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Cassatt

Mary. 1845--1926, US impressionist painter, who lived in France
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So Cassatt tunneled under the river, digging what was once the longest underwater passage in the world.
With a remarkable economy of line, Cassatt was able to create very complete forms, especially of the mother.
An odd couple in terms of temperament, gender, age, and nationality, Degas and Cassatt nevertheless shared an artistic sensibility and a thirst for experimentation.
They include pieces by Edward Hopper, Winslow Homer and Mary Cassatt.
And the opera glass in Mary Cassatt's In the Loge, also from 1878, already functioned as a figure for female visual agency in fashion plates from earlier in the century.
With nearly 75 famous works of art, the gallery is a collection of artwork from great American artists including William Bradford, Mary Cassatt, Martin Johnson Heade, Winslow Homer, Edward Hopper, Georgia O'Keeffe, Edward Potthast, John Singer Sargent, and William Turner.
That could explain why he left you his meds instead of his money." ("Shoe", cartoon, Cassatt & Brookins, 08/04/11)
Among them, an early, and classic, Mary Cassatt painting called "The Reader." Journalists also saw a Thomas Moran landscape -- a painting once thought lost, but later found to have been hanging behind a sofa in the home of the late Harvey and Bernice Jones.
He also studies Caillebotte''s pictures, and the work of Morisot, Bracquemond and Cassatt, three female artists who were embraced by the movement.
Story by MC2 Josh Cassatt, Navy Public Affairs Support Element West, San Diego.
While there are many works by artists such as Degas, Gauguin, Manet, Toulouse-Lautrec, Bonnard, Pissaro, Cassatt and Cezanne, the exhibition focuses on photographs and prints of aspects of Paris.