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Overview: Monet's Breakthrough to Impressionism
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Learn why this painting has been called the "first Impressionist landscape."
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
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.
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.
Overview: Ensor's Career and Figurative Drawing
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An overview of Ensor's artistic career and his figure drawings of individuals engaged in mundane, domestic activities.
Introduction: Cassatt's Evening
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An introduction to Cassatt's printmaking technique and her interest in capturing the daily activities of modern life.
Overview: Vallotton's Career and Portraiture
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An introduction to the Nabis artist's portrait of his wife and her niece, known to have been based on a photograph.
Overview: Cezanne's Career and Portrait of his Wife
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An exploration of Cezanne's straightforward, unadorned portrait of his wife.
Claude Monet's On the Bank of the Seine, Bennecourt, 1868
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Discussion questions and activities for home and classroom about Monet's early work, often regarded as the first Impressioninst landscape.
Analysis: Cezanne's Madame Cezanne in a Yellow Armchair
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An analysis of Cezanne's depiction of his wife and an examination of the structure and color of the portrait.

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