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Laffan, William Mackay.  "The Tile Club at Work,"  Scribner's Monthly,  Vol. 17 No. 3, January, 1879. pp. 401-9. 
Laffan, William Mackay and Edward Strahan.  "The Tile Club at Play,"  Scribner's Monthly,  Vol. 17 No. 4, February, 1879. pp. 457-78. 
F.B.F.W,  "Society of American Artists,"  The Aldine- The Art Journal of America,  vol. 9, no. 9, 1879. pp. 275-282. 
Laffan, William Mackay and Edward Strahan.  "The Tile Club Afloat,"  Scribner's Monthly,  Vol. 18 No. 5, March, 1880. pp. 641-71. 
"Painters and Their Work,"  New York Daily Tribune,  November 6, 1881. p. 5. 
Laffan, William Mackay.  "The Tile Club Ashore,"  Century,  Vol. 23 No. 4, February, 1882. pp. 481-98. 
"Pastels by William Merritt Chase,"  New York Herald,  December 31, 1883. p. 8. 
Renselaer, Marianna Van.  "American Etchers,"  Century,  Vol. 25, No.4, February, 1883. pp. 483-97. 
"The Painters in Pastel,"  New York Tribune,  March 16, 1884. pp. 6-7. 
"The Painters in Pastel,"  New York Times,  March 17, 1884. p. 5. 
"The First Exhibition of the American Painters in Pastel,"  Art Journal,  May, 1884. p. 157. 
Rensselaer, Marianna Van.  "American Painters in Pastel,"  Century,  December, 1884.
Buel, Clarence C.  "Log of an Ocean Studio,"  The Century Magazine,  vol. 27, no. 3, January, 1884. pp. 256-371. 
"Our Arts Clubs. IV-The Tile Club,"  Art Union 2,  No. 5, November, 1885. p. 97. 
Rensselaer, Marianna Van.  American Architect and Building News,  Vol. 19, February 27, 1886. pp. 103-4. 
"A Boston Estimate of a New York Painter,"  The Art Interchange,  vol 17, no 12, December 4, 1886. p. 179. 
"The Chase Sale,"  The Art Amateur,  vol. 15, no. 5, April, 1887. pp. 98-100. 
"Professors of Pastel,"  New York Times,  May 5, 1888. p. 4. 
Art Interchange,  Vol. 20, No. 11, May 19, 1888. p. 161. 
Rensselaer, Marianna Van.  "An Exhibition of Pastels,"  Independent,  May 24, 1888. p. 647. 
"The Pastel Exhibition,"  Art Amateur,  Vol. 18 No. 1, June, 1888. p. 3. 
Cook, Clarence.  "The Painters in Pastel-A Note worthy Little Display,"  Springfield Republican,  June 27, 1888.
"The Pastel Club's Exhibition,"  New York Daily Tribune,  May 7, 1888. p. 6. 
"The Painters' Club, Third Exhibition,"  New York Daily Tribune,  April 21, 1889. p. 19. 
"The Pastel Exhibition,"  Art Amateur,  Vol. 19, June 21, 1889. p. 4. 
Cox, Kenyon.  "William Merritt Chase, Painter,"  Harper's New Monthly Magazine,  March, 1889. pp. 549-557. 
"Mr. Chase's Pictures,"  Chicago Tribune,  September 15, 1889.
"The Painters in Pastel,"  Critic,  May 10, 1890. p. 239. 
"The Pastel Exhibition,"  Art Amateur,  Vol. 18, June 23, 1890. p. 4. 
"Anachronism Jones,"  Brooklyn Daily Eagle,  vol. 4, June 20, 1890.
"Big Politics in Brooklyn,"  New York Times,  1890. p. 20. 
"By Jones' Edict,"  Brooklyn Daily Eagle,  June 19, 1890. p. 6. 
Chase, William M.  "Address of Mr. William M. Chase Before the Buffalo Fine Arts Academy, January 28, 1890,"  The Studio,  vol. 5, no. 13, March 1, 1890. pp. 121-7. 
"Chase's Story,"  Brooklyn Daily Eagle,  June 20, 1890. p. 6. 
"Jones' Ridiculous Order: Professional Artists Cannot Sketch in Prospect Park,"  New York Times,  June 19, 1890. p. 8. 
"Mr. Chase Will Get his Permit,"  New York Times,  June 21, 1890. p. 3. 
DeKay, C.  "Mr. Chase and Central Park,"  Harper's Weekly,  May, 1891. pp. 327-8. 
Ishmael,  "Through the New York Studios,"  The Illustrated American,  February 14, 1891. p. 619. 
Ives, A.R.  "Suburban Sketching Grounds: Talk with Mr. William M. Chase, Mr. Edward Moran, Mr. Leonard Ochtman,"  Art Amateur,  September, 1891. p. 80. 
"The Slaughter of Mr. Chase's Pictures,"  The Art Amateur,  vol. 24, no. 5, April, 1891. pp. 115-6. 
Speed, John G.  "An Artist's Summer Vacation,"  Harper's New Monthly Magazine,  June, 1893. pp. 3-14. 
Emmet, Rosina H.  "The Shinnecock Hills Art School,"  The Art Interchange,  October, 1893. pp. 89, 90. 
Northrup, Benjamin.  "From a Talk by William M. Chase,"  Art Amateur,  February, 1894. p. 77. 
Baynes, Lillian.  "Summer School at Shinnecock Hills,"  The Art Amateur,  vol. 31, no. 5, October, 1894. pp. 91-2. 
"A School on the Sands,"  Brooklyn Daily Eagle,  October 14, 1894. p. 9. 
Parsons, Antoinette De Forest.  "Summer Art Life at Shinnecock and Mendota,"  St. Paul Dispatch,  June 27, 1895.
Chase, William M.  "The Reward of Art,"  Art Amateur,  April, 1896. p. 107. 
"Chase's Long Island Studios,"  Brooklyn Daily Eagle,  January 19, 1896.
"William M. Chase's Studio Sale,"  New York Times,  January 5, 1896. p. 21. 
"In the World of Art,"  The New York Times,  January 19, 1896. p. 23. 
Coffin, William.  "Monotypes with Examples Old and New,"  Century,  Vol. 53 No. 31, November-April, 1896-1897. pp. 44-7. 
Chase, William M.  "Talk on Art By William M. Chase,"  The Art Interchange,  December, 1897. pp. 126-7. 
Coon, Spencer H.  "The Work of William M. Chase as Artist and Teacher,"  Metropolitan Magazine,  May, 1897. pp. 307-313. 
"William M. Chase, His Life and Work,"  Arts for America,  vol. 7, no. 4, December, 1897. pp. 197-201. 
Maxwell, Perriton.  "William Merritt Chase-Art-ist, Wit and Philosopher,"  The Saturday Evening Post,  November 4, 1899. p. 347. 
Northrup, Benjamin.  "Great Artist's Struggle,"  Indianapolis News,  January 14, 1899. p. 9. 
"Art School's Trip Abroad,"  New York Times,  September 4, 1904. p. 5. 
Downes, William H.  "William Merritt Chase, A Typical American Artist,"  The International Studio,  December, 1909. pp. xxix-xxxvi. 
Chase, William M.  "The Two Wistlers: Recollections of a Summer with Great Etcher,"  Century Magazine,  June, 1910. pp. 219-226. 
Hoeber, Arthur.  "American Artists and Their Art: II, William M. Chase,"  Women's Home Companion,  September, 1910. pp. 50-1. 
Foster, Captain Wallace.  "Recollections of Wm. Chase,"  Indianapolis Star,  January 31, 1910. p. 6. 
Kobbe, Gustav.  "The Artist of Many Studios,"  New York Herald,  November 20, 1910. p. 11. 
Baury, Louis.  "The Story of the Tile Club,"  Bookman,  No. 35, June, 1912. pp. 381-96. 
Townsley, C. P.  "William M. Chase: A Leading Spirit in American Art,"  Arts and Decoration,  vol. 2, no.8, June, 1912. pp. 285-7, 306. 
Pattison, James William.  "An Art Lover's Collection,"  Fine Arts Journal,  February, 1913. p. 99. 
Kobbe, Gustav.  "A Whole Gallery for Chase,"  New York Herald Magazine,  June 27, 1915. p. 4. 
"Chase's Americanism,"  Literary Digest,  November 11, 1916. pp. 1250-1. 
"William Merritt Chase,"  The Outlook,  November 8, 1916. pp. 536-8. 
Chase, William M.  "Talk Presented at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York,"  Manuscript published in A. Milgrome. "The Art of William M. Chase",  January 15, 1916. pp. 106-124. 
Chase, William M.  "Painting,"  The American Magazine of Art,  December, 1916. pp. 50-3. 
Parsons, Frank Alvah.  "William M. Chase,"  The American Art Student,  November-December, 1916. p. 10. 
Phillips, Duncan.  "William M. Chase,"  American Magazine of Art,  December, 1916. pp. 45-50. 
"William M. Chase,"  Fine Arts Journal,  November, 1916.
Frank J, Howell.  "Recalls Early Days of William M. Chase,"  Indianapolis News,  December 5, 1916.
Beal, Gifford.  "The Field of Art: Chase the Teacher,"  Scribner's Magazine,  February, 1917. pp. 257-8. 
Butler, Howard Rusell.  "Chase- The Artist,"  Scribner's Magazine,  February, 1917. pp. 255-7. 
"Janitor Brother Tells How Chance Aided W. M. Chase,"  Indianapolis Star,  March 25, 1917.
"Three Hundred of His Portraits, Landscapes, Marines, Street Scenes, and Still Life Pieces to be Sold,"  Boston Transcript,  May 11, 1917.
"William M. Chase Sale,"  American Art News,  May 19, 1917. p. 7. 
"The William M. Chase Memorial Exhibition,"  The New York Times,  section 5, February 18, 1917. p. 13. 
McBride, Henry.  "Chase Memorial Exhibition,"  Fine Arts Journal,  vol. 35, March, 1917. p. 224. 
Stein, Leo.  "William M. Chase,"  The New Republic,  March 3, 1917. p. 134. 
Millet, J.B.  "The Tile Club,"  J. Alden Weir: An Appreciation of His Life and Work. E.P. Dutton and Co. New York, New York,  1922.
"Canvases of W. M. Chase,"  New York Times,  March 10, 1933. p. 20. 
Sherman, Frederick Fairchild.  "William Merritt Chase,"  Art in America,  vol. 28, 1940. pp. 134-5. 
Morrice, John H.  "The First Out-Of-Door Art School in The United States,"  William Merritt Chase Archives, Parrish Art Museum,  1945.
Hunter, Sam.  "Traditional to Modern,"  New York Times,  sec. 2, p. 9, November 14, 1948.
"William M. Chase,"  Art News,  vol. 47, no. 7, November, 1948. p. 45. 
Flexner, James Thomas.  "The Great Chase,"  Art News,  vol. 48, no. 9, December, 1949. pp. 32-4, 60. 
Preston, Stuart.  "Of Past Renown,"  New York Times,  July 21, 1957. p. 6. 
Brumbach, Thomas B.  "William Merritt Chase Reports to St. Louis to Munich,"  The Bulletin of the Missouri Historical Society,  vol. 15, no. 2, January, 1959. pp. 118-124. 
Milgrome, A.  "The Art of William Merritt Chase,"  Doctoral dissertation, University of Pittsburgh,  1969.
Young, Mahonri Sharp.  "The Tile Club Revisited,"  American Art Journal,  Vol. 2, Fall, 1970. pp. 81-91. 
Lauderback, Frances.  "Notes from Talks by William M. Chase: Summer Class, Carmel-by-the-Sea, California,"  The American Magazine of Art,  September, 1971. pp. 432-8. 
Laliberté, Norman, and Alex Mogelon.  The Art of Monoprint: History and Modern Techniques. Van Nostrand Reinhold Co. New York, New York,  1974.
Cikovsky, Jr., Nicolai.  "William Merritt Chase's Tenth Street Studio,"  Archives of American Art Journal,  vol. 16, 1976. pp. 2-14. 
Pisano, Ronald G.  "The Teaching Career of William Merritt Chase,"  American Artist,  March, 1976. pp. 26-33, 63-6. 
Marling, Karal Ann.  "Portrait of the Artist as a Young Woman: Miss Dora Wheeler,"  The Bulletin of the Cleveland Museum of Art,  February, 1978. pp. 46-57. 
Pilgrim, Dianne H.  "The Revival of Pastels in Nineteenth Century America: The Society of Painters in Pastel,"  The American Art Journal,  vol. 10, no. 2, November, 1978. pp. 43-62. 
Pisano, Ronald G.  "Prince of Pastels,"  Portfolio,  Vol. 5 no. 3, May-June, 1983. pp. 63-73. 
Pisano, Ronald G.  "William Merritt Chase: An Easel Beneath the Trees,"  Victoria Magazine,  July, 1991. pp. 44-7. 
Moser, Joann.  "Singular Impressions: The Monotype in America,"  National Museum of American Art, Smithsonian Institution Press,  1997.
Gallati, Barbara Dayer.  "William Merritt Chase and the French Connection,"  Magazine Antiques,  July, 2000.
Baker, D. Frederick.  "William Merritt Chase: An Artist’s Life on Record,"  Antiques & Fine Art,  Spring, 2006. pp. 172-177. 
Perlman, Bennard B.  "Revolution in the Classroom: Robert Henri's Subversive Teaching in William Merritt Chase's Art School Signaled the Dawn of a New Era,"  Art & Antiques,  vol. 30, no. 4, April, 2007. pp. 78-83. 
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