Artist who painted the American gothic?
A man named Grant Wood painted the American Gothic in 1930.
The artist who painted American Gothic is GRANT WOOD. He was from Iowa and there are many other examples of his work all around the country. The original, actual American Gothic canvas now resides in a museum in Chicago. Grant Wood painted American Gothic in 1930.
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.
"American Gothic" was painted in 1930.
No, "American Gothic" was painted in oil on beaverboard.
Grant Wood painted "American Gothic" in 1930.
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Grant Wood painted the "American Gothic" (aka - pitchfork painting as you call it) -Altizzi
'American Gothic'. By the way: paintings are painted, drawings are drawn.
Probably the most famous painting of a couple with a pitchfork is American Gothic by Grant Wood
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.
It is a painting painted by a American artist Frederick Remington in 1908.
Georgia O'Keeffe did.
Pretty Eyes - Artist Tom McKinney
He is an American artist of the late 19th and early 20th centuries who specialized in still life subjects painted in oil.
Grant Wood is an artist and painter who was born in 1891. He is most famous for his painting titled American Gothic.
Grand Wood painted on canvas using mostly oils and acrylics. He is famous for painting "American Gothic", a painting of a farmer and his wife outside their farmhouse. He painted scenes of rural America.
Henry O. Tanner.
It's called American Gothic. By Grant Woods. Your welcome. -Andy (I'm a girl!)
Michelangelo is the artist who painted the Sistine Chapel in Rome. Michelangelo painted the ceiling, not the roof which is on the outside of the building.
"American Gothic" is owned by the Art Institute of Chicago.
it was painted by Edvard Munch
Rembrandt painted it.
he wasnt painted he was an artist
The address of the American Gothic House Center is: 300 American Gothic St, Eldon, IA 52554
yes he is the artist who painted horses throughout his life
What Latin artist painted images of positive Mexican American activities with the hope of diminishing racism and bias?
carmen lomas garcia
The duration of American Gothic - film - is 1.48 hours.
Which contemporary Latin artist painted images of positive Mexican American activities with the hope of diminishing racism and bias?
Carmen Lomas Garza
Leonardo da Vinci is the artist who painted the works above.
It was painted by Raphael in the Vatican.
Michelangelo painted the Sistine Chapel.
The answer is American Gothic. Horse Isle Answer: American Gothic
The duration of American Gothic - TV series - is 2700.0 seconds.
American Gothic - film - was created in 1988-05.
Yes. Vien painted "The Selling of Cupids" in 1763.
No one painted JW Waterhouse. John William (JW) Waterhouse is a famous artist who painted many paintings. He was an English artist who lived from 1849 until 1917.
the artist is signs paintings howard kimble, he also painted primavera a piedi and American large rivers and bridges
Which contemporary Latin artist painted images of positive Mexican-American activities with the hope of diminishing racism and bias?
Carmen Lomas Garza
I believe this artist was Adelaide Perry
American Gothic - album - was created on 1972-07-04.
the creation of highly decorative and detailed work !:))apex
late gothic with a nod to renaissance art
Raphael was an Italian artist who painted the Alba Madonna.
Answer He was an artist, born in Iowa. Here is a link with information and pictures of his art: http://www.crma.org/collection/wood/wood.htm he make American Gothic and he had short term memory loss.
Making Apple Butter, oil on canvas by Grandma Moses, 1958; in The Art Institute of Chicago.