Mary Cassatt was known for her perceptive depictions of women and children, such as her masterpiece "Breakfast in Bed." #IndependenceDay #art

Overstockart Mary Cassatt Breakfast in Bed with Elegant Wood Frame, Champagne Finish - - Hand painted oil reproduction of a famous mary cassatt painting, breakfast in bed.

Mary Cassatt -   Girl Arranging Her Hair at National Art Gallery Washington DC

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Mary Cassatt: The Cup of Tea (ca. 1879) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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Children Playing on the Beach by Mary Cassatt    In works such as the 1884 painting Children Playing on the Beach, Mary Cassatt looked at children with an honest eye. Cassatt captured their clumsy and often random motions and gave them a real rather than a cherubic aspect

Paintings by Mary Cassatt

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1889 Helene de Septeuil - Mary Cassatt Pastel Dimensions: x cm Gallery: The William Benton Museum of Art

Margot in Blue   1902  Pastel on heavy paper with light canvas back; The Walters Art Gallery at Baltimore

Title: Margot In Blue, 1902 Artist: Mary Stevenson Cassatt Medium: Fine Art Paper Print

Mary Cassatt (American:1844–1926) - Breakfast in Bed (1897)

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Mary Cassatt - The Loge at National Art Gallery Washington DC

Mary Cassatt, The Loge, c. oil on canvas, National Gallery of Art, Chester Dale Collection.

An American painter and printmaker, Mary Cassatt was an impressionist painter, who depicted the lives of women, especially the special bond between mother and child. She traveled extensively as a child, and was probably exposed to the works of the great masters at the World’s fair in Paris in 1855. Other artist’s, such as Degas and Pissarro, would later become her mentors and fellow painters. She began studying art seriously at the age of 15, at a time when only around twenty percent of all…

"The Bath" -- -- Mary Cassatt -- American -- Drypoint, soft-ground etching & aquatint, printed in color from two plates -- Metropolitan Museum of Art

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