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(1849-1916) William Merritt Chase - American painter, was born at Franklin, Indiana, on the 1st of November 1849. Known for his portraits, landscapes, and still lifes. He became a member of the Ten American Painters after John Henry Twachtman died.

Adelson Galleries - William Merritt Chase
Provides two images regarding the leading impressionist painter's work. Includes a biography, selected press and exhibitions.
ARC: William Merritt Chase (1849-1916)
Display of featured artworks, biographical information and photograph of the artist.
Artcyclopedia: William Merritt Chase
Guide to art museum sites and image archives for the American impressionist painter.
The Athenaeum - William Merritt Chase
Features a total of 358 works of the American painter in high detail. Artworks date and medium are also available.
The City Review - Chase
Comprehensive biography towards the impressionist American painter.
Find A Grave - William Merritt Chase (1849 - 1916)
Location and pictures of his grave.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Shows Chase's style by analyzing one of his works 'At the Seaside'.
National Gallery of Art - William Merritt Chase
Presents a brief biography along with analysis on one of his masterpieces 'A Friendly Call'.
Sheldon Museum of Art
Chase's biographical information.
Sullivan Goss - William Merrit Chase
Complete essay on the American painter by Danielle Peltakian. Provides a biography, analysis on his works, chronology of events and awards.
WebMuseum: Chase, William Merritt
Brief biographical note and artwork images for the American painter.
William Merritt Chase
Brief article about the artist's painting "Sunlight and Shadow" on permanent display at the Joslyn Art Museum.
William Merritt Chase - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Encyclopedia article offers a brief biography a gallery of selected artworks.
William Merritt Chase: Modern American Landscapes, 1886-1890
Article provides details about the Brooklyn Museum of Art exhibit (May 26 - August 13, 2000). Includes short biographical note.
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