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Impressionist artists -- United States

View Resource National Gallery of Art Tour: American Impressionists of the Late 1800s and Early 1900s

This small but appealing, online collection of American paintings gives insight into the history, techniques, and cultural position of the American Impressionists who, while following the styles of their French masters, departed from the continental Impressionists in terms of subject, favoring "portrayals of well-dressed, well-mannered high society." The site provides brief histories of each...
View Resource Childe Hassam, American Impressionist

The American Impressionists continue to get their due in this compelling retrospective that highlights the work of Childe Hassam, a painter who lived from 1859 to 1935. Sponsored by the Metropolitan Museum of Art, this website complements an exhibition that is going on through September 2004, and is the first major exhibit of Hassam's work since 1972. Sponsored by the Peter Jay Sharp Foundation...
View Resource Daring Methods: The Prints of Mary Cassatt

In 2013, the New York Public Library put on an exhibition of prints, in a variety of mediums, created by Mary Cassatt between 1878 to 1898. The show began with Cassatt's first attempts at printmaking, and "culminates with her highly accomplished and technically dazzling color prints.” The prints gathered for the exhibition can still be viewed online at this website from NYPL, although not in the...