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GRANDMA MOSES

Anna Mary Robertson Moses (September 7, 1860 – December 13, 1961), better known as "Grandma Moses", was a renowned American folk artist. She is often cited as an example of an individual successfully beginning a career in the arts at an advanced age. Her family and friends called her either "Mother Moses" or "Grandma Moses", and although she first exhibited as "Mrs. Moses", the press eagerly dubbed her "Grandma Moses", which stuck.

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Style "Naïve Art (Primitivism)" - WikiPaintings.org Catching the Turkey

Checkered House

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Grandma Moses, The Oaks © Grandma Moses Properties Co., New York 1956

Grandma Moses, Cambridge and Valley © Grandma Moses Properties Co., New York

Grandma Moses, Logging

Grandma Moses, Thomas Moses, Norfolk, Conn © Grandma Moses Properties Co., New York

Grandma Moses, The Old Bridge in the Valley © Grandma Moses Properties, Co.

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Grandma Moses, March 3, © Grandma Moses Properties Co., New York. Kallir 179b

Grandma Moses, When Leaves Turn © Grandma Moses Properties Co., New York

Grandma Moses, Over the River to Grandma's House on Thanksgiving Day © Grandma Moses Properties Co., New York

Grandma Moses, All is Still © Grandma Moses Properties Co., New York

Grandma Moses, Old Covered Bridge, Woodstock © Grandma Moses Properties Co., New York

Grandma Moses, Old House © Grandma Moses Properties Co., New York

Grandma Moses, Hurricane in Hoosick Falls © Grandma Moses Properties Co., New York

Grandma Moses, February © Grandma Moses Properties Co., New York

Grandma Moses, We Have a Turkey © Grandma Moses Properties Co., New York

1969 U.S. postage stamp honoring Grandma Moses

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