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Photo of Norman Rockwell and Grandma Moses, circa 1949. Photographer Unknown. Norman Rockwell Museum Digital Collection. ©Norman Rockwell Family Agency. All rights reserved.

Photo of Norman Rockwell and Grandma Moses, circa 1949. Photographer Unknown. Norman Rockwell Museum Digital Collection. ©Norman Rockwell Family Agency. All rights reserved.

You're never too old to become an artist (photo is of Grandma Moses, who began painting in her 70s and lived to be 101)

You're never too old to become an artist (photo is of Grandma Moses, who began painting in her 70s and lived to be 101)

10 Artists Who Held Boring Day Jobs For Most of Their Lives - Grandma Moses

10 Artists Who Held Boring Day Jobs For Most of Their Lives

"Anyone can paint. You can paint that floor can't you? You just have to get to it" ― Grandma Moses

"Anyone can paint. You can paint that floor can't you? You just have to get to it" ― Grandma Moses

{Charles Schultz} He gave us Charlie Brown & Snoopy! And he helped us to always see life through children's eyes, too.

{Charles Schultz} He gave us Charlie Brown & Snoopy! And he helped us to always see life through children's eyes, too.

Grandma Moses - Anna Mary Robertson Moses (September 7, 1860 – December 13, 1961), known by her nickname Grandma Moses, was a renowned American folk artist.

My Heroines: 7 Women Who Kick Butt at 70 Plus

Grandma Moses - Anna Mary Robertson Moses (September 7, 1860 – December 13, 1961), known by her nickname Grandma Moses, was a renowned American folk artist.

"Lightness of Being" Portrait of QEII with her eyes closed. photo by Chris Levine  "I asked her to rest between shots (holographic exposures that took 8 seconds each). This was a moment of stillness that just happened."

Photographer Chris Levine's best shot

"Lightness of Being" Portrait of QEII with her eyes closed. photo by Chris Levine "I asked her to rest between shots (holographic exposures that took 8 seconds each). This was a moment of stillness that just happened."

Grandma Moses - sold her first painting at the age of 79- A perfect example of why you should never give up on your dreams, no matter what your age...

Grandma Moses - sold her first painting at the age of 79- A perfect example of why you should never give up on your dreams, no matter what your age...

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