As a self-taught artist working in rural New York, Grandma Moses lacked access to high-quality art materials in the early part of her career. Without any small brushes, she used matches and pins to paint details such as eyes and mouths. It would take more than 80 years for little Anna Mary Robertson to become the world-famous painter Grandma Moses.
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