The Bennington Museum's 2011 exhibition “Grandma Moses and the Primitive Tradition” invited viewers to reassess the twentieth-century work and reception of painter Anna Mary Robertson Moses. The meteoric rise of her art, marketed as “primitive,” coincided with certain refugee German art dealers’ quest to offer an American alternative to the war-contaminated wares of Europe.

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