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This book is an old friend. My father loved Grandma Moses; he had this book in his library. I always enjoyed looking through it on visits to the family home. When I saw it recently at the Briarcliff Manor Library, I decided to read it again. No one captures the landscape better than Grandma Moses. She makes the viewer intimately acquainted with the stark, beautiful country on the New York-Vermont border east of Bennington. There is perfection in these images. When the trees are bending in the wi...more