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William Merrit Chase

William Merrit Chase

Whistler, Symphony in Flesh Colour and Pink: Portrait of Mrs Frances Leyland, 1871–74. Frick.

Whistler, Symphony in Flesh Colour and Pink: Portrait of Mrs Frances Leyland, 1871–74. Frick.

William Merritt Chase, 1902  John Singer Sargent

William Merritt Chase, 1902 John Singer Sargent

By John Singer Sargent // Flickr by kruzito_357

By John Singer Sargent // Flickr by kruzito_357

William Merritt Chase, (American, 1849–1916). Carmencita, 1890. Gift of Sir William Van Horne, 1906 (06.969) | Carmencita, the dancer known as "The Pearl of Seville," made her New York debut in 1889 and was besieged with requests for private performances. John Singer Sargent arranged for her to perform in Chase's Tenth Street studio on April 1, 1890. After this memorable recital, Chase painted this lively portrait of her, showing her in motion as she clicks her castanets in her hands. #dance

William Merritt Chase, (American, 1849–1916). Carmencita, 1890. Gift of Sir William Van Horne, 1906 (06.969) | Carmencita, the dancer known as "The Pearl of Seville," made her New York debut in 1889 and was besieged with requests for private performances. John Singer Sargent arranged for her to perform in Chase's Tenth Street studio on April 1, 1890. After this memorable recital, Chase painted this lively portrait of her, showing her in motion as she clicks her castanets in her hands. #dance

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

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

William M. Chase, N. A., Artist: John Singer Sargent (American, Florence 1856–1925 London) Date: 1902 Medium: Oil on canvas.

William M. Chase, N. A., Artist: John Singer Sargent (American, Florence 1856–1925 London) Date: 1902 Medium: Oil on canvas.

William Merritt Chase: El impresionismo americano

William Merritt Chase: El impresionismo americano

James Abbott McNeill Whistler - (1834-1903). His tonalism had a profound effect on many American artists, including John Singer Sargent, William Merritt Chase, and Willis Seaver Adams (whom he befriended in Venice). Another significant influence was upon Arthur Frank Mathews, whom Whistler met in Paris in the late 1890s

James Abbott McNeill Whistler - (1834-1903). His tonalism had a profound effect on many American artists, including John Singer Sargent, William Merritt Chase, and Willis Seaver Adams (whom he befriended in Venice). Another significant influence was upon Arthur Frank Mathews, whom Whistler met in Paris in the late 1890s

William Merritt Chase - John Singer Sargent - www.johnsingersargent.org

William Merritt Chase - John Singer Sargent - www.johnsingersargent.org

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