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An introduction for young readers to Mary Cassatt's The Child's Bath, 1893. Explore the tender moment between the woman and child and hunt for patterns in this painting inspired by Japanese prints.
An introduction to Caillebotte's contribution as an artist and art collector and a study of his monumental painting Paris Street; Rainy Day and its likely influence on Georges Seurat.
Childe Hassam painted numerous views of late nineteenth-century seaside resorts. This entry examines two New England landscapes that offer an opimistic view of the North American tourist landscape...
Learn how Monet challenged the traditional technical and compositional standards of painting in this unconventional beach scene and lay the foundation for the style that would become Impressionism.
An in-depth look at the aging artist's large-scale painting of the lily-dappled surface of his Giverny pond.
An in-depth look at Monet's landscapes from the second half of the 1860s, including The Beach at Sainte-Addresse and On the Bank of the Seine, Bennecourt.
This screen portrays a ship arriving in Japan from Portugal with European merchants in pantaloons and broad-brimmed hats bearing exotic products. The Japanese, in long, flowing patterned robes and...
Artwork Resource Packet: <em>Southern Barbarians (Namban byobu)</em>
In The Herring Net (1885), Winslow Homer captures the conflict between man and nature in his depiction of two fishermen hauling in a herring net amidst a stormy and powerful seascape. This...
Artwork Resource Packet: <em>The Herring Net</em> by Winslow Homer
Discussion questions and activities for Monet's Post-Impressionist painting that borders on abstraction.
Discussion questions and activities for home and classroom about Monet's early work, often regarded as the first Impressioninst landscape.
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