist. The woman is dressed in a colonial print apron, evoking 19th-century Americana, while the man wears overalls and holds a pitchfork, symbolizing hard work and dedication to the land.

A National Icon

Since its creation, American Gothic has become one of the most familiar images in 20th-century American art. The painting has been reproduced and parodied countless times, appearing in various forms of media and popular culture. It serves as a reminder of the enduring strength and resilience of rural America and its people.

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