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  • 1844 - 1926
    Life of the American impressionist painter Mary Cassatt.
  • 22 May 1844
    The impressionist painter Mary Cassatt is born in Allegheny City (now Pittsburgh).
  • 1865
    The impressionist painter Mary Cassatt moves to Paris.
  • 1874
    Mary Cassatt's 'During the Carnival' is accepted by the Paris Salon.
  • 1877
    The Paris Salon rejects a submission by Mary Cassatt who now explores alternative ways to exhibit her art.
  • 1879
    Mary Cassatt participates in the Fourth Impressionist Exhibition in Paris.
  • 1879
    Mary Cassatt paints her 'Woman with a Pearl Necklace in a Loge'.
  • 1880
    Mary Cassatt pariticiaptes in the Fifth Impressionist Exhibition in Paris.
  • 1881
    Mary Cassatt participates in the Sixth Impressionist Exhibition in Paris.
  • 1886
    Mary Cassatt participates in the Eighth Impressionist Exhibition in Paris.
  • c. 1890
    Mary Cassatt creates her celebrated pastel on paper, 'Mother and Child'.
  • 1891
    The art dealer Durand-Ruel organises a solo exhibition in Paris for Mary Cassatt.
  • 1893
    The art dealer Durand-Ruel organises a second and even bigger solo exhibition in Paris for Mary Cassatt.
  • 1894
    Mary Cassatt makes her home at Château de Beaufresne in Le Mesnil-Théribus in northern France.
  • 1895
    The art dealer Durand-Ruel organises a solo exhibition in New York for Mary Cassatt.
  • 14 Jun 1926
    The impressionist painter Mary Cassatt dies in Paris.
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