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William Merritt Chase: Paintings By Daniel Coenn
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William Merritt Chase was an American painter, notorious as an supporter of Impressionism and also fonder of the Chase School. He worked in all media though was most fluent in oil painting and... More > pastel. Chase as well created watercolor paintings and etchings but is perhaps best known for his portraits, including some of the most important people of his time and members of his own family. In addition to painting portraits, he began painting landscapes in an impressionist manner. Chase typically featured people in his landscapes and depicted them in leisurely poses, relaxing on a bench, on the beach, or lying in the summer grass. His most famed still lifes was dead fish, which he liked to paint against shady surroundings. In addition to his painting, Chase actively developed an attention in teaching and won many honors at home and overseas: he was a member of the National Academy of Design, New York and president of the Society of American Artists.< Less
William Merritt Chase: Drawings By Daniel Coenn
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Chase worked in all media but was excellent in pastel drawing. He as well created a lot of watercolor paintings and etchings. Highly proficient in pastel as well as oils, Chase organized with Robert... More > Frederick Blum the American Society of Painters in Pastel, and is viewed as one of the most accomplished artists in this medium. Chase was a member of the Ten (Ten American Painters), but also devoted much of his time to teaching, first at his New York studio, than at the Students League. He also taught at his summer home in Shinnecock, Long Island, at the Chase School (which he founded), and later at the New York School of Art and the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts. His students included Marsden Hartley, Charles Demuth , Edward Hopper , Georgia O'Keeffe , and Charles Sheeler.< Less
William Merritt Chase: 190 Masterpieces By Ann Kannings
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William Merritt Chase was an American painter, notorious as an supporter of Impressionism and also fonder of the Chase School. He worked in all media but was excellent in pastel drawing. He as well... More > created a lot of watercolor paintings and etchings. Highly proficient in pastel as well as oils, Chase is perhaps best known for his portraits, including some of the most important people of his time and members of his own family. In addition to painting portraits, he began painting landscapes in an impressionist manner. Chase was a member of the Ten (Ten American Painters), and also devoted much of his time to teaching, first at his New York studio, than at the Students League. His students included Marsden Hartley, Charles Demuth , Edward Hopper , Georgia O'Keeffe , and Charles Sheeler.< Less
William Chase: 191 Paintings and Drawings By Maria Tsaneva
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William Merritt Chase was an American painter, notorious as a supporter of Impressionism and also fonder of the Chase School. He worked in all media but was excellent in pastel drawing. He as well... More > created a lot of watercolor paintings and etchings. Highly proficient in pastel as well as oils, Chase is perhaps best known for his portraits, including some of the most important people of his time and members of his own family. In addition to painting portraits, he began painting landscapes in an impressionist manner. Chase was a member of the Ten (Ten American Painters), and also devoted much of his time to teaching, first at his New York studio, than at the Students League. His students included Marsden Hartley, Charles Demuth , Edward Hopper , Georgia O'Keeffe and Charles Sheeler.< Less
Emil Carlsen : conscious painting By William Indursky
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Today, outside a small group of traditional painters, art historians and dealers, Danish-American Impressionist/Realist painter Søren Emile Carlsen’s (1848-1932) reputation is almost all... More > but forgotten; an extreme contrast to the nearly “rock star” status he once held with the public and his peers during his lifetime. Carlsen was part of the circle of America’s best known painters including William Merritt Chase (1849-1916), Julian Alden Weir (1852-1919), Childe Hassam (1859-1935), and John Henry Twachtman (1853-1902). At his height, Carlsen’s paintings commanded the equivalent of as much as $50,000 per canvas—in today’s money—during the early 20th-century. Perhaps, it was the Dane’s loner demeanor or his obsessive focus on the making of art that aided to his lost reputation with the public. But, it is because of these traits that Carlsen has reached near hero status among today’s traditional painters and collectors.< Less
Emil Carlsen : Conscious Painting By William Indursky
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Today, outside a small group of traditional painters, art historians and dealers, Danish-American Impressionist/Realist painter Søren Emile Carlsen’s (1848-1932) reputation is almost all... More > but forgotten; an extreme contrast to the nearly “rock star” status he once held with the public and his peers during his lifetime. Carlsen was part of the circle of America’s best known painters including William Merritt Chase (1849-1916), Julian Alden Weir (1852-1919), Childe Hassam (1859-1935), and John Henry Twachtman (1853-1902). At his height, Carlsen’s paintings commanded the equivalent of as much as $50,000 per canvas—in today’s money—during the early 20th-century. Perhaps, it was the Dane’s loner demeanor or his obsessive focus on the making of art that aided to his lost reputation with the public. But, it is because of these traits that Carlsen has reached near hero status among today’s traditional painters and collectors.< Less
Emil Carlsen : conscious painting By William Eric Indursky
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Today, outside a small group of traditional painters, art historians and dealers, Danish-American Impressionist/Realist painter Søren Emile Carlsen’s (1848-1932) reputation is almost all... More > but forgotten; an extreme contrast to the nearly “rock star” status he once held with the public and his peers during his lifetime. Carlsen was part of the circle of America’s best known painters including William Merritt Chase (1849-1916), Julian Alden Weir (1852-1919), Childe Hassam (1859-1935), and John Henry Twachtman (1853-1902). At his height, Carlsen’s paintings commanded the equivalent of as much as $50,000 per canvas—in today’s money—during the early 20th-century. Perhaps, it was the Dane’s loner demeanor or his obsessive focus on the making of art that aided to his lost reputation with the public. But, it is because of these traits that Carlsen has reached near hero status among today’s traditional painters and collectors.< Less
Caroline van Hook Bean: The Last of the Impressionists By Robert Livingstone
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Dedicated to the life and career of Caroline van Hook Bean, (1879-1980), this book is based on the notebooks, letters and photographs preserved from her estate, and the multitude of images of her... More > known works of art. Trained by some of America's greatest Impressionist painters, Caroline went on to perhaps the longest active career of any artist.< Less
James McNeill Whistler an Evolution of Painting from the Old Masters: Identified By Two Missing Masterpieces By Angelle M Vinet
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The discovery of this masterpiece Whistler’s “Portrait of William Merritt Chase,” along with another important Whistler painting, “Harmony in Black, No10,” reveals... More > exciting new discoveries on Whistler’s artistic methods, from the Old Masters and the artistic truisms of the Renaissance. Documented analysis including x-ray examination, forensics and recognized paintings by Whistler’s followers will confirm this portrait and “Harmony in Black, No10,” with x-ray revealing two lost paintings. These Whistler paintings connect scholarship and identify paintings worthy of merit and what makes a masterpiece a masterpiece.< Less
James McNeill Whistler an Evolution of Painting from the Old Masters: Identified By Two Missing Masterpieces By Angelle M Vinet
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The discovery of this masterpiece Whistler’s “Portrait of William Merritt Chase,” along with another important Whistler painting, “Harmony in Black, No10,” reveals... More > exciting new discoveries on Whistler’s artistic methods, from the Old Masters and the artistic truisms of the Renaissance. Documented analysis including x-ray examination, forensics and recognized paintings by Whistler’s followers will confirm this portrait and “Harmony in Black, No10,” with x-ray revealing two lost paintings. These Whistler paintings connect scholarship and identify paintings worthy of merit and what makes a masterpiece a masterpiece.< Less