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    • Carol Andreescu

      Mary Cassatt, Woman Standing, Holding a Fan, created in 1878–79. The work is one of only two known canvases painted by the artist almost entirely in the medium of distemper and represents a key moment in her transformation into an Impressionist.

    • Debra Evans

      Woman Standing, Holding a Fan - Mary Cassatt. #artists #cassatt

    • Jayme InVa

      "Woman Standing, Holding a Fan" by Mary Cassatt. 1878-1879 distemper with metallic paint on canvas. From the collection of The Amon Carter Museum of American Art, Fort Worth, TX, on loan to The National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC, for the Degas/Cassatt Exhibition (2014).

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