Mary Cassatt

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World Publ., 2003 - Art - 112 pages
From "Art Deco to "Edward Hopper, Mary Cassatt to "Crandma Moses, this beautifully illustrated series explores the lives and work of famous American artists and schools of style. A visual celebration, the combination of color plates, photographs, and informative text will delight art lovers everywhere. Beautifully illustrated with 75 color reproductions. "Mary Cassat is a valuable introduction to the artist's work and extraordinary life as the most famous woman of the Impressionist school.

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Great book with a different analysis of her work which is from a feminist perspective. Discusses the place of women in society in the late 19th century which Cassatt explores through her images of women and children. Read full review

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"As one of the country's greatest artists Mary Cassatt has entered the ranks of American heroes,'' Mathews concludes after 15 years' research. The shortness of the volume (and the plentitude of ... Read full review

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