Grant Wood (American, 1891–1942)
American Gothic, 1930
One of the most parodied works of all time, American Gothic has become a touchstone of pop culture. The iconic painting of a farmer and his daughter is Grant Wood’s best-known work and one of the premier examples of the regionalist movement, in which artists often depicted how rural Americans lived as a result of the Great Depression. Wood’s meticulous artistry and muted colors are reproduced with exquisite detail in this 1,000-piece jigsaw puzzle. Published with the Art Institute of Chicago.
Completed puzzle: 20 x 25 inches
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