Bathing by Mary Cassatt

Bathing by Mary Cassatt

Infinitely lyrical in its artless scene. The girl is concentrating on her bare feet, which her mother washes into the basin.

The woman’s face shows that she is quietly slandering – probably something quite unimportant and – tender, that is usually said to young children when they are bathed. The composition of the work refers the viewer to a series of color etchings created by Cassatt two years before this picture.

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