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This familiar image was exhibited publicly for the first time at the Art Institute of Chicago, winning a three-hundred-dollar prize and instant fame for Grant Wood. The impetus for the painting came while Wood was visiting the small town of Eldon in his native Iowa. There he spotted a little wood farmhouse, with a single oversized window, made in a style called Carpenter Gothic. "I imagined American Gothic people with their faces stretched out long to go with this American Gothic house," he said. He used his sister and his dentist as models for a farmer and his daughter, dressing them as if they were "tintypes from my old family album."

Art By Grant Wood
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American Gothic Poster
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American Gothic Art Print
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American Gothic Art Print
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American Gothic Art Print
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American Gothic Canvas Print
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American Gothic Canvas Framed Print
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American Gothic Canvas Print
Rolled • 15x18 inches
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American Gothic Canvas Print
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American Gothic Canvas Print
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American Gothic Canvas Framed Print
Framed • 15x18 inches
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American Gothic Canvas Print
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American Gothic Canvas Print
Wrapped • 20x24 inches
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American Gothic Canvas Framed Print
Framed • 20x24 inches
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American Gothic Canvas Print
Wrapped • 25x30 inches
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American Gothic Canvas Framed Print
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American Gothic Framed Print
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American Gothic Framed Print
Framed with Mat • 15x18 inches
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American Gothic Framed Print
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American Gothic Poster
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American Gothic Poster
Framed • Life Size 24x29 inches
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American Gothic Large Canvas Print
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American Gothic Large Canvas Print
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American Gothic Large Canvas Print
Wrapped • 30x36 inches
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American Gothic Large Canvas Print
Rolled • 48x58 inches
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American Gothic Large Framed Print
Framed With Mat • 30x36 inches
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American Gothic Large Canvas Print
Wrapped • 36x44 inches
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American Gothic Large Framed Print
Framed With Mat • 36x44 inches
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American Gothic Large Canvas Print
Wrapped • 42x51 inches
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American Gothic Large Framed Print
Framed With Mat • 48x58 inches

This familiar image was exhibited publicly for the first time at the Art Institute of Chicago, winning a three-hundred-dollar prize and instant fame for Grant Wood. The impetus for the painting came while Wood was visiting the small town of Eldon in his native Iowa. There he spotted a little wood farmhouse, with a single oversized window, made in a style called Carpenter Gothic. "I imagined American Gothic people with their faces stretched out long to go with this American Gothic house," he said. He used his sister and his dentist as models for a farmer and his daughter, dressing them as if they were "tintypes from my old family album."

Grant DeVolson Wood was an American painter born four miles east of Anamosa, Iowa. He is best known for his paintings depicting the rural American Midwest, particularly American Gothic, an iconic painting of the 20th century.

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