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Young Girl with a Cat (Julie Manet) [Fillette au Chat (Julie Manet)]

Berthe Morisot (French, 1841–1895)

c. 1889

Medium drypoint Measurements H: 16 1/4 x W: 15 in. (41.28 x 38.1 cm) Credit Gift of the Fritsche Family: Joe, Louise, Karen, and Nancy Accession Number 2014.76 Location Gallery 7, Scaife Galleries

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Known primarily for her paintings of domestic life, Berthe Morisot began experimenting with printmaking in the late 1880s at the encouragement of her Impressionist colleagues. In this drypoint, Morisot lightly sketches her daughter, Julie Manet, a frequent subject of her works. She was Morisot’s only child and the niece of Édouard Manet. Beginning around 1888, Morisot made 12 known etching and drypoint plates, which were deposited with renowned publisher Ambroise Vollard after her death in 1895. Vollard had small editions of her plates printed. The two dots, at the upper center and the lower center, indicate that the print belongs to the posthumous edition produced by Vollard.

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Title: Label, Scaife, 2014.76; Morisot, Berthe; Young Girl with a Cat (Julie Manet) [Fillette au Chat (Julie Manet)], c. 1889
Known primarily for her paintings of domestic life, Berthe Morisot began experimenting with printmaking in the late 1880s at the encouragement of her Impressionist colleagues. In this drypoint, Morisot lightly sketches her daughter, Julie Manet, a frequent subject of her works. She was Morisot’s only child and the niece of Édouard Manet. Beginning around 1888, Morisot made 12 known etching and drypoint plates, which were deposited with renowned publisher Ambroise Vollard after her death in 1895. Vollard had small editions of her plates printed. The two dots, at the upper center and the lower center, indicate that the print belongs to the posthumous edition produced by Vollard.
Date: 2015
Purpose: label
Author: May, Akemi - CMOA

Title: Label, Scaife, 2014.76; Morisot, Berthe; Young Girl with a Cat (Julie Manet) [Fillette au Chat (Julie Manet)], c. 1889
Known primarily for her paintings of domestic life, Berthe Morisot began experimenting with printmaking in the late 1880s at the encouragement of her Impressionist colleagues. In this drypoint, Morisot lightly sketches her daughter, Julie Manet, a frequent subject of her works. She was Morisot’s only child and the niece of Édouard Manet. Beginning around 1888, Morisot made 12 known etching and drypoint plates, which were deposited with renowned publisher Ambroise Vollard after her death in 1895. Vollard had small editions of her plates printed. The two dots, at the upper center and the lower center, indicate that the print belongs to the posthumous edition produced by Vollard.
Date: 2015
Purpose: label
Author: May, Akemi - CMOA

Title: Label, Scaife, 2014.76; Morisot, Berthe; Young Girl with a Cat (Julie Manet) [Fillette au Chat (Julie Manet)], c. 1889
Known primarily for her paintings of domestic life, Berthe Morisot began experimenting with printmaking in the late 1880s at the encouragement of her Impressionist colleagues. In this drypoint, Morisot lightly sketches her daughter, Julie Manet, a frequent subject of her works. She was Morisot’s only child and the niece of Édouard Manet. Beginning around 1888, Morisot made 12 known etching and drypoint plates, which were deposited with renowned publisher Ambroise Vollard after her death in 1895. Vollard had small editions of her plates printed. The two dots, at the upper center and the lower center, indicate that the print belongs to the posthumous edition produced by Vollard.
Date: 2015
Purpose: label
Author: May, Akemi - CMOA

Title: Label, Scaife, 2014.76; Morisot, Berthe; Young Girl with a Cat (Julie Manet) [Fillette au Chat (Julie Manet)], c. 1889
Known primarily for her paintings of domestic life, Berthe Morisot began experimenting with printmaking in the late 1880s at the encouragement of her Impressionist colleagues. In this drypoint, Morisot lightly sketches her daughter, Julie Manet, a frequent subject of her works. She was Morisot’s only child and the niece of Édouard Manet. Beginning around 1888, Morisot made 12 known etching and drypoint plates, which were deposited with renowned publisher Ambroise Vollard after her death in 1895. Vollard had small editions of her plates printed. The two dots, at the upper center and the lower center, indicate that the print belongs to the posthumous edition produced by Vollard.
Date: 2015
Purpose: label
Author: May, Akemi - CMOA

Title: Label, Scaife, 2014.76; Morisot, Berthe; Young Girl with a Cat (Julie Manet) [Fillette au Chat (Julie Manet)], c. 1889
Known primarily for her paintings of domestic life, Berthe Morisot began experimenting with printmaking in the late 1880s at the encouragement of her Impressionist colleagues. In this drypoint, Morisot lightly sketches her daughter, Julie Manet, a frequent subject of her works. She was Morisot’s only child and the niece of Édouard Manet. Beginning around 1888, Morisot made 12 known etching and drypoint plates, which were deposited with renowned publisher Ambroise Vollard after her death in 1895. Vollard had small editions of her plates printed. The two dots, at the upper center and the lower center, indicate that the print belongs to the posthumous edition produced by Vollard.
Date: 2015
Purpose: label
Author: May, Akemi - CMOA

Title: Label, Scaife, 2014.76; Morisot, Berthe; Young Girl with a Cat (Julie Manet) [Fillette au Chat (Julie Manet)], c. 1889
Known primarily for her paintings of domestic life, Berthe Morisot began experimenting with printmaking in the late 1880s at the encouragement of her Impressionist colleagues. In this drypoint, Morisot lightly sketches her daughter, Julie Manet, a frequent subject of her works. She was Morisot’s only child and the niece of Édouard Manet. Beginning around 1888, Morisot made 12 known etching and drypoint plates, which were deposited with renowned publisher Ambroise Vollard after her death in 1895. Vollard had small editions of her plates printed. The two dots, at the upper center and the lower center, indicate that the print belongs to the posthumous edition produced by Vollard.
Date: 2015
Purpose: label
Author: May, Akemi - CMOA

Title: Label, Scaife, 2014.76; Morisot, Berthe; Young Girl with a Cat (Julie Manet) [Fillette au Chat (Julie Manet)], c. 1889
Known primarily for her paintings of domestic life, Berthe Morisot began experimenting with printmaking in the late 1880s at the encouragement of her Impressionist colleagues. In this drypoint, Morisot lightly sketches her daughter, Julie Manet, a frequent subject of her works. She was Morisot’s only child and the niece of Édouard Manet. Beginning around 1888, Morisot made 12 known etching and drypoint plates, which were deposited with renowned publisher Ambroise Vollard after her death in 1895. Vollard had small editions of her plates printed. The two dots, at the upper center and the lower center, indicate that the print belongs to the posthumous edition produced by Vollard.
Date: 2015
Purpose: label
Author: May, Akemi - CMOA

Title: Label, Scaife, 2014.76; Morisot, Berthe; Young Girl with a Cat (Julie Manet) [Fillette au Chat (Julie Manet)], c. 1889
Known primarily for her paintings of domestic life, Berthe Morisot began experimenting with printmaking in the late 1880s at the encouragement of her Impressionist colleagues. In this drypoint, Morisot lightly sketches her daughter, Julie Manet, a frequent subject of her works. She was Morisot’s only child and the niece of Édouard Manet. Beginning around 1888, Morisot made 12 known etching and drypoint plates, which were deposited with renowned publisher Ambroise Vollard after her death in 1895. Vollard had small editions of her plates printed. The two dots, at the upper center and the lower center, indicate that the print belongs to the posthumous edition produced by Vollard.
Date: 2015
Purpose: label
Author: May, Akemi - CMOA

Title: Label, Scaife, 2014.76; Morisot, Berthe; Young Girl with a Cat (Julie Manet) [Fillette au Chat (Julie Manet)], c. 1889
Known primarily for her paintings of domestic life, Berthe Morisot began experimenting with printmaking in the late 1880s at the encouragement of her Impressionist colleagues. In this drypoint, Morisot lightly sketches her daughter, Julie Manet, a frequent subject of her works. She was Morisot’s only child and the niece of Édouard Manet. Beginning around 1888, Morisot made 12 known etching and drypoint plates, which were deposited with renowned publisher Ambroise Vollard after her death in 1895. Vollard had small editions of her plates printed. The two dots, at the upper center and the lower center, indicate that the print belongs to the posthumous edition produced by Vollard.
Date: 2015
Purpose: label
Author: May, Akemi - CMOA

Title: Label, Scaife, 2014.76; Morisot, Berthe; Young Girl with a Cat (Julie Manet) [Fillette au Chat (Julie Manet)], c. 1889
Known primarily for her paintings of domestic life, Berthe Morisot began experimenting with printmaking in the late 1880s at the encouragement of her Impressionist colleagues. In this drypoint, Morisot lightly sketches her daughter, Julie Manet, a frequent subject of her works. She was Morisot’s only child and the niece of Édouard Manet. Beginning around 1888, Morisot made 12 known etching and drypoint plates, which were deposited with renowned publisher Ambroise Vollard after her death in 1895. Vollard had small editions of her plates printed. The two dots, at the upper center and the lower center, indicate that the print belongs to the posthumous edition produced by Vollard.
Date: 2015
Purpose: label
Author: May, Akemi - CMOA

Title: Label, Scaife, 2014.76; Morisot, Berthe; Young Girl with a Cat (Julie Manet) [Fillette au Chat (Julie Manet)], c. 1889
Known primarily for her paintings of domestic life, Berthe Morisot began experimenting with printmaking in the late 1880s at the encouragement of her Impressionist colleagues. In this drypoint, Morisot lightly sketches her daughter, Julie Manet, a frequent subject of her works. She was Morisot’s only child and the niece of Édouard Manet. Beginning around 1888, Morisot made 12 known etching and drypoint plates, which were deposited with renowned publisher Ambroise Vollard after her death in 1895. Vollard had small editions of her plates printed. The two dots, at the upper center and the lower center, indicate that the print belongs to the posthumous edition produced by Vollard.
Date: 2015
Purpose: label
Author: May, Akemi - CMOA

Title: Label, Scaife, 2014.76; Morisot, Berthe; Young Girl with a Cat (Julie Manet) [Fillette au Chat (Julie Manet)], c. 1889
Known primarily for her paintings of domestic life, Berthe Morisot began experimenting with printmaking in the late 1880s at the encouragement of her Impressionist colleagues. In this drypoint, Morisot lightly sketches her daughter, Julie Manet, a frequent subject of her works. She was Morisot’s only child and the niece of Édouard Manet. Beginning around 1888, Morisot made 12 known etching and drypoint plates, which were deposited with renowned publisher Ambroise Vollard after her death in 1895. Vollard had small editions of her plates printed. The two dots, at the upper center and the lower center, indicate that the print belongs to the posthumous edition produced by Vollard.
Date: 2015
Purpose: label
Author: May, Akemi - CMOA

Title: Label, Scaife, 2014.76; Morisot, Berthe; Young Girl with a Cat (Julie Manet) [Fillette au Chat (Julie Manet)], c. 1889
Known primarily for her paintings of domestic life, Berthe Morisot began experimenting with printmaking in the late 1880s at the encouragement of her Impressionist colleagues. In this drypoint, Morisot lightly sketches her daughter, Julie Manet, a frequent subject of her works. She was Morisot’s only child and the niece of Édouard Manet. Beginning around 1888, Morisot made 12 known etching and drypoint plates, which were deposited with renowned publisher Ambroise Vollard after her death in 1895. Vollard had small editions of her plates printed. The two dots, at the upper center and the lower center, indicate that the print belongs to the posthumous edition produced by Vollard.
Date: 2015
Purpose: label
Author: May, Akemi - CMOA

Title: Label, Scaife, 2014.76; Morisot, Berthe; Young Girl with a Cat (Julie Manet) [Fillette au Chat (Julie Manet)], c. 1889
Known primarily for her paintings of domestic life, Berthe Morisot began experimenting with printmaking in the late 1880s at the encouragement of her Impressionist colleagues. In this drypoint, Morisot lightly sketches her daughter, Julie Manet, a frequent subject of her works. She was Morisot’s only child and the niece of Édouard Manet. Beginning around 1888, Morisot made 12 known etching and drypoint plates, which were deposited with renowned publisher Ambroise Vollard after her death in 1895. Vollard had small editions of her plates printed. The two dots, at the upper center and the lower center, indicate that the print belongs to the posthumous edition produced by Vollard.
Date: 2015
Purpose: label
Author: May, Akemi - CMOA

Title: Label, Scaife, 2014.76; Morisot, Berthe; Young Girl with a Cat (Julie Manet) [Fillette au Chat (Julie Manet)], c. 1889
Known primarily for her paintings of domestic life, Berthe Morisot began experimenting with printmaking in the late 1880s at the encouragement of her Impressionist colleagues. In this drypoint, Morisot lightly sketches her daughter, Julie Manet, a frequent subject of her works. She was Morisot’s only child and the niece of Édouard Manet. Beginning around 1888, Morisot made 12 known etching and drypoint plates, which were deposited with renowned publisher Ambroise Vollard after her death in 1895. Vollard had small editions of her plates printed. The two dots, at the upper center and the lower center, indicate that the print belongs to the posthumous edition produced by Vollard.
Date: 2015
Purpose: label
Author: May, Akemi - CMOA

Title: Label, Scaife, 2014.76; Morisot, Berthe; Young Girl with a Cat (Julie Manet) [Fillette au Chat (Julie Manet)], c. 1889
Known primarily for her paintings of domestic life, Berthe Morisot began experimenting with printmaking in the late 1880s at the encouragement of her Impressionist colleagues. In this drypoint, Morisot lightly sketches her daughter, Julie Manet, a frequent subject of her works. She was Morisot’s only child and the niece of Édouard Manet. Beginning around 1888, Morisot made 12 known etching and drypoint plates, which were deposited with renowned publisher Ambroise Vollard after her death in 1895. Vollard had small editions of her plates printed. The two dots, at the upper center and the lower center, indicate that the print belongs to the posthumous edition produced by Vollard.
Date: 2015
Purpose: label
Author: May, Akemi - CMOA

Title: Label, Scaife, 2014.76; Morisot, Berthe; Young Girl with a Cat (Julie Manet) [Fillette au Chat (Julie Manet)], c. 1889
Known primarily for her paintings of domestic life, Berthe Morisot began experimenting with printmaking in the late 1880s at the encouragement of her Impressionist colleagues. In this drypoint, Morisot lightly sketches her daughter, Julie Manet, a frequent subject of her works. She was Morisot’s only child and the niece of Édouard Manet. Beginning around 1888, Morisot made 12 known etching and drypoint plates, which were deposited with renowned publisher Ambroise Vollard after her death in 1895. Vollard had small editions of her plates printed. The two dots, at the upper center and the lower center, indicate that the print belongs to the posthumous edition produced by Vollard.
Date: 2015
Purpose: label
Author: May, Akemi - CMOA

Title: Label, Scaife, 2014.76; Morisot, Berthe; Young Girl with a Cat (Julie Manet) [Fillette au Chat (Julie Manet)], c. 1889
Known primarily for her paintings of domestic life, Berthe Morisot began experimenting with printmaking in the late 1880s at the encouragement of her Impressionist colleagues. In this drypoint, Morisot lightly sketches her daughter, Julie Manet, a frequent subject of her works. She was Morisot’s only child and the niece of Édouard Manet. Beginning around 1888, Morisot made 12 known etching and drypoint plates, which were deposited with renowned publisher Ambroise Vollard after her death in 1895. Vollard had small editions of her plates printed. The two dots, at the upper center and the lower center, indicate that the print belongs to the posthumous edition produced by Vollard.
Date: 2015
Purpose: label
Author: May, Akemi - CMOA

Title: Label, Scaife, 2014.76; Morisot, Berthe; Young Girl with a Cat (Julie Manet) [Fillette au Chat (Julie Manet)], c. 1889
Known primarily for her paintings of domestic life, Berthe Morisot began experimenting with printmaking in the late 1880s at the encouragement of her Impressionist colleagues. In this drypoint, Morisot lightly sketches her daughter, Julie Manet, a frequent subject of her works. She was Morisot’s only child and the niece of Édouard Manet. Beginning around 1888, Morisot made 12 known etching and drypoint plates, which were deposited with renowned publisher Ambroise Vollard after her death in 1895. Vollard had small editions of her plates printed. The two dots, at the upper center and the lower center, indicate that the print belongs to the posthumous edition produced by Vollard.
Date: 2015
Purpose: label
Author: May, Akemi - CMOA

Title: Label, Scaife, 2014.76; Morisot, Berthe; Young Girl with a Cat (Julie Manet) [Fillette au Chat (Julie Manet)], c. 1889
Known primarily for her paintings of domestic life, Berthe Morisot began experimenting with printmaking in the late 1880s at the encouragement of her Impressionist colleagues. In this drypoint, Morisot lightly sketches her daughter, Julie Manet, a frequent subject of her works. She was Morisot’s only child and the niece of Édouard Manet. Beginning around 1888, Morisot made 12 known etching and drypoint plates, which were deposited with renowned publisher Ambroise Vollard after her death in 1895. Vollard had small editions of her plates printed. The two dots, at the upper center and the lower center, indicate that the print belongs to the posthumous edition produced by Vollard.
Date: 2015
Purpose: label
Author: May, Akemi - CMOA

Title: Label, Scaife, 2014.76; Morisot, Berthe; Young Girl with a Cat (Julie Manet) [Fillette au Chat (Julie Manet)], c. 1889
Known primarily for her paintings of domestic life, Berthe Morisot began experimenting with printmaking in the late 1880s at the encouragement of her Impressionist colleagues. In this drypoint, Morisot lightly sketches her daughter, Julie Manet, a frequent subject of her works. She was Morisot’s only child and the niece of Édouard Manet. Beginning around 1888, Morisot made 12 known etching and drypoint plates, which were deposited with renowned publisher Ambroise Vollard after her death in 1895. Vollard had small editions of her plates printed. The two dots, at the upper center and the lower center, indicate that the print belongs to the posthumous edition produced by Vollard.
Date: 2015
Purpose: label
Author: May, Akemi - CMOA

Title: Label, Scaife, 2014.76; Morisot, Berthe; Young Girl with a Cat (Julie Manet) [Fillette au Chat (Julie Manet)], c. 1889
Known primarily for her paintings of domestic life, Berthe Morisot began experimenting with printmaking in the late 1880s at the encouragement of her Impressionist colleagues. In this drypoint, Morisot lightly sketches her daughter, Julie Manet, a frequent subject of her works. She was Morisot’s only child and the niece of Édouard Manet. Beginning around 1888, Morisot made 12 known etching and drypoint plates, which were deposited with renowned publisher Ambroise Vollard after her death in 1895. Vollard had small editions of her plates printed. The two dots, at the upper center and the lower center, indicate that the print belongs to the posthumous edition produced by Vollard.
Date: 2015
Purpose: label
Author: May, Akemi - CMOA

Title: Label, Scaife, 2014.76; Morisot, Berthe; Young Girl with a Cat (Julie Manet) [Fillette au Chat (Julie Manet)], c. 1889
Known primarily for her paintings of domestic life, Berthe Morisot began experimenting with printmaking in the late 1880s at the encouragement of her Impressionist colleagues. In this drypoint, Morisot lightly sketches her daughter, Julie Manet, a frequent subject of her works. She was Morisot’s only child and the niece of Édouard Manet. Beginning around 1888, Morisot made 12 known etching and drypoint plates, which were deposited with renowned publisher Ambroise Vollard after her death in 1895. Vollard had small editions of her plates printed. The two dots, at the upper center and the lower center, indicate that the print belongs to the posthumous edition produced by Vollard.
Date: 2015
Purpose: label
Author: May, Akemi - CMOA

Title: Label, Scaife, 2014.76; Morisot, Berthe; Young Girl with a Cat (Julie Manet) [Fillette au Chat (Julie Manet)], c. 1889
Known primarily for her paintings of domestic life, Berthe Morisot began experimenting with printmaking in the late 1880s at the encouragement of her Impressionist colleagues. In this drypoint, Morisot lightly sketches her daughter, Julie Manet, a frequent subject of her works. She was Morisot’s only child and the niece of Édouard Manet. Beginning around 1888, Morisot made 12 known etching and drypoint plates, which were deposited with renowned publisher Ambroise Vollard after her death in 1895. Vollard had small editions of her plates printed. The two dots, at the upper center and the lower center, indicate that the print belongs to the posthumous edition produced by Vollard.
Date: 2015
Purpose: label
Author: May, Akemi - CMOA

Title: Label, Scaife, 2014.76; Morisot, Berthe; Young Girl with a Cat (Julie Manet) [Fillette au Chat (Julie Manet)], c. 1889
Known primarily for her paintings of domestic life, Berthe Morisot began experimenting with printmaking in the late 1880s at the encouragement of her Impressionist colleagues. In this drypoint, Morisot lightly sketches her daughter, Julie Manet, a frequent subject of her works. She was Morisot’s only child and the niece of Édouard Manet. Beginning around 1888, Morisot made 12 known etching and drypoint plates, which were deposited with renowned publisher Ambroise Vollard after her death in 1895. Vollard had small editions of her plates printed. The two dots, at the upper center and the lower center, indicate that the print belongs to the posthumous edition produced by Vollard.
Date: 2015
Purpose: label
Author: May, Akemi - CMOA

Title: Label, Scaife, 2014.76; Morisot, Berthe; Young Girl with a Cat (Julie Manet) [Fillette au Chat (Julie Manet)], c. 1889
Known primarily for her paintings of domestic life, Berthe Morisot began experimenting with printmaking in the late 1880s at the encouragement of her Impressionist colleagues. In this drypoint, Morisot lightly sketches her daughter, Julie Manet, a frequent subject of her works. She was Morisot’s only child and the niece of Édouard Manet. Beginning around 1888, Morisot made 12 known etching and drypoint plates, which were deposited with renowned publisher Ambroise Vollard after her death in 1895. Vollard had small editions of her plates printed. The two dots, at the upper center and the lower center, indicate that the print belongs to the posthumous edition produced by Vollard.
Date: 2015
Purpose: label
Author: May, Akemi - CMOA

Title: Label, Scaife, 2014.76; Morisot, Berthe; Young Girl with a Cat (Julie Manet) [Fillette au Chat (Julie Manet)], c. 1889
Known primarily for her paintings of domestic life, Berthe Morisot began experimenting with printmaking in the late 1880s at the encouragement of her Impressionist colleagues. In this drypoint, Morisot lightly sketches her daughter, Julie Manet, a frequent subject of her works. She was Morisot’s only child and the niece of Édouard Manet. Beginning around 1888, Morisot made 12 known etching and drypoint plates, which were deposited with renowned publisher Ambroise Vollard after her death in 1895. Vollard had small editions of her plates printed. The two dots, at the upper center and the lower center, indicate that the print belongs to the posthumous edition produced by Vollard.
Date: 2015
Purpose: label
Author: May, Akemi - CMOA

Title: Label, Scaife, 2014.76; Morisot, Berthe; Young Girl with a Cat (Julie Manet) [Fillette au Chat (Julie Manet)], c. 1889
Known primarily for her paintings of domestic life, Berthe Morisot began experimenting with printmaking in the late 1880s at the encouragement of her Impressionist colleagues. In this drypoint, Morisot lightly sketches her daughter, Julie Manet, a frequent subject of her works. She was Morisot’s only child and the niece of Édouard Manet. Beginning around 1888, Morisot made 12 known etching and drypoint plates, which were deposited with renowned publisher Ambroise Vollard after her death in 1895. Vollard had small editions of her plates printed. The two dots, at the upper center and the lower center, indicate that the print belongs to the posthumous edition produced by Vollard.
Date: 2015
Purpose: label
Author: May, Akemi - CMOA

Title: Label, Scaife, 2014.76; Morisot, Berthe; Young Girl with a Cat (Julie Manet) [Fillette au Chat (Julie Manet)], c. 1889
Known primarily for her paintings of domestic life, Berthe Morisot began experimenting with printmaking in the late 1880s at the encouragement of her Impressionist colleagues. In this drypoint, Morisot lightly sketches her daughter, Julie Manet, a frequent subject of her works. She was Morisot’s only child and the niece of Édouard Manet. Beginning around 1888, Morisot made 12 known etching and drypoint plates, which were deposited with renowned publisher Ambroise Vollard after her death in 1895. Vollard had small editions of her plates printed. The two dots, at the upper center and the lower center, indicate that the print belongs to the posthumous edition produced by Vollard.
Date: 2015
Purpose: label
Author: May, Akemi - CMOA

Title: Label, Scaife, 2014.76; Morisot, Berthe; Young Girl with a Cat (Julie Manet) [Fillette au Chat (Julie Manet)], c. 1889
Known primarily for her paintings of domestic life, Berthe Morisot began experimenting with printmaking in the late 1880s at the encouragement of her Impressionist colleagues. In this drypoint, Morisot lightly sketches her daughter, Julie Manet, a frequent subject of her works. She was Morisot’s only child and the niece of Édouard Manet. Beginning around 1888, Morisot made 12 known etching and drypoint plates, which were deposited with renowned publisher Ambroise Vollard after her death in 1895. Vollard had small editions of her plates printed. The two dots, at the upper center and the lower center, indicate that the print belongs to the posthumous edition produced by Vollard.
Date: 2015
Purpose: label
Author: May, Akemi - CMOA

Title: Label, Scaife, 2014.76; Morisot, Berthe; Young Girl with a Cat (Julie Manet) [Fillette au Chat (Julie Manet)], c. 1889
Known primarily for her paintings of domestic life, Berthe Morisot began experimenting with printmaking in the late 1880s at the encouragement of her Impressionist colleagues. In this drypoint, Morisot lightly sketches her daughter, Julie Manet, a frequent subject of her works. She was Morisot’s only child and the niece of Édouard Manet. Beginning around 1888, Morisot made 12 known etching and drypoint plates, which were deposited with renowned publisher Ambroise Vollard after her death in 1895. Vollard had small editions of her plates printed. The two dots, at the upper center and the lower center, indicate that the print belongs to the posthumous edition produced by Vollard.
Date: 2015
Purpose: label
Author: May, Akemi - CMOA

Title: Label, Scaife, 2014.76; Morisot, Berthe; Young Girl with a Cat (Julie Manet) [Fillette au Chat (Julie Manet)], c. 1889
Known primarily for her paintings of domestic life, Berthe Morisot began experimenting with printmaking in the late 1880s at the encouragement of her Impressionist colleagues. In this drypoint, Morisot lightly sketches her daughter, Julie Manet, a frequent subject of her works. She was Morisot’s only child and the niece of Édouard Manet. Beginning around 1888, Morisot made 12 known etching and drypoint plates, which were deposited with renowned publisher Ambroise Vollard after her death in 1895. Vollard had small editions of her plates printed. The two dots, at the upper center and the lower center, indicate that the print belongs to the posthumous edition produced by Vollard.
Date: 2015
Purpose: label
Author: May, Akemi - CMOA

Title: Label, Scaife, 2014.76; Morisot, Berthe; Young Girl with a Cat (Julie Manet) [Fillette au Chat (Julie Manet)], c. 1889
Known primarily for her paintings of domestic life, Berthe Morisot began experimenting with printmaking in the late 1880s at the encouragement of her Impressionist colleagues. In this drypoint, Morisot lightly sketches her daughter, Julie Manet, a frequent subject of her works. She was Morisot’s only child and the niece of Édouard Manet. Beginning around 1888, Morisot made 12 known etching and drypoint plates, which were deposited with renowned publisher Ambroise Vollard after her death in 1895. Vollard had small editions of her plates printed. The two dots, at the upper center and the lower center, indicate that the print belongs to the posthumous edition produced by Vollard.
Date: 2015
Purpose: label
Author: May, Akemi - CMOA

Title: Label, Scaife, 2014.76; Morisot, Berthe; Young Girl with a Cat (Julie Manet) [Fillette au Chat (Julie Manet)], c. 1889
Known primarily for her paintings of domestic life, Berthe Morisot began experimenting with printmaking in the late 1880s at the encouragement of her Impressionist colleagues. In this drypoint, Morisot lightly sketches her daughter, Julie Manet, a frequent subject of her works. She was Morisot’s only child and the niece of Édouard Manet. Beginning around 1888, Morisot made 12 known etching and drypoint plates, which were deposited with renowned publisher Ambroise Vollard after her death in 1895. Vollard had small editions of her plates printed. The two dots, at the upper center and the lower center, indicate that the print belongs to the posthumous edition produced by Vollard.
Date: 2015
Purpose: label
Author: May, Akemi - CMOA

Title: Label, Scaife, 2014.76; Morisot, Berthe; Young Girl with a Cat (Julie Manet) [Fillette au Chat (Julie Manet)], c. 1889
Known primarily for her paintings of domestic life, Berthe Morisot began experimenting with printmaking in the late 1880s at the encouragement of her Impressionist colleagues. In this drypoint, Morisot lightly sketches her daughter, Julie Manet, a frequent subject of her works. She was Morisot’s only child and the niece of Édouard Manet. Beginning around 1888, Morisot made 12 known etching and drypoint plates, which were deposited with renowned publisher Ambroise Vollard after her death in 1895. Vollard had small editions of her plates printed. The two dots, at the upper center and the lower center, indicate that the print belongs to the posthumous edition produced by Vollard.
Date: 2015
Purpose: label
Author: May, Akemi - CMOA

Title: Label, Scaife, 2014.76; Morisot, Berthe; Young Girl with a Cat (Julie Manet) [Fillette au Chat (Julie Manet)], c. 1889
Known primarily for her paintings of domestic life, Berthe Morisot began experimenting with printmaking in the late 1880s at the encouragement of her Impressionist colleagues. In this drypoint, Morisot lightly sketches her daughter, Julie Manet, a frequent subject of her works. She was Morisot’s only child and the niece of Édouard Manet. Beginning around 1888, Morisot made 12 known etching and drypoint plates, which were deposited with renowned publisher Ambroise Vollard after her death in 1895. Vollard had small editions of her plates printed. The two dots, at the upper center and the lower center, indicate that the print belongs to the posthumous edition produced by Vollard.
Date: 2015
Purpose: label
Author: May, Akemi - CMOA

Title: Label, Scaife, 2014.76; Morisot, Berthe; Young Girl with a Cat (Julie Manet) [Fillette au Chat (Julie Manet)], c. 1889
Known primarily for her paintings of domestic life, Berthe Morisot began experimenting with printmaking in the late 1880s at the encouragement of her Impressionist colleagues. In this drypoint, Morisot lightly sketches her daughter, Julie Manet, a frequent subject of her works. She was Morisot’s only child and the niece of Édouard Manet. Beginning around 1888, Morisot made 12 known etching and drypoint plates, which were deposited with renowned publisher Ambroise Vollard after her death in 1895. Vollard had small editions of her plates printed. The two dots, at the upper center and the lower center, indicate that the print belongs to the posthumous edition produced by Vollard.
Date: 2015
Purpose: label
Author: May, Akemi - CMOA

Title: Label, Scaife, 2014.76; Morisot, Berthe; Young Girl with a Cat (Julie Manet) [Fillette au Chat (Julie Manet)], c. 1889
Known primarily for her paintings of domestic life, Berthe Morisot began experimenting with printmaking in the late 1880s at the encouragement of her Impressionist colleagues. In this drypoint, Morisot lightly sketches her daughter, Julie Manet, a frequent subject of her works. She was Morisot’s only child and the niece of Édouard Manet. Beginning around 1888, Morisot made 12 known etching and drypoint plates, which were deposited with renowned publisher Ambroise Vollard after her death in 1895. Vollard had small editions of her plates printed. The two dots, at the upper center and the lower center, indicate that the print belongs to the posthumous edition produced by Vollard.
Date: 2015
Purpose: label
Author: May, Akemi - CMOA

Title: Label, Scaife, 2014.76; Morisot, Berthe; Young Girl with a Cat (Julie Manet) [Fillette au Chat (Julie Manet)], c. 1889
Known primarily for her paintings of domestic life, Berthe Morisot began experimenting with printmaking in the late 1880s at the encouragement of her Impressionist colleagues. In this drypoint, Morisot lightly sketches her daughter, Julie Manet, a frequent subject of her works. She was Morisot’s only child and the niece of Édouard Manet. Beginning around 1888, Morisot made 12 known etching and drypoint plates, which were deposited with renowned publisher Ambroise Vollard after her death in 1895. Vollard had small editions of her plates printed. The two dots, at the upper center and the lower center, indicate that the print belongs to the posthumous edition produced by Vollard.
Date: 2015
Purpose: label
Author: May, Akemi - CMOA

Title: Label, Scaife, 2014.76; Morisot, Berthe; Young Girl with a Cat (Julie Manet) [Fillette au Chat (Julie Manet)], c. 1889
Known primarily for her paintings of domestic life, Berthe Morisot began experimenting with printmaking in the late 1880s at the encouragement of her Impressionist colleagues. In this drypoint, Morisot lightly sketches her daughter, Julie Manet, a frequent subject of her works. She was Morisot’s only child and the niece of Édouard Manet. Beginning around 1888, Morisot made 12 known etching and drypoint plates, which were deposited with renowned publisher Ambroise Vollard after her death in 1895. Vollard had small editions of her plates printed. The two dots, at the upper center and the lower center, indicate that the print belongs to the posthumous edition produced by Vollard.
Date: 2015
Purpose: label
Author: May, Akemi - CMOA