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Many of Cassatt’s paintings capture the activities of the upper class, which during her time included frequent visits to the theater. In this scene the woman sits with her profile toward the viewer as she looks through a pair of opera glasses and leans slightly forward to get a better view of the performers on stage. Although the other audience members in the background are rendered in loose brushstrokes, a man in another seat much farther away can be seen pointing his opera glasses directly toward the woman and the viewer and propping his elbow on the ledge to stabilize himself. Through this composition Cassatt explores the idea of simultaneously viewing and being viewed.
SKU: 64012
Creator: Mary Cassatt
Date: 1878
Original Medium: oil on canvas
Original Size: 32 x 26 in.
Location: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

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Many of Cassatt’s paintings capture the activities of the upper class, which during her time included frequent visits to the theater. In this scene the woman sits with her profile toward the viewer as she looks through a pair of opera glasses and leans slightly forward to get a better view of the performers on stage. Although the other audience members in the background are rendered in loose brushstrokes, a man in another seat much farther away can be seen pointing his opera glasses directly toward the woman and the viewer and propping his elbow on the ledge to stabilize himself. Through this composition Cassatt explores the idea of simultaneously viewing and being viewed.
SKU: 64012
Creator: Mary Cassatt
Date: 1878
Original Medium: oil on canvas
Original Size: 32 x 26 in.
Location: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

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