About Grant Wood’s American Gothic
Interested in this American Gothic print?
Grant Wood created this amazing work of art in 1930. This was right before the Great Depression.
The work depicts a farmer and his daughter standing in front of a rural Iowa farmhouse.
The work’s name is from the style of architecture used in building the house. The Gothic architecture style is from the middle ages in Europe. The type of style used to design some of Europe’s most famous cathedrals.
The house in the work has such characteristics, like the window and structure of the house. Of course, with a rural Americana style.
Today you can find this work at the Art Institute of Chicago.
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About The American Gothic Print
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About The Artist
Grant Wood was an American artist who was alive from 1891-1942. His most famous works depict rural midwest America. Woods trained extensively in Europe and worked as a teacher of a one-room schoolhouse and later as an art teacher at the University of Iowa.