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Grant Wood

The Art Institute of Chicago, American Gothic, Grant Wood, Continuous Tone (No Dots) Lithographic Poster, 1985

High Quality Oversize Museum Exhibition Continuous Tone (No Dots) Lithographic Poster
39 × 25 in
99.1 × 63.5 cm
This is a non-editioned multiple.
$850
Ships from Beverly Hills, CA, US
Shipping: $60 domestic, $165 rest of world
location
Beverly Hills
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About the work
David Lawrence Gallery
Beverly Hills
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This an oversize high quality poster printed for a major exhibition for this American image that …

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This an oversize high quality poster printed for a major exhibition for this American image that has defined a generation. It is printed one time only for an exhibition at the Art Institute of Chicago. Due tot he printing process it looks and feels like an original stone litho not a cheap poster. In the last few …

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Condition
Excellent condition as it was never sold or circulated, minor creases in the black area only seen in strong raking light, will frame up ok Read more
Signature
Not Signed, not signed
Certificate of authenticity
Not included
Frame
Not included
Publisher
The Art Institute of Chicago, Kerrwerks, and Black Box Collotype, Chicago
Grant Wood
American, 1891–1942
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Seminal Regionalist painter Grant Wood captured Depression Era rural America with a nostalgic, earnest honesty of expression. The Iowa painter's prolific career and diverse body of work evolved from Impressionist influences to increasingly realist portrait and landscape compositions that exhibit both flexibility and control of technique. Psychological candor and enigmatic loneliness inflect Wood’s work, which documents the convergence of modernist ideas and his Midwestern surroundings. Wood’s American Gothic (1930) is perhaps the most highly recognizable, reproduced, and referenced work of 20th century American art, and a seminal work of realist painting. Wood’s straightforward style of representation is restrained, almost flat, creating a taut surface in contrast to the underlying subtle persistence of emotion.

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About the work
David Lawrence Gallery
Beverly Hills
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This an oversize high quality poster printed for a major exhibition for this American image that …

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This an oversize high quality poster printed for a major exhibition for this American image that has defined a generation. It is printed one time only for an exhibition at the Art Institute of Chicago. Due tot he printing process it looks and feels like an original stone litho not a cheap poster. In the last few …

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Condition
Excellent condition as it was never sold or circulated, minor creases in the black area only seen in strong raking light, will frame up ok Read more
Signature
Not Signed, not signed
Certificate of authenticity
Not included
Frame
Not included
Publisher
The Art Institute of Chicago, Kerrwerks, and Black Box Collotype, Chicago
Grant Wood
American, 1891–1942
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Seminal Regionalist painter Grant Wood captured Depression Era rural America with a nostalgic, earnest honesty of expression. The Iowa painter's prolific career and diverse body of work evolved from Impressionist influences to increasingly realist portrait and landscape compositions that exhibit both flexibility and control of technique. Psychological candor and enigmatic loneliness inflect Wood’s work, which documents the convergence of modernist ideas and his Midwestern surroundings. Wood’s American Gothic (1930) is perhaps the most highly recognizable, reproduced, and referenced work of 20th century American art, and a seminal work of realist painting. Wood’s straightforward style of representation is restrained, almost flat, creating a taut surface in contrast to the underlying subtle persistence of emotion.

Grant Wood

The Art Institute of Chicago, American Gothic, Grant Wood, Continuous Tone (No Dots) Lithographic Poster, 1985

High Quality Oversize Museum Exhibition Continuous Tone (No Dots) Lithographic Poster
39 × 25 in
99.1 × 63.5 cm
This is a non-editioned multiple.
$850
Ships from Beverly Hills, CA, US
Shipping: $60 domestic, $165 rest of world
location
Beverly Hills
Locked
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