William Merritt Chase  (American, 1849-1916) 

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William Merritt Chase, A Bit of Sunlight (Garden Wall)

 

William Merritt Chase
A Bit of Sunlight (Garden Wall)
circa 1888

MME Fine Art, LLC
William Merritt Chase, Portrait of a Lady (Mrs. Eldridge Reeves Johnson)

 

William Merritt Chase
Portrait of a Lady (Mrs. Eldridge Reeves Johnson)
circa 1915

Hirschl & Adler Galleries
William Merritt Chase, Along the Path at Shinnecock

 

William Merritt Chase
Along the Path at Shinnecock
circa 1902

Godel & Co. Fine Art
William Merritt Chase, Portrait of Artist Albert Beck Wenzell (1864-1917)

 

William Merritt Chase
Portrait of Artist Albert Beck Wenzell (1864-1917)
Pierce Galleries, Inc.
William Merritt Chase, THE RED KIMONA (A GIRL IN RED)

 

William Merritt Chase
THE RED KIMONA (A GIRL IN RED)
circa 1908

Driscoll Babcock Galleries
William Merritt Chase, Portrait of Mrs. Chase and Son

 

William Merritt Chase
Portrait of Mrs. Chase and Son
ACA Galleries, est. 1932
William Merritt Chase, Alice Dieudonnee Chase, Shinnecock Hills

 

William Merritt Chase
Alice Dieudonnee Chase, Shinnecock Hills
Adelson Galleries
William Merritt Chase, Mrs. Union Samuel Betts Lawrence

 

William Merritt Chase
Mrs. Union Samuel Betts Lawrence
1888

Adelson Galleries
 

1849   Born: Williamsburg, Indiana
1861   Received first artistic training under a local painter (Indianapolis) Barton S. Hays
1869   Studied at the National Academy of Design in New York under Lemuel P. Wilmarth
1872   Attends the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Munich
1882   Chase helped found the Society of American Painters in Pastel
1891 - 1902   Taught classes at Shinnecock Hills, Long Island
1903   Chase was elected a member of The Ten, the association of prominent New York and Boston Impressionists
1916   Died: New York City, NY