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Cassatt, Wright and Delacroix
An analysis of Mary Cassatt's painting, "The Bath," Frank Lloyd Wright's design for Fallingwater and Eugene Delacroix's "Liberty Leading the People."
# 120586 | 2,000 words | 18 sources | APA | 2008 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2008 in Art (Painting) , Art (Other Mediums) , Architecture (General)

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This paper provides three essays on art. The first discusses Mary Cassatt's painting "The Bath," including the variety of influences on her unique style. The second provides an account of the meaning behind Frank Lloyd Wright's use of line, color, space and other architectural elements in his design for Fallingwater. The third provides a discussion of the personal appeal for the author in Eugene Delacroix's "Liberty Leading the People."

From the Paper:

"Mary Cassatt was a lone American among the French impressionists. Her influence from impressionism and her intimate familiarity with the techniques of Japanese prints led to her series of works featuring women in intimate or personal experiences. Of these paintings, "The Bath" is an oil on canvas that features a mother giving her female daughter a hand bath. This analysis will discuss the various styles employed in the work by Cassatt who Christopher labels a sponge..."

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