New painting this week

Just one clue to find the author of the painting in the header.

  • I saw the painting hang at the Art Institute of Chicago, in the American section.

It’s easy to find out! Let’s see if you come up soon with the the author’s and the painting’s name.

I love this painting, it makes me feel peaceful. How does it make you feel?

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9 Responses to New painting this week

  1. Alicia Urbano says:

    I have already found the painter of the new painting. She’s a woman, her name is Mary Cassat.

  2. Alicia Urbano says:

    The painting is calling “The Child’s Bath”, and this is what it represents.
    The date of creation is 1893.

    http://www.artic.edu/artaccess/AA_Impressionist/pages/IMP_6.shtml

    Mary Cassat was born in Pennsylvania on May 22th, 1844, and died on June 14th, 1926 in Château de Beaufresne, near Paris. She was an American painter and she was the original Impressionist group.

    Others Mary Cassat’s paintings:

    Berta with her Daughter
    The caress
    The Toy
    Corner in the Orchestra

  3. Mar says:

    Wow Alicia, you’re so FAST! I can’t time to discovered the paint!

    Congratulations 🙂

  4. maria and fernando says:

    we have found the name of the author of the picture that is at the header
    her name is Mary Stevenson Cassatt and the picture is called
    The Child´s bath.

  5. Mar says:

    Is true that the biggest Egyptian museum is in England?

    • Laura says:

      I don’t think so. It’s in El Cairo, but I might be wrong!
      In London is one of the biggest archaeological museums in the world, the British Museum.

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