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Cassatt and Japanese prints

  1. 1. The Influence of Japanese Prints on Mary Cassatt Portrait of Madame J. (1879-80) Woman Standing, Holding a Fan (1878-9)
  2. 2. Whistler, James Symphony in White No. 2: The Little White Girl (1864) Manet, Edouard Olympia (1863)
  3. 3. Woman at the Theater (1879) Softground etching and aquatint on cream Japanese paper Cassatt and Degas’ unfinished project: La Jour et la nuit
  4. 4. Drawing for “Interior Scene,” (1879-80) Graphite on off-white wove paper Interior Scene (1879-80) Softground etching, aquatint, and drypoint on cream laid paper La Jour et la nuit
  5. 5. Cassatt’s Technique: etching drypoint aquatint Japanese Prints: yamazakura washi baren cutting tools
  6. 6. Japanese Print Exhibition of 1890
  7. 7. Cassatt’s Ten Prints Interior of a Tramway Passing a Bridge (1890-91) The Visit (1890-91)
  8. 8. Ten Prints: The everyday life of women Study (1890-91) The Letter (1890-91)
  9. 9. Kitagawa Utamaro and the “hidden world” Study (1885-6) Girl emerging from mosquito-net, watched by her lover (1799)
  10. 10. Mirror motif Woman in a Loge (1878-79)
  11. 11. Takashima Ohisa Using Two Mirrors to Observe Her Coiffure Study (1890-91)
  12. 12. Mother and Child Theme The Mirror (1905) Mother and child looking at their reflections in a water-trough (1797-8)
  13. 13. The beauty of Asaju of Daimonji-ya (1792-4) The Nude Child (1890-91)
  14. 14. Woman with an unsettled mind The Letter (1890-91)

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