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  • Joseth Moore

    Star Wars Gothic. / **awesomeness! from Grant Wood's "American Gothic": http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/American_Gothic

  • Learn(Create)Art

    Grant Wood; American, 1891-1942, American Gothic (Art Institute of Chicago)

  • Karen Johnson

    Grant Wood. Art Institute of Chicago American, 1891-1942, American Gothic (For my family: Uncle Bill. Aunt Lena.)

  • Renee Morrison

    Marking the list as another iconic piece in American art, American Gothic, painted by Grant Wood in 1930 is a dry depiction of a farmer and his Plain-Jane daughter - The Great Depression personified.

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