Mary Stevenson Cassatt

(May 22, 1844 - June 14, 1926) Despite her family's objections to her becoming a professional artist, she began studying painting at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (1861-1865). She decided to study the old masters on her own and in 1866 she moved to Paris...

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1868 - Child Drinking Milk 1872 - Bacchante 1872 - During a Carnival 1874 - A Musical Party
1878 - Portrait of a Little Girl 1880 - Poppies in a Field 1883 - Lady at the Tea Table 1886 - Girl Arranging Her Hair
1889 - At the Window 1889 - Lilacs in a Window 1892 - Contemplation 1893 - Gathering Fruit
1894 - Girl With Banjo 1894 - In the Park 1895 - On the Water 1896 - Maternal Kiss
1897 - Breakfast in Bed 1897 - Pattycake 1900 - Mother and Child 1902 - Margot in Blue