We’re in the early days of American Gothic painting.
In the past few years, we’ve seen many new approaches being explored.
One is to make a ghostly version of an old American painting.
We’ve seen this technique in the works of artists like Mark Zukerman, whose “A Ghost Story” is an amalgam of American painterly styles, such as the rustic rustic landscape and Gothic style.
It’s also been popular in artists like Paul Gauguin, whose works explore themes of alienation, isolation and despair.