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review Mary Cassatt 109 Ö Mary Cassatt was a headstrong determined girl She wanted to be an artist in 1860 a time when proper girls certainly weren't artists It wasn't polite But Mary herself wasn't polite She pursued art with a passion moving to Paris to study painting what she saw Her work was rejected by the Salon judges time and time again One day the great paintMary Cassatt was a headstrong determined girl She wanted to be an artist in 1860 a time when proper girls certainly weren't artists It wasn't polite But Mary herself wasn't polite She pursued art with a passion moving to Pa. Here's an opportunity to praise an editor Christy Ottaviano at Henry Holt must have been the one who paired Gabi Swiatkowska with Barbara Herkert's picture book script about Mary Cassatt at the very least she's the one who signed off on it And it's a genius matchup Here's whyMy review is on unadulteratedus

Mary CassattMary Cassatt was a headstrong determined girl She wanted to be an artist in 1860 a time when proper girls certainly weren't artists It wasn't polite But Mary herself wasn't polite She pursued art with a passion moving to Pa. Here's an opportunity to praise an editor Christy Ottaviano at Henry Holt must have been the one who paired Gabi Swiatkowska with Barbara Herkert's picture book script about Mary Cassatt at the very least she's the one who signed off on it And it's a genius matchup Here's whyMy review is on unadulteratedus

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Barbara Herkert ì 9 review Ris to study painting what she saw Her work was rejected by the Salon judges time and time again One day the great painter Edgar Degas invited her to join him and his group of independent artists those who flouted the rules. I loved this book The story of Mary Cassatt flowed through the pages very nicely and her paintings are amazing It showed a few examples of her art in the book I also learned a lot about the artist that I didn't know before including how she and Degas were friends and never married His work inspired her and she joined his group of Impressionists Lovely book I recommend reading this if you want to know some uick things about her life and how she became the artist with beautiful paintings we see today all over the world I was also pleasantly surprised she was from Pennsylvania and moved to France with her family when she was seven years old Then went to art school in America when she was around sixteen and eventually moved back to France when she was twenty one years old Her life sounds amazing The little biography at the end of the book was a nice touch as well