The iconic ‘American Gothic’ painting was created in 1930 by USA artist Grant Wood and now boasts pride of place at the Art Institute of Chicago.
The canvas print depicts a farmer, standing next to a woman who is believed to be his sister, standing in front of a gothic-style house. The artist was famously quoted as saying: “The kind of people I fancied should live in that house." Grant Wood used his sister and their dentist to model for this painting, which gives the impression of being set in 19th century Americana.
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