Maud Lewis died in Digby (b. 1903). She was one of Canada’s best known and most prolific folk artists. The house she and her husband, Everett Lewis, lived in (and where she painted), was later installed as part of a permanent Maud Lewis exhibit in the care of the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia. Maude Lewis’s life has been the subject of a documentary and stage play. In 2017 a feature film on her life, called Maudie, was released, starring Sally Hawkins as Maud Lewis, and Ethan Hawke as her husband, Everett. (Painting by Maud Lewis. AGNS. The Art Gallery of Nova Scotia houses a permanent exhibit of her work.)