- Canvas on Board
- Image Size: 25in x 30in
- Framed Size: 30in x 35in
- Edition size 95
A humorous hand-varnished canvas on board by lovable cow artist Caroline Shotton.
This quirky piece is based on the classic ‘American Gothic’ painting by Grant Wood. The original was painted in 1930, after Grant noticed the Dibble House, a small white house built in the Carpenter Gothic architectural style, whilst driving in Iowa, America.
Caroline says: “Grant’s painting has a slightly dark feeling about it, so capturing the facial expressions without it looking miserable was quite tricky. I hope I’ve found the balance between recreating the original feel and adding a touch of humour.”
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About Caroline Shotton
Caroline Shotton Art Caroline has been painting for as long as she can remember. Living on the outskirts of London meant she benefited from being within easy reach of London galleries and open countryside, both of which were a source of immense inspiration to her. Caroline is famed for the humorous way in which she portrays cows out of context "making people smile is my aim with these pieces."
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