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  1. The comments are abusing the memory of Nova Scotia’s Maud Lewis, primitive style painter (see many of her Grandma Moses-like Naïve Art (Primitivism)) images on the Intertubes) whose most famous painting was “Three Black Cats”

    I am sure that Nova Scotia Feverishly FrankishlyMag will correct you.

    This was a simple crochet the Waterloo biostatistician Grace Tompkins did over a blank green and white sweater that brought a lot of unwarranted attention to Primitivism Art.

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