William Merritt Chase Catalogue
William Merritt Chase
Selected Catalogues
Inaugural Exhibition of Painters in Pastel, March 17-29, 1884.  W.P. Moore Gallery. New York, New York. 1884.
Second Exhibition of the Painters in Pastel.  H. Wunderlich and Co. New York, New York. May 7-26, 1888.
Painters in Pastel: Third Exhibition.  Wheeler's Gallery. New York, New York. April, 1889.
Inter-State Annual Exposition of Chicago, Seventeenth Annual Exhibition.  Chicago, Illinois. 1889.
Fourth Exhibition of the Painters in Pastel.  H. Wunderlich and Co. New York, New York. May 1-24, 1890.
A catalogue of an exhibition of the works of William Merritt Chase at the American academy of arts and letters.  American academy of arts and letters. New York, New York. 1928.
Retrospective Exhibition from the Work of the Tile Club and Their Followers, who First Discovered the Picturesque Qualities of East Hampton.  Guild Hall. Easthampton, New York. 1931.
Young, Dorothy Weir.  Men of the Tile Club.  Lyman Allan Museum. New London, Connecticut. 1945.
Chase centennial exhibition, commemorating the birth of William Merritt Chase, November 1, 1849.  John Herron Art Institute. Indianapolis, Indiana. 1949.
William Merritt Chase, 1849-1916: a retrospective exhibition.  Southampton Art Museum. Southampton, New York. 1957.
William Merritt Chase: A Retrospective Exhibition.  The Parrish Art Museum. Southampton, New York. 1957.
The first West Coast retrospective exhibition of paintings by William Merritt Chase, 1849-1916.  Art Gallery, University of California. Santa Barbara, California. 1964.
Story, Ala.  William Merritt Chase.  Art Gallery, University of California. Santa Barbara, California. 1964.
Saldern, Axel von.  Triumph of Realism: An Exhibition of Exhibition of European and American Paintings, 1850-1910.  The Brooklyn Museum. Brooklyn, New York. 1967.
William Merritt Chase, 1849-1916.  Chapellier Galleries. New York, New York. 1969.
Pilgrim, Dianne H.  American Impressionist and Realist Paintings and Drawiings from the Collection of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond J. Horowitz.  Metropolitan Museum of Art. New York, New York. 1973.
Pisano, Ronald G.  The Students of William Merritt Chase.  Heckscher Museum. Huntington, New York. The Parrish Art Museum. Southampton, New York. November 11-December 30, 1973.
Pisano, Ronald G.  William Merritt Chase: A Benefit Exhibition for the Parrish Art Museum.  M. Knoedler and Co. New York, New York. 1976.
Quick, Michael and Eberhard Ruhmer.  Munich and American Realism in the 19th Century.  E.B Crocker Art Gallery. Sacramento, California. 1978.
Johnson, Robert Flynn.  American Monotypes: 100 Years.  Marilyn Pearl Gallery. New York, New York. 1979.
Pisano, Ronald G.  William Merritt Chase in the Company of Friends.  Parrish Art Museum. Southampton, New York. 1979.
Kiehl, David W.  Monotypes in America in the Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Century. In 'The Painterly Print'.  The Metropolitan Museum of Art. New York, New York. 1980.
Pisano, Ronald G.  A leading spirit in American art: William Merritt Chase, 1849-1916.  Henry Art Gallery, University of Washington. Seattle, Washington. 1983.
O'Brian, Maureen C. and Patricia C.F. Mandel.  The American Painter-Etcher Movement.  Parrish Art Museum. Southampton, New York. 1984.
Atkinson, D. Scott, Terry A, Neff, ed.  A Proud Heritage: Two Centuries of American Art.  Chicago, Illinois: Terra Foundation for the Arts. Terra Museum of American Art. 1987.
Atkinson, D. Scott, and Nicolai Cikovsky, Jr.  William Merritt Chase: Summers at Shinnecock 1891 - 1902.  National Gallery of Art. Washington, D.C. 1987.
Gerdts, William H. and Bruce Weber.  In nature's ways: american Landscape Painting of the Late Nineteenth Century.  The Norton Gallery of Art. West Palm Beach, Florida. 1987.
Bolger, Doreen.  American Pastels in the Metropolitan Museum of Art.  Metropolitan Museum of Art. New York, New York. 1989.
Wylie, Elizabeth.  Explorations in Realism: 1870-1880/ Frank Duveneck and His Circle from Bavaria to Venice.  Danforth Museum of Art. Framingham, Massacusetts. 1989.
Gerdts, William H.  Ten American Painters.  Spanierman Gallery. New York, New York. 1990.
Cikovsky, Nicolai Jr., and Nancy Anderson.  American Impressionism and Realism: The Margaret and Raymond Horowitz Collection.  National Gallery of Art. Washington, D.C. 1998.
Gallati, Barbara Dayer.  William Merritt Chase modern American landscapes, 1886-1890.  Brooklyn Museum of Art, Brooklyn, New York, in association with H. Abrams. 1999.
Manet/Velázquez: The French Taste for Spanish Painting.  The Metropolitan Museum of Art. New York, New York. 2003.
Kennedy, Elizabeth and Sophie Lévy.  Faces of America: Portraits of the Terra Foundation for the Arts Collection, 1770-1940.  Terra Foundation for the Arts. Chicago, Illinois. Musée d'Art Américain Giverny, France. 2004.
Pisano, Ronald G., D. Frederick Baker, and Marjorie Shelley.  The Complete Catalogue of Known and Documented Work by William Merritt Chase (1849–1916).  (vol. 1) Pisano/Chase Catalogue Raisonne Project. Yale University Press. New Haven, Connecticut. 2006.
Adler, Kathleen, Erica E. Hirshler, and H. Barbara Weinberg.  Americans in Paris, 1860–1900.  Metropolitan Museum of Art. New York, New York. 2006.
Pisano, Ronald G., Carolyn K. Lane and D. Frederick Baker.  William Merritt Chase: Portraits in Oil.  (vol. 2) Pisano/Chase Catalogue Raisonne Project. Yale University Press. New Haven, Connecticut. 2007.
Orcutt, Kimberly.  Painterly Controversy: William Merritt Chase and Robert Henri.  Bruce Museum. Greenwich, Connecticut. 2007.
Longwell, Alicia, Max Blagg and Lawrence Weschler, essays.  Sand: Memory, Meaning and Metaphor.  The Parrish Art Museum. Southampton, New York. 2008.
Pisano, Ronald G., Carolyn K. Lane, and D. Frederick Baker.  William Merritt Chase: Landscapes in Oil.  (vol. 3) Pisano/Chase Catalogue Raisonne Project. Yale University Press. New Haven, Connecticut. 2009.
William Merritt Chase: Family Portraits.  Paine Art Center and Gardens. Oshkosh, Wisconsin. 2011.
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