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EXAMPLE: IAS 108
Famous Artists
By Birthdays
Created by:
Professor Kim V Morin
Date: October 15, 2013
EXAMPLE: A Famous Artist Who
Shares My Birthday
My Birthday is May 22
An artist with same birthday as me:
Mary Cassatt – M...
EXAMPLE 1: Portrait of Mary Cassatt

Source: http://www.wikigallery.org/wiki/painting_243762/Mary-Cassatt/Self-Portrait-2
EXAMPLE 2: Image of Mary Cassatt

Source: http://www.notablebiographies.com/Ca-Ch/Cassatt-Mary.html#b
EXAMPLE: Work #1- Little Girl in a Blue
Armchair- 1878 -Oil on Canvas

Source: NGA Gallery
EXAMPLE: Work #2- Children Playing
on a Beach- 1884- Oil on Canvas

Source: NGA Gallery
EXAMPLE: Work #3- The Child’s Bath
1893- Oil on Canvas

Source: Wikimedia Commons
EXAMPLE #1: About Mary Cassatt
Slideshare PowerPoint about Mary Cassatt
http://www.slideshare.net/shivler007/marycassatt-7...
EXAMPLE #2: About Mary Cassatt
Video about Mary Cassatt on Vimeo
https://vimeo.com/1049264
EXAMPLE #3: About Mary Cassatt
Video Mary Cassatt: American Impressionist on
YouTube http://youtu.be/ZqIFbkt_8vo
EXAMPLE 1: A Quote By Mary Cassatt
EXAMPLE 2: A Quote About Mary
Cassatt
Degas was not above making Cassatt the
butt of derogatory jokes about women
painters...
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  • Mary Cassatt was born in America, but lived most of her life in Paris, France.
    Mary Cassatt shocked her parents by insisting that she pursue a career as a professional artist.
    Cassatt was heavily influenced by her mentor Edgar Degas.
    Three of her most accomplished works were from 1878 - Portrait of the Artist (self-portrait), Little Girl in a Blue Armchair, and Reading Le Figaro (portrait of her mother).
    After 1900, she focused almost exclusively on mother/child portraits.
    In recognition of her contributions to the arts, France awarded her the Legion d'honneur in 1904.
    Mary Cassatt went blind at the end of her life, and had to put her brushes aside.
  • Mary Cassatt was born in America, but lived most of her life in Paris, France.
    Mary Cassatt shocked her parents by insisting that she pursue a career as a professional artist.
    Cassatt was heavily influenced by her mentor Edgar Degas.
    Three of her most accomplished works were from 1878 - Portrait of the Artist (self-portrait), Little Girl in a Blue Armchair, and Reading Le Figaro (portrait of her mother).
    After 1900, she focused almost exclusively on mother/child portraits.
    In recognition of her contributions to the arts, France awarded her the Legion d'honneur in 1904.
    Mary Cassatt went blind at the end of her life, and had to put her brushes aside.
  • Mary Cassatt was born in America, but lived most of her life in Paris, France.
    Mary Cassatt shocked her parents by insisting that she pursue a career as a professional artist.
    Cassatt was heavily influenced by her mentor Edgar Degas.
    Three of her most accomplished works were from 1878 - Portrait of the Artist (self-portrait), Little Girl in a Blue Armchair, and Reading Le Figaro (portrait of her mother).
    After 1900, she focused almost exclusively on mother/child portraits.
    In recognition of her contributions to the arts, France awarded her the Legion d'honneur in 1904.
    Mary Cassatt went blind at the end of her life, and had to put her brushes aside.
  • Source: http://www.nga.gov/collection/gallery/ggcassattptg/ggcassattptg-61368.html
    This painting is often considered one of her best early works. It characterizes the natural pose and charm of the little girl that she became so well known for.
  • Source: http://www.nga.gov/content/ngaweb/Collection/art-object-page.52163.html
    This painting is often considered one of her best early works. It characterizes the natural pose and charm of the little girl that she became so well known for.
  • Source: http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Cassatt_Mary_The_Bath_1891-92.jpg
    This painting is one of her most popular works about a mother and child – which she used as a theme in many of her paintings. It is also one of my favorites. For this work she was influenced by the simple lines and forms of Japanese wood prints.
  • Nancy Sorrel – “When Edgar Degas met Mary Cassatt,” The Independent March, 1996. http://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/when-edgar-degas-met-mary-cassatt-1339935.html
  • Transcript of "Ias 108 artist birthday example morin"

    1. 1. EXAMPLE: IAS 108 Famous Artists By Birthdays Created by: Professor Kim V Morin Date: October 15, 2013
    2. 2. EXAMPLE: A Famous Artist Who Shares My Birthday My Birthday is May 22 An artist with same birthday as me: Mary Cassatt – May 22, 1844 Known For: American-born Impressionist who painted images about the social lives of women, especially the bond between mother and child. Source: http://www.biography.com/people/mary-cassatt-9240820
    3. 3. EXAMPLE 1: Portrait of Mary Cassatt Source: http://www.wikigallery.org/wiki/painting_243762/Mary-Cassatt/Self-Portrait-2
    4. 4. EXAMPLE 2: Image of Mary Cassatt Source: http://www.notablebiographies.com/Ca-Ch/Cassatt-Mary.html#b
    5. 5. EXAMPLE: Work #1- Little Girl in a Blue Armchair- 1878 -Oil on Canvas Source: NGA Gallery
    6. 6. EXAMPLE: Work #2- Children Playing on a Beach- 1884- Oil on Canvas Source: NGA Gallery
    7. 7. EXAMPLE: Work #3- The Child’s Bath 1893- Oil on Canvas Source: Wikimedia Commons
    8. 8. EXAMPLE #1: About Mary Cassatt Slideshare PowerPoint about Mary Cassatt http://www.slideshare.net/shivler007/marycassatt-7195597
    9. 9. EXAMPLE #2: About Mary Cassatt Video about Mary Cassatt on Vimeo https://vimeo.com/1049264
    10. 10. EXAMPLE #3: About Mary Cassatt Video Mary Cassatt: American Impressionist on YouTube http://youtu.be/ZqIFbkt_8vo
    11. 11. EXAMPLE 1: A Quote By Mary Cassatt
    12. 12. EXAMPLE 2: A Quote About Mary Cassatt Degas was not above making Cassatt the butt of derogatory jokes about women painters. But she had the last word. Late in his life, she arranged for their work to hang together in New York to benefit a cause she knew he never would have sanctioned - women's suffrage.
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