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May 23, 2021

[Answer] Which native Iowan painter created “American Gothic”?

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...One of America’s most famous paintings, “American Gothic” was inspired by a real town in rural Eldon, Iowa. During Wood’s visit, he noticed a small wooden farmhouse and was instantly inspired to paint it. The duo in the painting was modeled after his sister and his dentist, but they are meant to represent a farmer and his daughter. Wood was inspired by the rigid and formal style of Flemish Renaissance art, which he united with a satirical look at American Midwestern culture.

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Grant Wood:

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