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Grant Wood: American Gothic  wikidata:Q464782 
Artist
Grant Wood: American Gothic
Title
English: American Gothic
Object type painting
Description
English: This is a digitized image of the original painting American Gothic that Grant Wood, a master artist of the twentieth century, created in 1930 and sold to the Art Institute of Chicago in November of the same year.
Date 1930
Medium oil on beaver board
Dimensions Height: 78 cm (30.7 in); Width: 65.3 cm (25.7 in)
dimensions QS:P2048,78U174728;P2049,65.3U174728
Gallery 263
Accession number
1930.934
Credit line Friends of American Art Collection
Inscriptions Signed and dated lower right on overalls: GRANT / WOOD / 1930
References description of the artwork
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Source/Photographer From The Art Institute of Chicago Museum
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English: Digitized images of the original painting American Gothic that Grant DeVolson Wood, created in 1930 and sold to the Art Institute of Chicago in November of the same year

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