1 March 2012
Anna Mary 'Grandma' Robertson Moses (1860-1961)
signed 'Moses.' (lower right)--dated 'May 26, 1942' (on a label affixed to the reverse)
oil on board
9¼ x 11¼ in. (23.5 x 28.6 cm.)
American-British Art Center, New York, acquired from the above.
James Vigeveno Galleries, Los Angeles, California, acquired from the above.
Mr. Earle W. Grant.
The Fine Arts Gallery of San Diego, California, by bequest from the above, 1971.
Christie's, New York, 14 March 1991, lot 233.
Private collection, acquired from the above.
By descent to the present owner, 1999.
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O. Kallir, Grandma Moses, New York, 1973, p. 288, no. 145, illustrated.
The present work, painted on May 26, 1942, was assigned number 260 by the artist.
The copyright for this painting is reserved to Grandma Moses Properties, Co., New York.
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