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Cas·satt

 (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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Cassatt

(kəˈsæt)
n
(Biography) Mary. 1845–1926, US impressionist painter, who lived in France
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Cas•satt

(kəˈsæt)

n.
Mary, 1845–1926, U.S. painter.
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