American gothic is painted in acrylics?
No, "American Gothic" was painted in oil on beaverboard.
American Gothic was painted by Grant Wood. Wood painted what is now known as the American Gothic House, with the couple in the painting being what he imagined the people living in the house would look like. The man and woman in the painting is a father and daughter. American Gothic is familiar as advertisement for General Mills' Country Corn Flakes.
The inspiration for "American Gothic" was a small white house located in Eldon, Iowa. Grant Wood discovered this house in August 1930. While visiting Eldon, he drew a sketch of the house and of his idea for the painting. However, the actual painting of "American Gothic" was completed in his studio at 5 Turner Alley in Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
No, the gerund 'paintings' is a common noun, a general word for any paintings of any kind. A proper noun is the name or title of a specific person, place, or thing. A proper noun for the common noun 'paintings' is the name of the paintings; for example: "Mona Lisa" painted by Leonardo da Vinci "Spring Morning in the Han Palace" painted by Qiu Ying "American Gothic" painted by Grant Wood
How did Grant Wood incorporate a characteristic of Regionalism in American Gothic? One of these: Wood recorded poignant imagery of the struggles during the Great Depression. Wood painted bold, expressive images that mirrored European abstraction. Wood depicted idealized imagery that promoted prowar propaganda. Wood created clearly readable compositions that idealized midwestern virtues. What is the CORRECT one? K12 Services