Extended Ep: Woman with a Sunflower by Mary Cassatt
A Long Look Podcast
Woman with a Sunflower looks like one of Mary Cassatt’s charming domestic scenes. But when she painted this in 1905, times were changing and this is actually a bold statement of women’s rights! In this episode, art historian Nikki Georgopulos joins us to share the secret of the sunflower, and how her research led to the painting’s original name being restored. “A Long Look” theme is “Ascension” by Ron Gelinas https://youtu.be/jGEdNSNkZoo Episode theme is “Prelude no. 4 in F major” composed by Gabriel Fauré. Courtesy of musopen. org https://musopen.org/music/7934-9-preludes-op-103/ Closing theme is “Give the Ballot to the Mothers” courtesy of Smithsonian Folkways. https://folkways.si.edu/explore Artwork information Woman with a Sunflower https://www.nga.gov/collection/art-object-page.46573.html Nikki Georgopolus blog post https://www.nga.gov/blog/cassatt-suffragist-symbolism.html
Mary Cassatt walked into an artistic rebellion and became one of the three great ladies ‘Les Trois grandes dammes’ of the Impressionist movement. She made such an impact on the movement, that her work was described at the time as ‘as good as a man’s.’ Which is a reminder of the difficulty female artists faced, but how highly regarded she was during the movement. Impressionism is very much about the moment - and in Cassatt’s case, the moment was often scenes in everyday life, of women and children in various domestic and urban settings, both indoors, and in the open air. HSBC proudly presents “Beyond the Frame” a look behind the bigger picture of some of the world’s most important Impressionist art. In this season we’re looking at the rebellion of the French Impressionists – it wasn’t all dreamy brushwork, but a movement that was rife with bravery, breaking stereotypes, and smashing perceptions. Across this series, we go back 150 years to discover some of the surprising stories behind 6 iconic impressionist artworks, -- one painting per episode. Warning: this isn’t your usual art history series. If you like what you hear in your “Beyond the Frame” experience, see these renowned artworks for yourself in the National Gallery of Victoria’s exhibition French Impressionism from the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, proudly supported by HSBC. Open now until October 3. For tickets visit ngv.melbourne More info at hsbc.com.au/beyond-the-frame-podcastSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Today is the 177th birthday of artist Mary Cassatt. The world is a better place because she was in it and still feels the loss that she has left.This episode is also available as a blog post: http://waldina.com/2021/05/22/happy-177th-birthday-mary-cassatt/--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/waldina/message
Esta vez les contamos la historia de Mary Cassatt. La artista nació en una época en la que las mujeres no tenían acceso a los mismos lugares que los hombres. Ella no podía entrar tras bambalinas en la ópera para pintar a las bailarinas, como tantas veces lo hizo su amigo el pintor Edgar Degas. También hubiera sido muy mal visto que siendo una señorita de alta sociedad, retratara actrices y prostitutas como lo hizo Tolousse-Lautrec. Lo que sí podía hacer y lo hizo de un modo maravilloso fue representar al universo de las mujeres que hasta ese momento no había sido considerado ni interesante, ni digno de ser representado por medio del arte. Así que fue Cassatt, junto con otras artistas de su época quienes mostraron el trabajo, cariño y paciencia de las madres de su tiempo y de todos los tiempos. Bibliografía Art Institute of Chicago. “The Child’s Bath.” [Internet]. Accesible en https://www.artic.edu/artworks/111442/the-child-s-bath [28 de abril, 2021]. Bochicchio, Sarah. (2017). Artsy. “Mary Cassatt Painted Domestic Life in a Way Male Impressionists Couldn’t.” [Internet]. Accesible en https://www.artsy.net/article/artsy-editorial-mary-cassatt-painted-domestic-life-way-male-impressionists [27 de abril, 2021].Borromeo, Linda (2018). “Mary Cassatt and the Vanishing Mural.” [Internet]. Accesible en https://www.lindaborromeo.com/post/2018/02/01/mary-cassatt-and-the-vanishing-mural [27 de abril, 2021].Chernick, Karen. (2017). Artsy. “How Mary Cassatt’s Brother Introduced French Impressionism to Americans.”[Internet]. Accesible en https://www.artsy.net/article/artsy-editorial-mary-cassatts-brother-introduced-french-impressionism-americans [28 de abril, 2021]. Google Arts & Culture. “10 Things You Might Not Know About Mary Cassatt.” [Internet]. Accesible en https://artsandculture.google.com/story/10-things-you-might-not-know-about-mary-cassatt/1wJSL2AtXwWJJA [27 de abril, 2021]. Madsen, Annelise K.(2020).The Art Institute of Chicago. “Cassatt’s Modern Vision of the Everyday: The Child’s Bath.” [Internet]. Accesible enhttps://www.artic.edu/articles/818/cassatts-modern-vision-of-the-everyday-2 [30 de abril, 2021].National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. (n.d) Mary Cassatt — Selected Paintings. [Internet]. Accesible en https://www.nga.gov/features/slideshows/mary-cassatt-selected-paintings.html?view=grid [26 de abril, 2021]. Paton, Kathleen (2020). “Mary Cassatt at The Met. The work of the celebrated American-born Impressionist offers multiple themes to explore.” [Internet]. Accesible en https://www.metstoreblog.org/mary-cassatt-at-the-met/ [ 28 de abril, 2021].Pollock, Griselda. (2018). Frieze. “The Overlooked Radicalism of Impressionist Mary Cassatt”. [Internet]. Accesible en https://www.frieze.com/article/overlooked-radicalism-impressionist-mary-cassatt [26 de abril, 2021].White, Margie. (2014). American Girls Art Club In Paris. . . and Beyond. “Mary Cassatt Chicago Mural.” [Internet]. AccesCorte Musical : Blue Danube Waltz de Johann Strauss
Best known for her portrayal of domestic scenes as well as the intimate bond between a mother and child, she loved to use bright colors and an unabashed realistic style. She was a leading artist in the Impressionist movement in the latter 1800s and known as one of “les trois grande dames” of Impressionism (along with Berthe Morisot and Marie Bracquemond). In this episode, we talk about Mary Cassatt.
Join Kait and Diane as they discuss Mary Cassatt, a female American painter in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. A Mandoline Player https://i.pinimg.com/originals/3e/5d/ab/3e5dabe7cf1dc95125bd4d56445b3ade.jpg Little Girl in a Blue Armchair https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/9/9c/Cassat_-_Blue_Armchair_NGA.jpg/1200px-Cassat_-_Blue_Armchair_NGA.jpg A Child's Bath https://secure.img1-fg.wfcdn.com/im/59848757/compr-r85/2788/27882613/the-childs-bath-1893-by-mary-cassatt-framed-painting-print.jpg The Boating Party https://images.fineartamerica.com/images-medium-large/the-boating-party-mary-cassatt.jpg Mother and Child https://imgc.artprintimages.com/img/print/mother-and-child_u-l-pgjycu0.jpg?h=550&p=0&w=550&background=fbfbfb Mother and Child https://www.paintingmania.com/arts/mary-cassatt/large/mother-child-oval-mirror-17_7918.jpg?version=11.10.08
MARY CASSATT - Vida e Arte (Impressionismo: Episódio 02)
Vênus em Arte
Hello, hello, pessoal, eu sou Luly Lage e esse podcast do Vênus em Arte, trazendo visibilidade feminina na história da arte! A primeira artistas da nossa série sobre as impressionistas é a principal delas: Mary Cassatt! Uma americana de grande nome em Paris, retratista, feminista apoiadora do sufrágio e que produziu muito, em diversos materiais e durante quase toda sua vida. Visite o canal em http://youtube.com/VenusEmArte/ Instagram do VeA: @venusemarte.canal Para me conhecer melhor: Blog: http://sweetluly.expressorosa.com/ Loja: http://expressorosa.iluria.com/ Twitter: http://twitter.com/lulylage Instagram: http://instagram.com/lulylage
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