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The celebrated Impressionist, known to some as Mary or Marie Cassatt, sought strength not elegance in her portraiture. She was born in a country whose people made their own rules and lived by them. Her father violently objected to her choice of artist as a career, declaring to his daughter, “I’d rather see you dead.”
Discover the life and works of the American expatriate and painter of the avant-garde, Mary Cassatt, famous for her depictions of women across generations, in lives both public and private. Presented by Professor Karri Fritz-Klaus of Cornerstone History Symposium.
Join us for the second lecture in a five part series. Mark your calendars for the remaining presentations (1/10, 2/7, 3/7, 4/4). All programs begin at 6:30 p.m. Free to attend. No registration required.