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 (kə-săt′), 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 impressionists.
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(Biography) Mary. 1845–1926, US impressionist painter, who lived in France
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Mary, 1845–1926, U.S. painter.
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Hence, there are cameo appearances by Chantal Akerman, Genevieve Castre, and an homage to Kate Bush, whose song gave the English translation its title, as well as images drawn in the style of Mary Cassatt and other women artists.
The placing of the paintings within the book is very carefully considered; thus, Seurat's Grande Jattei s placed opposite Van Gogh's Starry Night, and Degas' Mary Cassatt at the Louvreopposite Tanaka Masunobu's Young Man playing a Flute.
In this sequel "If Picasso Painted a Snowman", author Amy Newbold and illustrator Greg Newbold once again combine to convey nineteen artists' styles in a few deft words, with Greg Newbold's chameleon-like artistry showing children ages 6-9 Edgar Degas' dinosaur ballerinas, Cassius Coolidge's dinosaurs playing Go Fish, Hokusai's dinosaurs surfing a giant wave, and dinosaurs smelling flowers in Mary Cassatt's garden; grazing in Grandma Moses' green valley; peeking around Diego Rivera's lilies; tiptoeing through Baishi's inky bamboo; and cavorting, stampeding, or hiding in canvases by Henri Matisse, Andy Warhol, Frida Kahlo, Franz Marc, Harrison Begay, Alma Thomas, Aaron Douglas, Mark Rothko, Lois Mailou Jones, Marguerite Zorach, and Edvard Munch.
At the time of the Dreyfus affair, many members of the artistic avant-garde took sides: Monet and Pissarro, with their old friend and supporter Zola, were Dreyfusard, or pro-Dreyfus, as were the younger radical artists Luce, Signac, and Vallotton and the American Mary Cassatt; Cezanne, Rodin, Renoir, and Degas were anti-Dreyfusard.
Reproduced in gorgeous color illustrations, works from Peter Paul Rubens to Mary Cassatt, Ed Ruscha, and Jim Dine are accompanied by brief commentary.
Synopsis: Filled from cover to cover with beautiful works by Edgar Degas, Mary Cassatt, and other Impressionist painters, "Degas, Impressionism, and the Millinery Trade" is richly illustrated book showcases artistic portrayals of France's millinery trade during the Belle Epoque.
Moreover, he says, the post office plans do not address how the behemoth Penn Station complex can interact more harmoniously with the neighborhood, a problem that has beset planners and developers for over a century, ever since Pennsylvania Railroad president Alexander Cassatt sought to bring his Philadelphia-based trains into the heart of Manhattan.
Mothers and/or caregivers with children captured in scenes from everyday life make up the great majority of works by the American artist Mary Cassatt. In this work, Cassatt depicts two women and a young child as passengers on a bus.
Edgar Degas's influence on Mary Cassatt is well known--to the extent that she has erroneously been called his student, and her paintings have been misattributed to him.
The board of trustees of the Cutwater Select Income Fund (NYSE:CSI), a diversified closed-end management investment company, disclosed on Thursday that a special shareholder meeting will be held on 10 December 2014 at 10:30 Eastern time, at the offices of Pepper Hamilton LLP, 400 Berwyn Park, 899 Cassatt Road, Berwyn, Pennsylvania.