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Mary Cassatt
Selected Works



"The misunderstanding in art has arisen from the fact that forty years ago -- to be exact thirty-nine years ago -- when Degas and Monet, Renoir and I first exhibited, the public did not understand, only the 'Úlite' bought and time has proved their knowledge. Though the Public in those days did not understand, the artists did. ... Now the Public say -- the foreign public -- Degas and the others were laughed at; well, we will be wiser than they."
- letter to Ellen Mary Cassatt, 26 March 1913

Selected Works

Helene de Septeuil
In The Garden
In The Omnibus
Interior of a Tramway Passing a Bridge
Jules Being Dried by His Mother
Jules Standing by His Mother
Lady at the Tea Table
Lady with a Fan
Leontine in a Pink Fluffy Hat
Lilacs in a Window
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