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Mary Cassatt au Louvre, Musée des Antiques (Mary Cassatt at the Louvre: The Etruscan Gallery)
Mary Cassatt au Louvre, Musée des Antiques (Mary Cassatt at the Louvre: The Etruscan Gallery)
Artist:
Date:
1879–1880
Location:
Not on display
Century:
Media:
Aquatint, Drypoint, Soft-ground Etching, And Etching With Burnishing
Dimensions:
Plate: 268 x 236 mm (10 9/16 x 9 5/16 in.)
Department:
Object Type:
Country:
Continent:
Europe
Provenance:

Provenance: A stamp in red ink LR recto: ATELIER ED. DEGAS (L.657);
The entry in the binder indicates that this work was reproduced in a
catalogue: Exhibition of Fine Prints from Mantegna to Matisse,
November - December, 1970, No. 149 (the ctatalogue is not available
at the time of completing this record); the number "149" is inscribed in
graphite verso;
The sheet, verso, has tape glued along the L and U edges;

269 x 236 mm.; D. 30-VI/VI; A 53, R-S.57/IX. (From Catalogue: Exhibition of Fine Prints from Mantegna to Matisse, November-December 1970, no. 149, repr.) See: Catalogue Raisonne by Lois Delteil, 1919. Also, Adhemar, Jean & Francoise Cachin: Edgar Degas (Paris, 1973).
Exhibitions:
FAMSF, deY: Impressions of an Era, 1994;
TREASURES95

Accession Number:
1971.29.3
Acquisition Date:
1971-01-01
Credit Line:

Museum purchase, Achenbach Foundation for Graphic Arts Endowment Fund

Exhibition History:

de Young, Impressions of an Era: Paris 1870 - 1914, 20 July 1994 - 1 Jan 1995.

Japanesque: The Japanese Print in the Era of Impressionism
CPLH Temporary Exhibition Galleries
October 16, 2010 - January 9, 2011

Impressionist Paris: City of Light
Legion of Honor, June 5-September 26, 2010

CPLH, Artists' Portraits and Self Portraits, Dec 20, 1975 - Feb 29, 1976.

CPLHG, 20 years of collecting: master prints from the AFGA, 7 March - 14 June 1987.

CPLH, Impressions of an Age: French Printmaking 1870-1890, 29 March - 15 July 1986, #63.

CPLH, Masterowrks from the AFGA, Feb 21 - May 3, 1981.

CPLH, TREASURES, 11 Nov 1995 - 3 March 1996.

Mary Cassatt in a gallery of antiquities at the Louvre; she is seen from the rear leaning on an umbrella; she has a seated female companion (her sister Lydia) who holds a guidebook