Author Archives: Brennan Long

Coca-Colonisation: Anti-American Sentiment in France

by Brennan Long The term Cold War generally describes a global rivalry between the Eastern and Western sides of the world, from the end of the Second World War to 1989. It is also a metaphor for the political, cultural, … Continue reading

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Mary Cassatt’s Parisian Inspiration: Delacroix to Degas

by Brennan Long Mary Cassatt is celebrated as one of the greatest masters of impressionism as well as the modern art movement. Cassatt is the only American artist of her generation to fully embrace the Parisian impressionist movement. Paris nurtured … Continue reading

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