Mary Cassatt, Young Girl at a Window (detail), c. 1883–1884. Oil paint on canvas; 39-1/2 x 25-1/2 in. National Gallery of Art, Washington DC: Corcoran Collection, museum Purchase, Gallery Fund. Image courtesy National Gallery of Art, Washington. Public Domain.

Mary, Louisine, and Bertha: Three American Women Who Put Impressionism on the Map

with arts and humanities instructor Giulia Bernardini

Mary Cassatt, Young Girl at a Window (detail), c. 1883–1884. Oil paint on canvas; 39-1/2 x 25-1/2 in. National Gallery of Art, Washington DC: Corcoran Collection, museum Purchase, Gallery Fund. Image courtesy National Gallery of Art, Washington. Public Domain.

Giulia Bernardini, MA, is an Italian-American actress and a senior instructor of art history and humanities at the University of Colorado at Boulder. A regular guest lecturer at the Denver Art Museum and in the Boulder/Denver area on the art of the Italian renaissance and baroque and on the Parisian belle époque, she is also the founder of Wonderfeast, a boutique art travel company that specializes in on-site art, food, and culture seminars in the European cities where she grew up. To find out more about upcoming lectures or about joining Giulia in 2022 in Rome or Paris, visit www.wonderfeast.com or email her at giulia@wonderfeast.com.

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