Morning WC by Mary Cassatt

When in 1917 after the death of Edgar Degas his paintings were put up for auction, among them was this small canvas Cassatt, which was initially taken for the work

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Washing woman by Mary Cassatt

The theme of a nude female body attracted many painters, not to mention the impressionists, sometimes “stuck” in this story beyond measure. Interesting in this aspect is the approach of

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Summer by Mary Cassatt

Painting “Summer” brush unique and bold Mary Cassatt makes us remember the grumbling of dry skeptics that her work is too bright. In general, her creative path is a relentless

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Mother and child in a cart by Mary Cassatt

The theme of mother and child Mary Cassatt worked out her whole life. The artist has practically exhausted her compositional and psychological abilities, leaving her contemporaries no chance to find

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Tea Party by Mary Cassatt

On the canvases of Mary Cassatt, the images of women were conveyed with sufficient restraint: the artist managed to capture only that part of their life that was determined by

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Girl in a blue armchair by Mary Cassatt

Mary Cassatt is an impressionist painter and graphic artist who, despite her American background, spent most of her life in France. The vast majority of her paintings are devoted to

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The Lodge by Mary Cassatt

An American by birth, Mary Cassatt was the daughter of wealthy parents, but she exchanged the prosperous United States of America for painting and bohemian life in Paris. Under the

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Long gloves by Mary Cassatt

Pastel Cassatt worked always, but most of the pastel work, she created at the end of her life, after the 1900s. During these years, the artist’s eyesight began to deteriorate,

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Young women in the box by Mary Cassatt

The places most visited by Cassatt, not related to her creative activity, boiled down to visits to friendly lounges and theater lodges. The theater is one of the “tastes” for

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Hairstyle by Mary Cassatt

During his studies in Pennsylvania and Paris, Cassatt did not show any noticeable interest in academic drawing. Her early drawings are characterized by an acute, slightly nervous line and vigorous

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Explanation by Mary Cassatt

It would seem that at the end of the nineteenth century it was difficult to introduce something new into a woman’s portrait. Women wrote everything – starting with the most

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Letter by Mary Cassatt

The 1890s were the most fruitful period in Cassatt’s work. At this time, she again refers to the schedule. In the spring of 1891, the first personal exhibition of the

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