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Are You Too Old for a Painting Career?

What about Grandma Moses?

Anna Mary Robertson Moses, one of the most celebrated name in American fine arts and folk arts, and she didn’t even pick up a brush until she was well into her late seventh decade.
Grandma Moses was originally a big fan of embroidery, but once her arthritis grew too painful for her to hold a needle, she decided to give painting a try in the mid-1930s.
She was 76 when she cranked out her first canvas, and she lived another 25 years as a painter. Her works have been shown and sold in the United States and abroad and have been marketed on greeting cards and other merchandise. Moses’ paintings are among the collections of many museums. The Sugaring Off was sold for US$1.2 million in 2006. this is from Ten of history’s greatest “Late Bloomers” : people who found their purpose and went for awe-inspiring success in the second innings of life by Rohan Paul
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If you want to read more about people like Grandma Moses read  Ten of history’s greatest “Late Bloomers” : people who found their purpose and went for awe-inspiring success in the second innings of life by Rohan Paul from which this story is taken.

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