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Mary Cassatt was a strong and opinionated feminist as well as a talented artist who changed her styles significantly through as her interests changed A Schooling----Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts in PhiladelphiaIV Cassatts Influences and Her Changes in Style3 impressionistic styles and theories 2 examples of people who were part of the movementB Japanese drypoint and its theoriesB Why she painted the subjects she didVII The Publics Opinion of Her-----not well appreciated back homeVIII Cassatts View on Womens Issues and How They Relate to Her Art A Competitive and self assured feminist aware of difficulties she would face as a woman artist and was persistent in the face of adversity B Gave the women in her paintings meaning unlike traditional styles B Sum up Cassatts contributions and views DEmidio 1 Mary Stevenson Cassatt was a strong and opinionated feminist as well as a talented artist who changed her style significantly as her life changed Cassatts start meeting Degas her influences work significance to the Gilded Age the publics opinion and views on womens issues were major segments of her life She contributed much to the worldCassatt schooling began at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts in Philadelphia around 1861 Her father suggested she went to that academy This was not what she wanted none of the great masters were at the academy She wanted to study the masters and copy their paintings in order to learn She went anyway because she was wise in the ways of her family Her experience was actually even worse than she expected it to be Carson 5 Cassatt wanted to become professional artist which meant making money 4 She then traveled to Europe and settled in Paris in 1874 She studied in the major museums of Europe In that year she had
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