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In the Studio Corner, 1881, oil on canvas, Canajoharie Library and Art Gallery, New York. The Tenth Street Studio, 1881-82, oil on canvas, Henry E. Huntington Art Collections & Botanical Gardens. In the Studio, 1882, oil on canvas, The Brooklyn Museum. The End of the Season, 1885, pastel on paper, Mount Holyoke College Art Museum, South Hadley, Mass Long Island Landscape after a Shower of Rain, 1885-89, oil on canvas, Indianapolis Museum of Art. Early Morning Stroll, 1887-91, oil on canvas, private collection.
Shinnecock Hills (A View of Shinnecock), 1891, oil on panel, Wadsworth Atheneum, Hartford. A Friendly Visit, 1895 Portrait of Kate Freeman Clark, 1902, oil on canvas, Kate Freeman Clark Art Gallery. Dorothy, 1902, oil on canvas, Indianapolis Museum of Art. Woman of Holland, 1903, oil on canvas. The Orangerie, 1910, oil on cradled panel.

William Merritt Chase(1849-1916)
William Merritt Chase 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.