32c "American Gothic" single
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- Sennett Security Products
- The Postal Service issued a Four Centuries of American Art commemorative stamp on August 27, 1998, in Santa Clara, California. The pane features twenty American paintings under a separate header. An inscription on the back of each stamp describes the painting and artist.
- The paintings include: "Portrait of Richard Mather" by John Foster; "Mrs. Elizabeth Freake and Bay Mary" by The Freake Limner; "Girl in Red Dress with Cat and Dog" by Ammi Phillips; "Rubens Peale with a Geranium" by Rembrandt Peal; "Long-billed Curlew, Numenius Longrostris" by John James Audubon; "Boatmen on the Missouri" by George Caleb Bingham; "Kindred Sprits" by Asher B. Durand; "The Westwood Children" by Joshua Johnson; "Music and Literature" by William Harnett; "The Fog Warning" by Winslow Homer; "White Cloud, Head Chief of the Iowas" by George Catlin; "Cliffs of Green River" by Thomas Moran; "The Last of the Buffalo" by Alfred Bierstadt; "Niagara" by Frederic Edwin Church; "Breakfast in Bed" by Mary Cassatt; "Nighthawks" by Edward Hopper; "American Gothic" by Grant Wood; "Two Against the White" by Charles Sheeler; "Mahoning" by Franz Kline; and "No. 12" by Mark Rothko.
- Designed by Howard Paine of Delaplane, Virginia, the stamps were printed by Sennett Security Products in the gravure process.
- Postal Bulletin (July 30, 1998).
- AMERICAN ART
- "American Gothic" by Grant Wood
- 32-cent mint single
- Issued August 27, 1998
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- Copyright United States Postal Service. All rights reserved.
- August 27, 1998
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- Postage Stamps
- paper; ink; adhesive
- 4 x 3 cm (1 9/16 x 1 3/16 in.)
- United States of America
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- Scott Catalogue USA 3236q
- National Postal Museum
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- Art & Photography
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