Mary Cassatt

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Crown Publishers, 1979 - Art - 95 pages
Casts new light on the life of America's greatest woman artist renowned for her treatment of feminine and maternal themes and reproduces, in both color and black-and-white, numerous examples of her paintings

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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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