The artist tells her art dealer she could paint "two or three" large paintings for an exhibit. Uncommonly Signed Autograph Letter, in pencil, 2 separate pages, 8vo, Eaglebridge, Oct. 18, n.y. OUTSIDER ARTIST, ANNA MARY ROBERTSON MOSES, GRANDMA MOSES.
The artist tells her art dealer she could paint "two or three" large paintings for an exhibit. Uncommonly Signed Autograph Letter, in pencil, 2 separate pages, 8vo, Eaglebridge, Oct. 18, n.y.
The artist tells her art dealer she could paint "two or three" large paintings for an exhibit. Uncommonly Signed Autograph Letter, in pencil, 2 separate pages, 8vo, Eaglebridge, Oct. 18, n.y.
OUTSIDER ARTIST, ANNA MARY ROBERTSON MOSES, GRANDMA MOSES

(1860-1961). Self-taught American artist in the genre of Outsider Art and Folk Art. She is often cited as an example of an individual successfully beginning a career as an artist an advanced age gaining recognition in her eighties.

The artist tells her art dealer she could paint "two or three" large paintings for an exhibit. Uncommonly Signed Autograph Letter, in pencil, 2 separate pages, 8vo, Eaglebridge, Oct. 18, n.y.

Using simple lined paper, Grandma Moses writes to her earliest supporter and longtime art dealer, Louis J. Caldor. Her misspellings retained: “Dear Mr. Caldor, was tired the night that you were here and could not think fast. But have been thinking sence if you…realy wants some more of my paintings for a exibet, I could paint two or three large ones like those that I'm doing for my children…I would do them on hard board and fram them…So sorry that you and your frinds had to come in the rain….” Signed, “Grandma Moses.” Long considered a foremost Amercan folk artist, her works are included in Outsider Art exhibitions and fairs.

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Price: $3,800.00

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