However, images of undomesticated goats are generally rougher in depiction, while still being representational in execution. These natural art images, such as 'Rocky Mountain Goat' by John Woodhouse Audubon and 'Johnson's Goats' by Henry J. Johnson, while being highly detailed, aren't as complex as domesticated goat pictures. Whether this stylistic difference is due to the reclusive nature of wild goats, a decrease in number, or some other reason is unknown, however.
Goat art is often used in farm prints to highlight the theme of the room. These works are often combined with other farm animal images or rustic decorations in order to give a sense of homely, old-fashioned comfort to an area. These works are often seen in professional areas which cater to consumers that would be familiar with this form of farm print. Likewise, goat art is often used in households, though it's more common to see farm animal images in kitchens, living rooms, and dens than bedrooms or other intimate areas.