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Examination: Pissarro's Woman and Child at the Well
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Share a quiet moment with this domestic servant and child as they rest near a well in the rustic community of Eragny, France.
Introduction: Renoir's Acrobats at the Cirque Fernando (Francisca and Angelina Wartenberg)
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An introduction to Renoir's charming and innocent portrayal of sister acrobats in The Cirque Fernando.
Overview: Monet's House at Argenteuil
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An overview of Monet's success in the early 1870s and a look at the artist's sunny depiction of his family at home in the garden.
Video: Renoir's Two Sisters (On the Terrace)
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Tour Renoir's painting of two girls on a restaurant terrace and learn about the artist's use of color and brushwork.
Video: Renoir's <em>Two Sisters (On the Terrace)</em>
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.
Video: Cassatt and Caring for Children
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: Renoir's Circus Acrobats
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Meet the sister acrobats as they gather oranges from the appreciative crowd after their performance.
Video: Renoir's Circus Acrobats
Introduction: Sargent's Watercolor Techniques in Workmen at Carrara
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An introduction to Morisot's involvement with the Impressionists and a look at the subjects she selected from her own environment to depict.
Introduction: Degas' Uncle and Niece
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An introduction to Degas's penetrating double portrait of his young cousin Lucie and her uncle Henri, brought together under difficult circumstances.
Overview: Renoir's Two Sisters (On the Terrace)
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An overview of Renoir's technical and compositional masterpiece that celebrates the beauty of spring and the promise of youth.
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