Young Mother Sewing is a 1900 painting in the Impressionist style by the leading American painter and printmaker Mary Cassatt. This work is located in the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City, New York.
The painting depicts a domestic scene where a young mother is seated, engrossed in sewing while her child rests on her lap. Cassatt captures the intimacy and tenderness of the maternal bond, emphasizing the everyday act of sewing as a symbol of nurturing and care. The artist’s use of soft colors and delicate brushstrokes adds to the overall sense of tranquility and warmth. Through this painting, Cassatt celebrates the beauty and importance of motherhood, highlighting the profound connection between a mother and her child.