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Still Life with Vegetables
1870; Oil on canvas

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The Madolin Player
1878-79Oil on canvas

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Azaleas c.1882;
Oil on canvas

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Portrait of Miss Dora Wheeler
1883; Oil on canvas
Cleveland Museum of Art

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Mrs. Meigs at Piano Organ
c.1883; Oil on canvas

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Long Island Landscape
after a Shower of Rain
1885-89; Oil on canvas
Indianapolis Museum of Art

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Prospect Park
1886; Oil on panel

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Terrace, Prospect Park
c.1886; Pastel on paper
National Mujseum of
American Art,

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Landscape,near Coney Island
c.1886; Oil on panel;
Hyde Collection Art Museum
Glen Falls, New York

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Summertime
1886; Oil on panel

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Brooklyn Landscape
c.1886; Oil on panel

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Tompkins Park, Brooklyn
1887; Oil on canvas;
Colby College Museum
of Art, Maine

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Peace, Fort Hamilton
c.1887; Oil on panel
Saint Louis Art
Museum, Missouri

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The Park c.1887
Oil on canvas
Art Institute of Chicago

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Boat House,Prospect Park
c.1887; Oil on board

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Afternoon in the Park
1887; Pastel on canvas

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The Open Air Breakfast
c.1888; Oil on canvas
Toledo Museum of Art

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Near Bay Ridge
1888;Oil on canvas

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The Blue Kimono
1888; Oil on canvas
Parrish Art Museum
southsmpton, New York

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Portrait of a Lady in Pink
c.1888-89; Oil on canvas
Museum of Art, Rhode
Island School of Design

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Weary c.1889
Oil on panel

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I Am Going to See Grandma
c.1889; Pastel on paper
San Antonio Museum of Art

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Carmencita
1890; Oil on canvas
Metropolitan Museum
of Art, New York City

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The Nursery
1890; Oil on panel

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Terrace at the Mall,
Central Park c.1890
Oil on panel

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On the Lake, Central Park
c.1890; Oil on board

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Park Bench 1890
Oil on canvas
Museum of Fine Arts

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A Bit of the Terrace
1890; Oil on canvas

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In the Park - A By-Path
c.1890; Oil on canvas
Thyssen-Bornemisza
Collection, Madrid

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An Early Stroll in the Park
c.1890; Oil on canvas
Montgomery Museum
of Fine Arts, Alabama

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Hall at Shinnecock
1892;Pastel on canvas
Terra Museum of
American Art, Chicago

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The Fairy Tale
1892; Oil on canvas

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Shinnecock Hills
c.1893; Oil on canvas

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On the Lake, Central Park
c.1894; Oil on panel

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Along Path at Shinnecock
c.1896; Oil on panel

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Near Beach,Shinnecock
c.1895; Oil on canvas
Toledo Museum of Art

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The Bayberry Bush
c.1895; Oil on canvas
Parrish Art Museum,
Southampton, New York

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At the Boat Landing
c.1902; Oil on panel

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Venice 1913;
Oil on panel

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Afternoon Shadows
Oil on panel

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Shinnecock Landscape
Oil on canvas

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Shinnecock Landscape
Oil on panel

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Portrait of Miss
Frances V. Earle
1905 Oil on canvas

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Portrait of Mrs
William Merrit Chase
c.1910; Oil on canvas

William Merritt Chase 1849-1916 was an eclectic American painter known for his portraits, landscapes, and still lifes. He was also a greatly influential teacher for 36 years. Trained at the National Academy of Design (1869-71) in New York and at Munich's Royal Academy (1872-77), he first achieved recognition as a painter in the somber Munich style. Later, as the result of a trip to Venice, Chase became more concerned with the effects of light, and his landscapes became increasingly impressionistic. In his portraits and interiors, he was influenced by Dutch and Spanish Renaissance painters and by his contemporaries John Singer Sargent and James McNeill Whistler; Chase's Portrait of Whistler (1885; Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City), painted in Whistler's style, is one of his major works. Also greatly admired were his still-life paintings, such as Still Life--Fish (c.1890-1908; Museum of Fine Arts, Boston), which recall 17th-century Dutch masterpieces. oil painting reproduction.