Back with more of those giclee on canvas-rocking compositional beats this early 2018 (as part of the acclaimed contemporary animal humour artist’s much-anticipated Spring collection), Caroline Shotton’s visually resplendent return is always a cause for celebration. And Shotton’s ‘Amoorican Gothic’ deftly explains why the best-selling fine artist is held in such esteem. Lending heavily from Grant Wood’s iconic ‘American Gothic’ painting (which famously depicts a typical house of the 19th Century period, framed by what Wood cites were “The kind of people I fancied should live in that house”), Shotton has loosely interpreted the homeowners to be, well, even more agricultural here and now; in this 25” x 30”, individually-signed limited edition piece. Courtesy of Shotton’s beloved bovine leads prominently featuring in this whimsically uplifting re-creation of Woods’ original study. Get in touch today for more details.