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Mary Cassatt: 260 Plates By Maria Peitcheva
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Mary Cassatt was an American impressionist painter who depicted the lives of women, chiefly the intimate bond between mother and child. Her works are painted with quick brushstrokes in a pastel... More > palette. Invited in 1877 by her friend and mentor Edgar Degas, Cassatt was one of three women—and the only American—to join a group of artists later known as the Impressionists, which included Claude Monet and Camille Pissaro. Influenced by the Japanese prints she collected, Cassatt developed a refined drawing style that blended European and Asian effects, increasingly creating figural compositions, like The Letter (1890), with flattened forms and harmonious color combinations.< Less
Mary Cassatt: Paintings By Daniel Coenn
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This Art Book contains 66 annotated reproductions of Mary Cassatt paintings with date and interesting facts page below. Mary Cassatt was an American impressionist painter who depicted the lives of... More > women, chiefly the intimate bond between mother and child. At the beginning of the 20th century, she had achieved widespread fame for her paintings. Cassatt was the only American to exhibit with the Impressionists. Her works, which were painted into a purely Impressionist style, met with great acclaim, established her reputation as an Impressionist, and consequently, were the foundation for her long and distinguished career. Edgar Degas and Cassatt were close friends and artistic allies whose shared stylistic concerns lead to mutual explorations of light, color and form. While both artists depicted scenes of modern life, they differed in their portrayal of women. Mary Cassatt was focused primarily on mother and child theme, which she treated with warmth and naturalness in paintings, pastels, and prints.< Less
Mary Cassatt: Drawings By Daniel Coenn
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This Art Book contains 91 reproductions of Mary Cassatt pastels, drawings and watercolors. Mary Cassatt was an American impressionist who depicted the life of women, essentially the intimate bond... More > between mother and child. In Europe, Cassatt’s paintings were better received that in United States. She exhibited every year at the Paris Salon until 1877, when all her works were rejected. Distraught at her rejection, she turned to the Impressionists, who welcomed her with welcome arms. Deciding early in her career that marriage was not an option, Cassatt never married. As her career progressed, her critical reputation grew, and she was often considered, along with Degas, as the one of the best exhibitors at the Impressionist Salon. She was awarded the French Legion of Honor in 1906 and is known for superior draftsmanship in all the media, notably pastel.< Less
Mary Cassatt: 109 Paintings By Margarita Esters
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Mary Cassatt was an American impressionist painter who depicted the lives of women, chiefly the intimate bond between mother and child. Degas and Pissarro would later become her mentors and fellow... More > painters. She was disappointed at her art education in the United States, and moved to Paris to study art under private tutors in Paris. In Europe, Cassatt’s paintings were better received, increasing her prospects, and exhibited in the Salon of 1872, selling a painting. She exhibited every year at the Paris Salon until 1877, when all her works were rejected. Distraught at her rejection, she turned to the Impressionists, who welcomed her with welcome arms. Deciding early in her career that marriage was not an option, Cassatt never married, and spent much of her time with her sister Lydia, until her death in 1882. As her career progressed, her critical reputation grew, and she was often touted, along with Degas, as the one of the best exhibitors at the Impressionist Salon.< Less
Mary Cassatt: 157 Masterpieces By Ann Kannings
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This Art Book contains 157 annotated reproductions of Mary Cassatt paintings, pastels, drawings and watercolors. Mary Cassatt was an American impressionist who depicted the life of women,... More > essentially the intimate bond between mother and child. In Europe, Cassatt’s paintings were better received that in United States. She exhibited every year at the Paris Salon until 1877, when all her works were rejected. Distraught at her rejection, she turned to the Impressionists, who welcomed her with welcome arms. Deciding early in her career that marriage was not an option, Cassatt never married. As her career progressed, her critical reputation grew, and she was often considered, along with Degas, as the one of the best exhibitors at the Impressionist Salon. She was awarded the French Legion of Honor in 1906 and is known for superior draftsmanship in all the media, notably pastel.< Less
Mary Cassatt: 101 Drawings By Narim Bender
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Mary Cassatt was an American impressionist painter who depicted the lives of women, chiefly the intimate bond between mother and child. Her works are painted with quick brushstrokes in a pastel... More > palette. Invited in 1877 by her friend and mentor Edgar Degas, Cassatt was one of three women—and the only American—to join a group of artists later known as the Impressionists, which included Claude Monet and Camille Pissaro. Influenced by the Japanese prints she collected, Cassatt developed a refined drawing style that blended European and Asian effects, increasingly creating figural compositions, like The Letter (1890), with flattened forms and harmonious color combinations.< Less
Mary Cassatt: 155 Paintings and Drawings By Maria Tsaneva
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Mary Cassatt was an American impressionist painter who depicted the lives of women, chiefly the intimate bond between mother and child. Cassatt is known for superior draughtsmanship in all the media,... More > notably pastel. In Europe, Cassatt’s paintings were better received, increasing her prospects, and exhibited in the Salon of 1872, selling a painting. She exhibited every year at the Paris Salon until 1877, when all her works were rejected. Distraught at her rejection, she turned to the Impressionists, who welcomed her with welcome arms. Deciding early in her career that marriage was not an option, Cassatt never married, and spent much of her time with her sister Lydia, until her death in 1882, which left Mary unable to work for a short time. As her career progressed, her critical reputation grew, and she was often touted, along with Degas, as the one of the best exhibitors at the Impressionist Salon. She was awarded the French Legion of Honor in 1906.< Less
Mary Cassatt: Drawings 160 Colour Plates By Maria Peitcheva
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Mary Cassatt was an American impressionist painter who depicted the lives of women, chiefly the intimate bond between mother and child. Her works are painted with quick brushstrokes in a pastel... More > palette. Invited in 1877 by her friend and mentor Edgar Degas, Cassatt was one of three women—and the only American—to join a group of artists later known as the Impressionists, which included Claude Monet and Camille Pissaro. Influenced by the Japanese prints she collected, Cassatt developed a refined drawing style that blended European and Asian effects, increasingly creating figural compositions, like The Letter (1890), with flattened forms and harmonious color combinations.< Less
Mary Cassatt, Bat-Serge et les autres By Florence DUMONTEIL
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Classical Impressionist Era Art Coloring Book By Denise McGill
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This is a coloring book drawn from classic Impressionist art from Van Gogh to Mucha. The idea is that when you color famous art you remember the names and faces better than if you were just trying... More > to memorize art history. This is meant to be an educational tool and a fun one. It covers a brief history of the paintings as well as the artists.< Less

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