Mary Cassatt

American , 1844 - 1926

A painter and printmaker, Mary Cassatt studied in Europe before settling in Paris in the 1870's. She spent the remainder of her life in France, exhibited with the Impressionists and was a close personal friend of Edgar Degas.

Cassatt's work is characterised primarily by its figurative subject matter. Producing a significant number of prints, she is particularly remembered for a series of colored aquatints made during the 1890's; these demonstrated her ability to encorporate Japanese influence into her prints (for example 'Women Bathing'.

Cassatt, as an American, also provided links between American buyers and French art and indeed encouraged notable American collectors, such as the Havemeyers, to buy a great many French Realist and Impressionist works.
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Tea

c. 1890

Carolyn Bullard Fine Prints & Drawings, LLC

$12,000 - $35,000

Nurse and Baby Bill (No. 2)

ca. 1889-1890

Susan Schulman Printseller LLC

$12,000 - $35,000

The Barefoot Child

Galerie Maximillian

$70,000 - $100,000

QUIETUDE

c. 1891

Marc Rosen Fine Art, Ltd.

$35,000 - $70,000

THE PARROT

c. 1890

Marc Rosen Fine Art, Ltd.

$35,000 - $70,000

TEA

c. 1890

Marc Rosen Fine Art, Ltd.

$35,000 - $70,000

REPOSE

c. 1890

Marc Rosen Fine Art, Ltd.

$12,000 - $35,000

GATHERING FRUIT (LE POTAGER)

1893

Marc Rosen Fine Art, Ltd.

Above $100,000

PEASANT MOTHER AND CHILD

c. 1894

Marc Rosen Fine Art, Ltd.

Above $100,000

BY THE POND

c. 1896

Marc Rosen Fine Art, Ltd.

Above $100,000

THE BAREFOOTED CHILD

1896-97

Marc Rosen Fine Art, Ltd.

Above $100,000

THE BAREFOOTED CHILD

1896-97

Marc Rosen Fine Art, Ltd.

Above $100,000

Portrait Sketch of Mme. Fontveille

Thomas French Fine Art

Price upon request

The Banjo Lesson.

1894

The Old Print Shop, Inc.

Above $100,000

Hélène of Septeuil (enfant au perroquet).

1889

Allinson Gallery, Inc.

Price upon request

"Peasant Mother and Child"

1894

Catherine E. Burns Fine Prints & Drawings

Above $100,000