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Examination: Robinson's The Valley of Arconville
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An examination of the American artist's landscape and his transition to the Impressionist style.
Introduction: Homer's Depiction of Contemporary American Pastime
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A look at one of five paintings that Homer made of the fashionable pastime from England in which women could compete with men.
Introduction: Cezanne's Madame Cezanne in a Yellow Armchair
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An introduction to one of Cézanne's many portraits of his wife, with emphasis on the painting's formal qualities and psychological intensity.
Introduction: Degas's Portrayal of Mary Cassatt
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An introduction to Degas's goals and processes as a printmaker and a look at one of his most technically complex prints of his friend and fellow artist, Mary Cassatt.
Introduction: Degas's Spanish Dance
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An introduction to one of two known sculptural studies by the artist treating a Spaninsh theme.
Overview: Lemmen's Portrait of the Artist's Sister
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An exploration of Lemmen's painting technique and his ability to create a decorative field of color and express his sister's personality.
Introduction: Mancini's Painting Style and Career
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An overview of the Italian artist's painting style and career and an examination of the almost sculptural qualilty of this intimate painting.
Overview: Manet's Portrait of Berth Morisot
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An overview of Manet's depictions of Berthe Morisot, with a focus on this delicate watercolor of the fellow artist in an eccentric pose.
Introduction: Degas's Yellow Dancers
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An introduction to Degas's preoccupation with dancers, and a formal analysis of one of his oil paintings dealing with the subject.
Overview: Caillebotte's Paris Street, Rainy Day
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Learn about Caillebotte's large-scale painting of modern Paris and the artist's role among the Impressionists.
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