William Merritt Chase Catalogue
William Merritt Chase
Selected Books
Benjamin, S.G.W.  Our American Artists.  Boston, Massachusetts. 1886.
Smith, F. Hopkinson, and Edward Strahan.  A Book of The Tile Club.  Houghton Mifflin and Co. New York, New York. 1887.
Smith, F. Hopkinson.  Well-Worn Roads of Spain, Holland and Italy.  Houghton Mifflin and Co., Cambridge, Massachusetts. 1887.
Champney, Elizabeth W.  Witch Winnie at Shinnecock.  Dodd, Mead and Co. New York, New York. 1892.
McSpadden, J. Walker.  Famous Painters of America.  Thomas Y. Crowell. New York, New York. 1907.
Roof, Katharine.  The Life and Art of William Merritt Chase.  Charles Scribner's Sons. New York, New York. 1917.
Van Dyke, John C.  American Painting and its Tradition.  Charles Scribner's Sons. New York. 1919.
Millet, J. B.  'The Tile Club' in J. Alden Weir: An Appreciation of His Life and Work.  E.P. Dutton & Co. New York, New York. 1922.
Andrews, Marietta M.  Memoirs of a Poor Relation.  E.P. Dutton. New York, New York. 1927.
Mather, Frank Jewett.  The American Spirit in Art.  Yale University Press. New Haven, Connecticut. 1927.
Morris, Harrison S.  Confessions in Art.  Sears Publishing Company. New York, New York. 1930.
Mather, Frank Jewett, Jr.  Estimates in Art.  Henry Holt and Company. New York, New York (p. 313). 1931.
Pach, Walter.  Queer Thing, Painting.  Harper & Brothers. New York, New York. 1938.
Cowdrey, Mary Bartlett.  American Academy of Fine Arts and American Art-Union: Introduccion (1816-1852).  New York Historical Society. New York, New York. 1953.
Kent, Rockwell.  It's me, O Lord.  Dodd, Mead & Company. New York, New York. 1955.
Richardson, Edgar P.  Painting in America, The Story of 450 Years.  Thomas Y. Crowell. New York, New York. 1956.
Rasmusen, Henry.  Printmaking with Monotype.  Clinton Co. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and New York, New York. 1960.
Milgrome, David.  The art of William Merrit Chase.  University of Pittsburgh. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. 1969.
Waters, Clara Erskine Clement, and Laurence Hutton.  Artists of the Nineteenth Century and their Works.  Arno Press. New York, New York. 1969.
Laliberté, Norman, and Alex Mogelon.  The Art of Monoprint: History and Modern Techniques.  Van Nostrand Reinhold Co. New York, New York. 1974.
Boyle, Richard.  American Impressionism.  New York Graphic Society. Boston, Massachusetts. 1974.
Roof, Katharine Metcalf.  The life and art of William Merritt Chase.  Hacker Art Books. New York, New York (Reprint of the 1917 ed. published by Scribner, New York). 1975.
Pisano, Ronald G.  William Merritt Chase.  Watson-Guptill. New York, New York. 1979.
Burke, Doreen Bolger.  American Paintings in the Metropolitan Museum of Art Volume III.  Metropolitan Museum of Art. New York, New York. 1980.
Gerdts, William H.  American Impressionism.  The Henry Art Gallery, University of Washington. Seattle, Washington. 1980.
Tucker, Cynthia Grant.  Kate Freeman Clark: A Painter Rediscovered.  Afterword by Ronald G. Pisano. University of Mississippi Press. Jackson, Mississippi. 1981.
Pisano, Ronald G.  William M. Chase: A Leading Spirit in American Art.  Henry Art Gallery, University of Wasington. Seattle, Washington. 1983.
Gerdts, William H.  American Impressionism.  Abbeville Press. New York, New York. 1984.
Weber, Bruce.  Robert Frederick Blum (1857-1903) and His Milieu.  Thesis/Dissertation. University Microfilms International. Ann Arbor, Michigan. 1985.
Bressler, Sidney.  Reynolds Beal: Impressionist Landscapes and Seascapes.  Associated University Press. New Jersey. 1989.
Bryant, Keith L, Jr.  William Merritt Chase, a genteel bohemian.  University of Missouri Press. Columbia, Missouri. 1991.
Pisano, Ronald G.  Summer Afternoons: Landscape Paintings of William Merritt Chase.  Little, Brown and Company. Canada. 1993.
Gallati, Barbara Dayer.  William Merritt Chase.  Harry N. Abrams, New York, New York in association with the National Museum of American Art, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C. 1995.
Moser, Joann.  Singular Impressions: The Monotype in America.  National Museum of American Art, Smithsonian Institution Press. Washington, D.C. 1997.
Pisano, Ronald G.  The Tile Club and the Aesthetic Movement in America.  Harry N. Abrams, New York, New York, in association with the Museums at Stony Brook. 1999.
Bourguignon, Katherine M. and Elizabeth Kennedy.  An American Point of View: The Daniel J. Terra Collection.  Terra Foundation for the Arts. Chicago, Illinois. 2002.
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