Thomas Eakins and Mary Cassatt Essay

Thomas Eakins and Mary Cassatt
This paper discusses the lives of Thomas Eakins and Mary Cassatt along with summaries of some of their works.
# 2686 | 2,476 words | 4 sources | 2001 | US
Published on Sep 21, 2003 in Art (Artists) , Art (History)


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A paper discussing Thomas Eakins and Mary Cassatt, along with some brief descriptions of selected works. Short biographies are given of both artists. The author mentions the style of each artists.

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"From the late 1860s to the late 1880s a French art movement flourished. Derived from Monet's painting Impression, this worldwide movement was called Impressionism. Impressionists painted mainly of modern-day subjects in the open air. They used a lot of bright colored paints (little drawing) and aimed to capture the effects of light. Two great American artists of this time were Thomas Eakins and Mary Cassatt. Thomas Eakins was born on July 25, 1844 in Philadelphia. His father was a writer from which he inherited a lot of talent. He also learned to love the outdoors from his father and his childhood. He was very outgoing and did exceptionally well in school. Eakins especially loved science and math, which he enjoyed using later in his career."

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