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  1. Mary Stevenson Cassatt (* 22. Mai 1844 [1] in Pittsburgh , Pennsylvania , USA ; † 14. Juni 1926 im Schloss Beaufresne, Le Mesnil-Théribus , Département Oise , Frankreich ) war eine US-amerikanische Grafikerin und Malerin des Impressionismus .

  2. Mary Stevenson Cassatt (/kəˈsæt/; May 22, 1844 – June 14, 1926) was an American painter and printmaker. She was born in Pennsylvania, but lived much of her adult life in France, where she first befriended Edgar Degas and later exhibited among the Impressionists.

  3. The Legacy of Mary Cassatt. Cassatt was active into the 1910s, and by her late years she was able to witness the emergence of modernism in Europe and the United States; however, her signature style remained consistent. The waning critical taste for Impressionism after her death in the 1920s meant that her influence on other artists was limited.

  4. Amidst the rush of urban life, Afternoon Tea at the Mary Cassatt Tea Room offers an intimate daily escape and the continuance of the age-old tradition of afternoon tea, Philadelphia-style. With beautifully prepared leaf teas at its heart, this Philadelphia tea room celebrates the traditions of the great tea cultures, adding a dash of local flavor and some exquisitely re-imagined elements.

  5. Mary Cassatt - Young Mother in the Garden. Sign in. You are not signed in, which means you will lose your progress if you leave this puzzle.

  6. 23/07/2015 · Blanding Cassatt will be a multimedia entertainment company. Sintopia will be a new TV channel for children, like #Nickelodeon , #DisneyChannel , and #CartoonNetwork . They are my main inspirations.

  7. Time and Tide Flow Wide: The Collection in Context, 1959–1973. September 27th, 2022 - June 11, 2023 . This exhibition considers the early history of the Colby College Museum of Art, from its founding in 1959 up to 1973, the year the museum opened the Jetté Galleries, the first of five museum expansions.

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