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Mary Cassatt (Anglais) Relié – 15 octobre 1998


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Mary Cassatt Released in conjunction with the opening of an exhibition of her work at The Art Institute of Chicago in October, a biography of a notable American female artist traces her influences and her role in American art, and includes numerous reproductions of her paintings. 25,000 first printing. BOMC & QPB. Full description


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INFO... 2 février 2007
Par 1stVideo - Publié sur Amazon.com
Mary Cassatt (1844-1926) was one of the few women artists to have succeeded professionally in her era, and the only American invited to exhibit with the French Impressionists. Extensively illustrated with paintings, prints and pastels spanning Cassatt's whole career, this volume, published to accompany a travelling exhibition in the USA, contains essays which trace the artist's development from her early influences to her critical role in bringing Old Master and Impressionist art to the United States. Supplementary works by Cassatt's contemporaries are reproduced, together with numerous photographs and a complete list of exhibitions in which she participated in her lifetime.
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beautifully presented, somewhat interesting 6 août 2000
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
A collection of interesting essays (and representations of her works) on the artist and her life give the reader good, broad and varied sense about who Mary Cassatt was and how important she was in helping America to discover impressionism. MC is an artist that merits to be better recognized and this book serves a good purpose. - Yet for people that have already studied MC and want to learn more on detailed aspects of her art, this book will probably not be sufficient - Griselda Pollock has written a book i found very useful called 'mary cassatt painter of modern women' which has some well-founded arguments about her works and intentions and is very interesting and more original than this collection of well presented and nevertheless good essays.
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Review of Cassatt's Works in 1999 Exhibit at Boston's Museum of Fine Arts 8 juin 2013
Par mizbehaves - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
This marvelous book with more than 20 color plates of her works contains everything we want to know about Mary Cassatt, who died in 1926. She lived much of her life in France and is often associated with the Impressionist painters, particular Edgar Degas.

Cassatt never married nor had any children. So it is incredibly interesting that many of her best known and best loved paintings are of children, including her nieces. Her paintings of mothers and children bring to life the tenderness of feeling and the special bond that can only be shared by them.

She painted other subjects, of course. But one of my favorite Cassatt paintings is Little Girl in a Big Straw Hat and a Pinafore. It captures as no other painting I have seen the pensive, perhaps even sad, mood of a little girl left alone.

It is left up to our imagination the circumstances the little girl finds herself in. But it is an incredibly sensitive, touching portrait of "aloneness"--whether literally or figuratively. And presents the complexities of a child's world that perhaps we are not use to always seeing or thinking about.
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extensive information 19 mai 2012
Par Jean - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
The book has very complete information about Mary Cassatt as well as the other artists of her time. Many other artists' works are pictured also. It is a scholarly book, not one to just page through quickly and look at pictures, although much of her work is in the section toward the back of the book.
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Great book for the price 5 mars 2004
Par Camil Moujaber - Publié sur Amazon.com
Cassatt was no Sargent or Hassam, but her style reflects sensitivity and charm. This is a great book to own about Cassatt, full of good plates and at a bargain price. You can't go wrong with this one!
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