Saturday, January 4, 2020

Mary Cassatt: Prints and Drawings from the Artist's Studio

Category: Books,Arts & Photography,History & Criticism

Mary Cassatt: Prints and Drawings from the Artist's Studio Details

Review "[Cassatt] may have taken fashion and motherhood as her subjects, but she did so with a triumphant post-feminist calm, before feminism itself had been invented . . . Engaging her printwork may be, it is also deft and inventive . . . Mary Cassatt portrays a vastly more experimental artist than the one suggested by her more considered pastels and oils."---Charles Darwent, Times Literary Supplement"For anyone with a special interest in the aesthetics and connoisseurship of modern printmaking, this show and its scrupulously annotated catalog are not to be missed."---Hilton Kramer, New York Observer Read more About the Author Warren Adelson is President of Adelson Galleries and a member of the catalogue raisonné committees for John Singer Sargent and Mary Cassatt. He contributed to, among others, Childe Hassam, Impressionist, Sargent Abroad: Figures and Landscapes, and John Singer Sargent's "El Jaleo." Jay E. Cantor, Director of the Cassatt catalogue raisonné committee, wrote Winterthur and contributed to Childe Hassam, Impressionist. He established the American Paintings Department at Christie's and was founding president of the Georgia O'Keeffe Museum in Santa Fe. Susan Pinsky and Marc Rosen are private art dealers and experts in prints and drawings. Pinsky was Director of Sotheby's Print Department in New York from 1988 to 1992. Rosen reorganized Sotheby's Print Department and became senior expert in the Department of Impressionist and Modern Paintings, Drawings and Sculpture. Barbara Stern Shapiro is Curator for Special Projects at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Her publications include contributions to Camille Pissarro, Pleasures of Paris: Daumier to Picasso, and Mary Cassatt: The Color Prints. Read more

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Mary Cassatt is a printmaking beast (which is a positive thing). Her drypoint etchings are beautiful and sensitive and her colored aquatints are amazing. GREAT GREAT GREATAlso, there a good reproductions which is probably what you are wondering.

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