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Paintings by Mary Cassatt

Mary Cassatt was one of the few women and the only American invited to join the Impressionists. Throughout Mary Cassatt's career her intimate portrayal of women's lives added a dimension to the subject of female modern life. See the artwork of Mary Cassatt.

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  • How Stone Lithography Works

    How Stone Lithography Works

    Today artists use stone lithography to produce fine art prints but 150 years ago it was THE color-printing technology. It's an incredible art form. Take a photo-filled look at this fascinating process. See more »

  • How Surrealism Works

    How Surrealism Works

    With its melting clocks, floating rocks and unearthly shadows, Surrealist art often leaves viewers feeling slightly disturbed and thoroughly transfixed. What was the movement all about? See more »

  • Name the Price: Masterpieces

    Name the Price: Masterpieces

    Most of the art world's extant masterpieces are firmly in the hands of major museums. Only occasionally do privately owned pieces change hands. Can you guess how wide wallets opened when these major work of art went up for sale? See more »

  • Why do the eyes in paintings seem to follow you sometimes?

    Why do the eyes in paintings seem to follow you sometimes?

    Do you ever have the feeling you're being watched? The eyes in many paintings seem to follow you around the room. How do artists make it happen? See more »

  • Banks of the Seine by Stanislas Lepine

    Banks of the Seine by Stanislas Lepine

    Banks of the Seine was among Stanislas Lepine's contributions to the first Impressionist exhibition. Banks of the Seine is an oil on canvas painting on display at Musée d'Orsay, Paris. Learn more about this beautiful painting. See more »

  • Claude Monet

    Claude Monet

    Claude Monet was one of the most prolific painters of all time. Many knew him as the founder of Impressionism but most people recognize his Water Lilies. See more »

  • Claude Monet Biography

    Claude Monet Biography

    Claude Monet inspired a generation of Impressionist artists. Learn all about Monet's life from his childhood in Le Havre to his death in 1926. See more »

  • Claude Monet Giverny Paintings

    Claude Monet Giverny Paintings

    Claude Monet was passionate about painting and gardening. Learn about the lush flower and water gardens Monet created and painted at his Giverny estate. See more »

  • Claude Monet Paintings 1861-1874

    Claude Monet Paintings 1861-1874

    Claude Monet gave the Impressionist movement its name and is one of its most prominent masters. Learn about Monet paintings from 1861 to 1874. See more »

  • Claude Monet Paintings 1873-1878

    Claude Monet Paintings 1873-1878

    Claude Monet was one of the most prominent Impressionist painters, influencing generations to come. Discover Monet's paintings from 1873 to 1878. See more »

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