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Because the Galerie St. Etienne was the exclusive representative of Grandma Moses, Bachert got to spend a lot of time with her and even observe her at work. She brought an 8-mm movie camera one day and filmed Moses while she painted, but the camera did not bother her. ” In fact, nothing seemed to bother her. “She was at ease, up to any situation,” says Bachert. Grandma Moses became like a grandmother to Bachert, who learned a lot about farming and life in the country while visiting Eagle Bridge.
Fine examples exist of otherwise ordinary chairs and trunks that have been decorated with vivid Fraktur designs. These were sometimes given as wedding presents to GermanAmerican couples. Painted furniture was first covered in a single background color of paint, and then a design was applied with other colors. Painted furniture was a way to put a little color into the house in the days when not everyone could afford wallpaper or stenciling. It was also a way to hide the not-so-attractive appearance of cheaply made furniture and inexpensive wood.
21 Because of their chalky nature, pastels can smudge easily, so a “fixative” has to be applied that protects the colors and makes them permanent. Like watercolors, pastels work very well on paper. Several 19th-century impressionist artists, including Manet and Degas, liked using pastels. Tempera paints are made primarily of eggs and pigment, a formula used for over a thousand years. Have you ever seen cookies or bread with a glossy coating on top? Chances are they were coated with an “egg wash,” a brushed-on glaze made from eggs.