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According to art historian Judith Stein Grandma Moses was "practical at heart turning to painting in her seventies after working with worsted wools for embroidered compositions" which risked being eaten by moths. A U.
Her images of America's rural past were transferred to curtains dresses cookie jars and dinner ware and used to pitch cigarettes cameras lipstick and instant coffee. "
During the 1950s Grandma Moses' exhibitions were so popular that they broke attendance records all over the world.