The Essential: Grandma Moses
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The Essential: Grandma Moses

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For readers who are short on time, long on curiosity, and turned off by art-world jargon, Abrams presents a series of hip, entertaining books on artists and pop culture.* A fascinating account of the artist's life and work

* Fresh anecdotes, both professional and personal

* Concise sidebars on major players and cultural and social movements that shaped the artist's work

* Sup...more
Hardcover, 112 pages
Published September 1st 2001 by Harry N. Abrams
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I used this as a basis for a Coffee Club program at the library. Easy format to use--basic information without too much reading, interesting anecdotes, good representation of paintings. Note: it is a small book, not the usual coffee table size art book.
Mom liked this 112p mini-format title. It was easy to hold, had minimum text while speaking of her life and techniques, and lots of clear, full-color examples of her work. There was also an example of her fiber arts.
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