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Mary Cassatt

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Linda La

on 2 June 2010

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Mary Cassatt 1844 - 1926 Mary was born in Allegheny City, Pennsylvania. American painter and printmaker Cassatt was one of seven children She Met and married famed academic painter William-Adolphe Bouguereau Studied art with artist Thomas Couture Mary's painting "The Mandolin Player" was the first art piece accepted by the selection jury of the Paris Salon Linda La (one of his art pieces) (one of his art pieces) Mary was one of the few women impressionists In 1914, she was force to stop painting as she almost became blind In 1915, she took up the cause of ' Women's Sufferage ' and showed eighteen works in an exhibition supporting the movement Mary Cassatt died on June 14, 1926
and was buried in the family vault at
the ' Le Mesnil - Theribus Portrait of Madame Sisley
1873 Maternite
Mary Cassatt's
Art Pieces Jules Being Dried
By His Mother
1900 Children on the
1884 Girl Arranging Her Hair
1886 Young Woman In Green Outdoors In The Sun
1914 At the Theater
1879 Nurse Reading to Little Girl
1895 Madame Mearson and Her Daughter
1899 In The Box
1879 -Resources- http://www.google.ca/images?hl=en&q=mary%20cassatt&um=1&ie=UTF-8&source=og&sa=N&tab=wi & http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mary_Cassatt -ImPressionism- colored drypoint and aquatint prints primarily light skillful use of blocks of color delicate pastel colors and avoided black
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