There was an art revolution underway in the 1950s and '60s. But not all painters embraced this major turning point in art.
A new exhibit explores the intense relationship between French painter Edgar Degas and American painter Mary Cassatt. No one knows whether it was romantic, but there was certainly no lack of passion.
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