Definition of Mary Cassatt from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary

 

Mary Cassatt

 
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(1844-1926) a US artist known especially for her paintings of mothers and children. She worked mostly in France, where she was a student of Degas and became a member of the Impressionist group. One of her most famous paintings is Woman Bathing (1891).