Definition of Cassatt, Mary in English:

Cassatt, Mary

Syllabification: Cas·satt, Mary
Pronunciation: /kəˈsat
 
/
( 1844–1926), US painter. Known for her draftsmanship, etching, and dry-point studies, she was persuaded by Edgar Degas to exhibit with the impressionists. She worked mostly in Paris, and her paintings, including Lady at the Tea Table (1885), display a close interest in everyday subject matter.

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