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Conference: Edgar Degas and Mary Cassatt
What do an American banker's daughter of distant French ancestry have in common with the son of an American of Creole origin? The passion for painting and all other forms of expression, rigor, character, intransigence. Mary Cassatt and Edgar Degas are forty years of friendship, estrangement, admiration, recognition.
It is the crossed journey of these two figures of Impressionism that Fabrice Roy proposes to experience in this conference...