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Chase, William Merritt, America 1834 to 1916 Oil Paintings

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William Merritt Chase was an American painter known as an exponent of Impressionism and as a teacher. He was born in Williamsburg, Indiana, and became a pupil of B. F. Hays in Indianapolis, of Joseph Oriel Eaton in New York, and subsequently of A. Wagner and Karl von Piloty in Munich. In New York he established a school of his own, after teaching with success for some years at the Art Students League. A worker in all media – oils, watercolor, pastel – etching and painting with distinction the figure, landscapes, and still lifes, he is perhaps best known for his portrait paintings, his sitters including some of the most important men and women of his time. Chase won many honors at home and abroad, became a member of the National Academy of Design, New York, and for ten years was president of the Society of American Artists.
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Spanish Village 68

Spanish Village 68 by  William Merritt Chase (Painting ID: ED-1468-KA)

Stormy Day Bath Beach

Stormy Day Bath Beach by  William Merritt Chase (Painting ID: ED-1470-KA)

Reflections Canal Scene

Reflections Canal Scene by  William Merritt Chase (Painting ID: ED-1474-KA)

Misty Day Gowanus Bay

Misty Day Gowanus Bay by  William Merritt Chase (Painting ID: ED-1476-KA)

Sheds and Schonor Gloucester

Sheds and Schonor Gloucester by  William Merritt Chase (Painting ID: ED-1478-KA)

Boat House Prospect Park

Boat House Prospect Park by  William Merritt Chase (Painting ID: ED-1480-KA)

Back of a Nude

Back of a Nude by  William Merritt Chase (Painting ID: EI-1095-KA)

The Model 96

The Model 96 by  William Merritt Chase (Painting ID: EI-1096-KA)

Still Life with Watermelon

Still Life with Watermelon by  William Merritt Chase (Painting ID: SL-0078-KA)

Roses 79

Roses 79 by  William Merritt Chase (Painting ID: SL-0079-KA)

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