Mary Cassatt (1844-1926). Young Mother In the Garden. Cassatt was instrumental in bringing the works of the Impressionist movement to America. She was a close friend of Degas and exhibited alongside in 1879. Cassatt principally painted children and scenes of motherhood with simplicity, energetic brushwork, and glowing colors.
The Child's Bath by Mary Cassatt, painted in 1893, demonstrates Mary Cassatt's increased interest in Japanese art in her later career. Cassatt admired Utamaro, a late 18th-century ukiyo-e master who was renowned for his portrayal of the private lives of women going about their daily activities.
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
Mary Cassat foi uma pintora dos Estados Unidos. É considerada uma grande pintora impressionista. Está enterrada no jazigo da família, em Le Mesnil-Théribus. Wikipédia Nascimento: 22 de maio de 1844 Falecimento: 14 de junho de 1926, Paris, França Educação: Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts Mary_cassatt.jpg (205×304)