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  1. Mary Cassatt: Paintings and Prints by Frank Getlein, 1980-11-01
  2. Mary Cassatt: A Life by Professor Nancy Mowll Mathews, 1998-09-10
  3. First Impressions: Mary Cassatt by Susan E. Meyer, 1990-09-01
  4. Mary Cassatt: Family Pictures (Smart About Art) by Jane O'Connor, 2003-04-14
  5. Mary Cassatt (Getting to Know the World's Greatest Artists) by Mike Venezia, 1991-03
  6. Mary Cassatt: Impressionist Painter by Lois Harris, 2007-08-14
  7. Suzette and the Puppy: A Story About Mary Cassatt (Young readers) by Joan Sweeney, 2000-10-01
  8. Mary Cassatt (Chaucer Library of Art) by Griselda Pollock, 2005-06-30
  9. Mary Cassatt: Oils and Pastels (Watson-Guptill Famous Artists) by E. John Bullard, 2000-01-01
  10. Mary Cassatt by Judith Barter, 1998-10
  11. Mary Cassatt: The Color Prints by Nancy Mowll Mathews, Barbara Stern Shapiro, 1992-09
  12. Mary Cassatt Cards: 24 Cards (Card Books) by Mary Cassatt, 1989-10-01
  13. Mary Cassatt: Painter of Modern Women (World of Art) by Griselda Pollock, Mary Cassatt, 1998-09
  14. Mary Cassatt: An American Impressionist (American Art) by Gerhard Gruitrooy, 1998-11-01

1. Mary Cassatt Online
Guide to 45 art museum sites and image archives where the impressionist paintings of Mary Cassatt can be viewed online.

2. Mary Cassatt Online
Mary Cassatt American Impressionist Painter, 18441926 Guide to pictures of works by Mary Cassatt in art museum sites and image archives worldwide.

3. Cassatt Mary Paintings | Oil Paintings | Oil Painting Mary Cassatt
Mary Cassatt artist gallery reproductions of museum art work, Mary Cassatt hand painted oil paintings fine art reproductions on canvas
The finest Mary Cassatt oil paintings hand painted Reproduction in the highest quality in all sizes
Reproductions Oil Painting of Mary Cassatt :
A Baby Smiling at Two Young Women 1873
A Corner of the Loge 1879 by Mary Cassatt
A Musical Party 1874 by Mary Cassatt
A Seville Belle by Mary Cassatt
Antoinette at Her Dressing Table 1909 by Cassatt
At The Opera 1880 by Mary Cassatt
Auguste Reading to Her Daughter 1910 by Cassatt
Autumn 1880 by Mary Cassatt
Baby Reaching For An Apple 1893 by Mary Cassatt
Bacchante 1872 by Mary Cassatt
Bathing the Young Heir 1891 by Mary Cassatt Breakfast in Bed 1897 by Mary Cassatt Nurse Reading to a Little Girl 1895 by Cassatt Celeste in a Brown Hat 1891 by Mary Cassatt Child In A Straw Hat 1886 by Mary Cassatt Children in a garden 1878 by Mary Cassatt Children Playing with a Cat 1908 by Mary Cassat Le the or The Five O Clock Tea 1880 by Cassatt
Mary Cassatt American Impressionist Painter
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4. Cassatt, Mary
Born in Pittsburg, Pennsylvania, in 1845; died in France in 1927. Predisposed in favour of French culture by her family background, Mary Cassatt spent the first few years of her
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5. WebMuseum: Cassatt, Mary
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Cassatt, Mary
Cassatt, Mary (b. May 22, 1844, Allegheny City, Pa., U.S.d. June 14, 1926, Chteau de Beaufresne, near Paris, Fr.), American painter and printmaker who exhibited with the Impressionists The daughter of an affluent Pittsburgh businessman, whose French ancestry had endowed him with a passion for that country, she studied art at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts in Philadelphia, and then travelled extensively in Europe, finally settling in Paris in 1874. In that year she had a work accepted at the Salon and in 1877 made the acquaintance of Degas , with whom she was to be on close terms throughout his life. His art and ideas had a considerable influence on her own work; he introduced her to the Impressionists and she participated in the exhibitions of 1879, 1880, 1881 and 1886, refusing to do so in 1882 when Degas did not. She was a great practical support to the movement as a whole, both by providing direct financial help and by promoting the works of Impressionists in the USA, largely through her brother Alexander. By persuading him to buy works by Manet Monet Morisot Renoir , Degas and Pissarro , she made him the first important collector of such works in America. She also advised and encouraged her friends the Havemeyers to build up their important collection of works by Impressionists and other contemporary French artists.

6. Mary Cassatt - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Cassatt, Mary Alternative names Short description Date of birth May 22, 1844 Place of birth Allegheny City, Pennsylvania, United States Date of death
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Self-portrait by Mary Cassatt, c. 1878, gouache on paper, 23⅝ × 16 3/16 in., Metropolitan Museum of Art New York Birth name Mary Stevenson Cassatt Born May 22, 1844
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Château de Beaufresne, near Paris France Nationality American Field Painting Training Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts Jean-Léon Gérôme Charles Chaplin Thomas Couture Movement Impressionism Mary Stevenson Cassatt /kəˈsæt/ American painter and printmaker . She lived much of her adult life in France, where she first befriended Edgar Degas and later exhibited among the Impressionists . Cassatt often created images of the social and private lives of women, with particular emphasis on the intimate bonds between mothers and children.
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Cassatt was born in Allegheny City Pennsylvania , which is now part of Pittsburgh . She was born into favorable circumstances: her father, Robert Simpson Cassat (later Cassatt), was a successful stockbroker and land speculator, and her mother, Katherine Kelso Johnston, came from a banking family. The ancestral name had been Cossart. Cassatt was a distant cousin of artist Robert Henri Cassatt was one of seven children, of which two died in infancy. Her family moved eastward, first to

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    Cassatt, Mary (k u key , American figure painter and etcher, b. Pittsburgh. Most of her life was spent in France, where she was greatly influenced by her great French contemporaries, particularly Manet and Degas, whose friendship and esteem she enjoyed. She allied herself with the impressionists early in her career. Motherhood was Cassatt's most frequent subject. Her pictures are notable for their refreshing simplicity, vigorous treatment, and pleasing color. She excelled also as a pastelist and etcher, and her drypoints and color prints are greatly admired. She is well represented in public and private galleries in the United States. Her best-known pictures include several versions of Mother and Child (Metropolitan Mus.; Mus. of Fine Arts, Boston; Worcester, Mass., Art Mus.); Lady at the Tea-Table (Metropolitan Mus.);

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9. Cassatt, Mary - Culture
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10. Association Les Amis De Mary Cassatt - Mary Cassatt Foundation - Mary Stevenson
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Mary Stevenson Cassatt (May 22, 1844 June 14, 1926) was an American painter and printmaker. She lived much of her adult life in France, where she first befriended Edgar Degas and

12. Cassatt, Mary Oil Paintings Reproductions – Page 1
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Mary Cassatt Agatha and Her Child, 1891. With commentary.
Agatha and Her Child, 1891
Pastel on paper, 26 x 2 1 " (66.04 x 53.34 cm.)
Signed, lower left
Museum purchase, 947-W-102
Mary Cassatt, the only American to exhibit with the Impressionists, owes her reputation to the honesty, sympathy, and directness with which she represented subjects from contemporary domestic life. Between 1875 when she saw some pastels by Edgar Degas in a Paris art dealer's window, and 1879 when she began to exhibit with the Impressionists, she developed a distinctive style that combined a light, bright palette with the strong contours and confident volumes of Degas. She applied this style to subjects that demonstrated her commitment to the "new realism" espoused by the Impressionist group.
Cassatt frequently chose as models her family and friends, whom she depicted at their frankly bourgeois pastimes. Although intended to be anonymous to her audience, her sitters possess startling specificity in their appearance and actions. Because they neither pose for nor acknowledge the viewer, they convey on paper or canvas something authentic and immediate.
Mothers with children are perhaps the subject most often linked with Cassatt. Although she rendered the theme throughout her career, her most intensive involvement with it took place between 1888 and 1894, when she made more than twenty mother-and child pictures in both oils and pastel, as if heeding Degas's advice to his sculptor-friend, Albert Bartholomu: "It is essential to do the same subject over and over again, ten times, a hundred times." Six of these pictures date from 1890-1891

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Cas satt (ks t), Mary Stevenson 1844?-1926. American painter noted for her studies of mothers and their children, such as The Bath (1891-1892). She was associated with the French, Mary

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