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Chauncey Foster Ryder

(American, 1868–1949)

new england landscape by chauncey foster ryder

Chauncey Foster Ryder

New England Landscape

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Biography

Timeline

1868
Born in Danbury, Connecticut
1891
Studied at the Art Institute of Chicago
1901
Moved to Paris with his wife, Mary, to study art at the Academie Julien, under Jean Paul Laurens and Raphael Colin
1903 - 1909
Exhibited works at the annual Paris Salon
1907 - 1949
Represented by the prominent New York art dealer, William Macbeth
1907
Won an honorable mention for Ce Que Rende La Mer (That Which the Sea Gives Up)
Moved to New York
1909
Opened his own studio in New York
1915
Associate of the National Academy
1920
Academician of the National Academy