Mary Cassatt

Mary Cassatt, an American artist whose painting depicted many mother/child tender interactions, lived much of her life in France and once declared–“I am independent! I can live alone and I love to work.”  I photographed this marker to her during my recent trip to Pittsburgh, PA.  Cassatt and her patron Louisine Hayemeyer are on my list of famous female friendships.

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