Mary Cassatt: Looking into the Hand Mirror


Looking into the Hand Mirror
c. 1905
Mary Cassatt
American, 1844-1926

Mary Cassatt is a major Impressionist painter and one of the most significant American artists. She exhibited side by side with Renoir, Monet, and her friend, Degas. Cassatt received France’s highest honor, the Legion of Honor, and was also a member of the National Academy of Design. Cassatt is perhaps best known for her images of mothers and children. Her work is found in many museums including the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Museum of Fine Art Boston, and the National Gallery of Art.

Private collection of Michele Bechtell and Edward Fritzi

The OU Museum of Art is closed for the holidays. We will be back Feb. 11 with a new exhibit: "Beloved Community: African American Artists in Atlanta Collections."