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Frank Duvenek Painting The Turkish Page - WILLIAM MERRITT CHASE

The Athenaeum - Duveneck Painting the Turkish Page (William Merritt Chase - )

Eye Candy for Today: William Merritt Chase still life

Eye Candy for Today: William Merritt Chase still life (lines and colors)

William Merritt Chase (November 1, 1849 – October 25, 1916) was an American painter, known as an exponent of Impressionism and as a teacher.

The Song William Merritt Chase (American, Oil on canvas. Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art. The woman in white perhaps has been working diligently at the table covered with.

"Venice Facade," William Merritt Chase, 1878, oil on panel, 13 3/4 x 10", Colby College Museum of Art.

"Venice Facade," William Merritt Chase, oil on panel, 13 x Colby College Museum of Art.

Portrait of Mrs. C. (Lady with a White Shawl) (1893). William Merritt Chase (American, 1849-1916). Oil on canvas. PAFA. Chase described the subject as “the perfect type of American womanhood.” It has been suggested that she was Chase’s wife or perhaps Emily Jewell Clark, a wealthy art collector. One of the artist’s favorite models during the early 1890s was Minnie Clark. Chase’s use of only the subject’s initial and a generic title suggests a tendency to conceive of his portrait as an ideal…

Portrait of Mrs. C. (Lady with a White Shawl) (1893). William Merritt Chase (American, 1849-1916). Oil on canvas. PAFA. Chase described the subject as “the perfect type of American womanhood.” It has been suggested that she was Chase’s wife or perhaps Emily Jewell Clark, a wealthy art collector. One of the artist’s favorite models during the early 1890s was Minnie Clark. Chase’s use of only the subject’s initial and a generic title suggests a tendency to conceive of his portrait as an ideal…

'At the Seaside' (detail) c.1892 - William Merritt Chase

American Impressionism and Realism: The Painting of Modern Life, brings together the appealing works of two generations of American painters and presents them from a fresh point of view.

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