Berthe Morisot – Female Impressionist

Berthe Morisot was a 19th century French painter in a talented group known as the Impressionists. She had a close acquaintance with Édouard Manet, another well-known impressionist painter, and married his brother, Eugene. Their daughter, Julie, became the subject of many of Berthe’s paintings. Probably because she was female, her work was undervalued for over a century. She is now considered among the most elite of the impressionists. Our SegPlayPC set contains 30 of her best works, which demonstrate her focus on the intimacy of family and domestic life. We’ve included The Cradle, Grain Field, The Harbor at Lorient, Chasing Butterflies, Summer Day, Young Girl with Cage, The Cheval Glass, The Dining Room, Mother and Sister of the Artist Reading and Woman at her Toilet.

Patterns Included In This Set

The Cradle

Grain Field

Child among Staked Roses

Young Girl with Cage


The Mother and Sister of the Artist (Reading)

Portrait of Edma Pontillon

Chasing Butterflies

Portrait of Madame Hubbard

On the Balcony

The Harbor at Lorient

Hide and Seek

Young Girl with a Parrot

Peasant Hanging out the Washing

The Bath (Girl Arranging her Hair)

At the Ball

Summer Day

The Dining Room

The Artist’s Daughter with a Parakeet

Woman at her Toilet

Woman with a Muff

Julie Manet and Her Greyhound Laertes

Rose Trémière

Portrait of Edma

Young Woman Seated on a Sofa

Young Woman Knitting

Little Girl with a Doll

The Little Girl from Nice

The Cheval Glass

Tureen and Apple