Friday, June 23, 2006

The Renwick Gallery is featuring an exhibition "Grant Wood's Studio: Birthplace of 'American Gothic'" through July 16. Wood is most famous for his painting "American Gothic," which inspires the cheap knock-off shown above. The real thing was on display at the Renwick, until it was returned to The Art Institute of Chicago (which rarely lends it out) on June 11.


Der Tommissar said...

I'm still waiting for people to say that the American fiddleback is more aesthetically pleasing.

David L Alexander said...

Unless you write it yourself, it might be a long wait. I promise to link to it, so you'd better get crackin.'