gouche on paper 23x17in
Metropolitan Museum of Art, NY
Cassatt painted very few self portraits, and this one is special because it shows how her work changed after she decided to please herself rather than the Salon jury. Her technique became more freer and even experimented with different materilas. Here she painted with opaque watercolors, called gouche.
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