Lately, it may seem the Keep Calm poster is the most common artwork in people's homes. But there's one other piece we've spotted so often, across many ages, locations, and eras...
It's called Grace, and was created by artist Eric Enstrom, a photographer from Minnesota, in 1918. Read much more about the art and the man right here.
Said Enstrom, "I wanted to make people conscious of the things they had instead of the things which they had to do without".
Have you, like us, spotted this artwork in homes all over the place? If not, what work do you find to be most common throughout the people's homes you've visited?