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Mary Cassatt



 


 
Mary Cassatt

(b Allegheny City [now in Pittsburgh], 25 May 1844; d Le Mesnil-Théribus, France, 14 June 1926).

American painter and printmaker, active in France. Having settled in Paris, she became a member of the Impressionist circle. The quality of her draughtsmanship is evident in all the media in which she worked, notably pastel. She is particularly associated with the theme of mother and child.


 




 

Self-Portrait
1878



 


Young Woman Sewing in a Garden
1886


 


Girl Arranging Her Hair
1886



 

Lilacs in a Window
1880



 

At The Opera
1880



 

Two Women in a Theater Box
1882



 

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