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Cassatt

Mary. 1845--1926, US impressionist painter, who lived in France
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With a remarkable economy of line, Cassatt was able to create very complete forms, especially of the mother.
That year, Cassatt participated for the first time in one of the eight Impressionist exhibitions held between 1874 and 1886 in Paris.
8220;Breakfast in Bed,” Mary Cassatt - Known for her perceptive depictions of women and children, Mary Cassatt was one of the few American artists active in the nineteenth-century French avant-garde.
CA Acquires Cassatt Data Center Automation Innovation and Expertise
Bull and Cassatt today announced a business and technology co-operation aimed at improving the effectiveness of data center infrastructures of large European organizations.
Its president, Alexander Cassatt, was a visionary who assembled a team of dedicated, talented engineers and risked his company's financial well-being on a risky project: railroad tunnels spanning the Hudson and East rivers, leading into a magnificent station designed by the country's leading architectural firm.
Contemporaneous female artists often chose more socially acceptable themes, as shown by the Maternal Kiss (1897), by Mary Stevenson Cassatt (1844-1926) (22).
Furthermore, the art historical tone of the text focuses on quintessential details in the life and times of creative luminaries from the eighteenth century to the present, including Charles Bird King, Mary Cassatt, John Singer Sargent, Georgia O'Keeffe, Grant Wood and Jasper Johns.
changed its name to Cassatt Risk Retention Group Inc, in September.
Cassatt (correctly pronounced Ca-sat) was born in Pennsylvania, in the United States, on May 22, 1844.
For the superquiz, the team had to study the book ``The Single Shard,'' American painter Mary Cassatt, the biblical book of Genesis, the Middle East and ecology.
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