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Video: Caillebotte and the Streets of Paris
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An overview of Caillebotte's interest in the new, wide boulevards of Paris.
Video: Caillebotte and the Streets of Paris
Video: Caillebotte as Supporter of the Arts
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Learn about Caillebotte's financial and emotional support of fellow artists and his bequest of his art collection to go, upon his death, to the French state.
Video: Caillebotte as Supporter of the Arts
Video: Caillebotte Urban Expressionist
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Caillebotte Urban Expressionist. This Art Institute of Chicago produced video profiles the life and art of Gustave Caillebotte.
Video: Caillebotte Urban Expressionist
Video: Cassatt and Caring for Children
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An introduction to Cassatt's interest in the theme of adults caring for children, with a focus on the nurturing moment in her painting, The Child's Bath.
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Video: Cassatt and Children
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A look at the changing views on children and childrearing in the 1880s and Cassatt's increasing interest in painting children and their caregivers.
Video: Cassatt and Children
Video: Cassatt and Printmaking
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An introduction to Cassatt's series of prints, inspired by Japanese woodblock prints, of scenes from a woman's daily life.
Video: Cassatt and Printmaking
Video: Cassatt and the Modern Woman
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An introduction to Cassatt's paintings of women involved in morning activities in the privacy of their bourgeois homes.
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Video: Cassatt in the Paris Art World
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Hear how Cassatt succeeded in the Paris art world as both a painter and graphic artist.
Video: Cassatt in the Paris Art World
Video: Chalk Resist
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See another Prout's Neck watercolor in which Homer made extensive use of chalk resist.
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Video: Chinoiserie Secretary Cabinet
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As a result of the series of trade routes known as the Silk Road, Europeans had long been fascinated with goods from East Asia. Trade in Chinese and Japanese silks, porcelains, and lacquer, which had...
Video: Chinoiserie Secretary Cabinet
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