Grandma Moses is a name synonymous with American folk art. Considered by many to be America's preeminent folk painter, her winsome style, evocative of a simpler, bygone era, has endeared her to millions worldwide. The rural landscape is probably the most popular of Grandma Moses' subjects. Through it she captured the land in many moods and seasons, using it as a backdrop for a variety of themes such as community gatherings, fantasies, historical events, legends, nursery rhymes, Thanksgiving, and Christmas. This popular, self-taught artist is brought sharply into focus in this insightful volume, generously illustrated with 70 of her charming, bucolic works.