William Merritt Chase Paintings

William Merritt Chase (November 1, 1849 – October 25, 1916) was an American painter and teacher. He became associated with the art movement known as Impressionism. Chase helped to establish the Chase School, which later would became Parsons The New School for Design. Learn more »

Paintings by William Merritt Chase in Alphabetical Order

A Bit of Holland Meadows (aka A Bit of Green in Holland), 1883 A Bit of the Terrace (aka Early Morning Stroll), 1890 A Coquette, 1912
A Corner of My Studio, 1895 A Florentine Villa, c.1905-c.1907 A Friendly Call
A Girl in Yellow (aka The Yellow Gown), 1900 A Gypsy Swell (aka A Spanish Gypsy), 1905 A Lady in Brown
A Long Island Lake, c.1890 A Madrid Dancing Girl, 1886 A Portrait Study, 1880
A Spanish Girl (aka Portrait of Mrs. Chase in Spanish Dress) A Study (aka The Artist’s Wife), 1892 A Study in Pink (aka Portrait of Mrs. Robert P. McDougal), 1895
A Summer Afternon in Holland (aka Sunlight and Shadow), 1884 A Summer Day, 1895 A Sunny Afternoon, Shinnecock Hills, 1898
A Sunny Day at Shinnecock Bay, 1892 A Venetian Balcony, 1913 A Young Roman
After the Rain, 1913 Afternoon by the Sea (aka Gravesend Bay), 1888 Afternoon In The Park, 1890
Afternoon Shadows Alice Dieudonne Chase Shinnecock Hills Alice in studio in Shinnecock Long Island Sun
Along the Path at Shinnecock, 1896 An Early Stroll in the Park, 1890 An Italian Garden, 1909
Arab Encampment, 1883 Assyrian Girl At Play, 1895
At the Boat Landing, 1902 At the seaside Azaleas, c.1882
Bank of a Lake in Central Park, 1890 Boat House, Prospect Park (aka Boats on the Lake, Prospect Park), 1887 Bobbie, A Portrait Sketch, 1899
Carmencita, c.1888 Child on a Garden Walk, c.1888 Children Playing Parlor Croquet (sketch), c.1888
Colesberry Purves, 1905 Connoisseur – The Studio Corner, 1882 Contemplation, 1889
Dancing Girl, c.1881 Did You Speak To Me? Dorothy, 1902
Dorothy Dorothy and Her Sister, 1901 Elsie Leslie Lyde as Little Lord Fauntleroy, 1889
End of the season Sun, 1884 Figure Study (I), c.1885 First Touch of Autumn
Flowers (aka Roses), c.1884-c.1888 For the Little One, aka Hall at Shinnecock Gathering Autumn Flowers, 1894
Girl in a Japanese Costume, 1890 Girl in White, aka Portrait of Irene Dimock, c.1898-c.1901 Girl with Guitar, c.1886
Good Friends, c.1888 Grain Field, Shinnecock Hills, c.1891 Hall at Shinnecock, 1892
Hattie, c.1886 Hide and Seek, 1888 I am Going to See Grandma (aka Mrs. Chase and Child), 1889
Idle Hours, 1894 In the Park, Paris, 1889 In the Studio, c.1884
In the Studio, c.1882 In The Studio, 1884 Interior of the Artist’s Studio (aka The Tenth Street Studio), 1880
Interior of the Baptistry at St. Mark’s, 1878 Interior, Young Woman at a Table, 1892 James Abbott McNeill Whistler, 1885
Keying Up, The Court Jester Lady in Black, 1888 Lady in White Gown, c.1885
Lady with a Rose, c.1901 Long Island Landscape after a Shower of Rain, 1885-1889 Lydia Field Emmet
Man with Bandana, 1872-1878 May I Come In, c.1883 Meditation (aka Portrait of the Artist’s Wife), 1885-1886
Memories, 1910 Miss L., aka Isabella Lathrop, c.1913 Miss Mary Margaret Sweeny, 1910
Moses Swaim Mother and Child (The First Portrait) Mr. Francis Guerin Lloyd, 1915
Mrs. Chase and Cosy, 1895 Mrs. Chase in Prospect Park, 1886 Mrs. Meigs at the Piano Organ, 1883
Ms. Helen Dixon, 1905 My Baby (aka Cosy), c.1888 My Daughter Alice, c.1898-c.1899
My Daughter Dieudonne (Alice Dieudonne Chase), c.1902 My Daughter Dieudonnee (aka Alice Dieudonnee Chase), c.1902 My Daughter Dorothy, 1904
My Little Daughter Dorothy, 1894 Olive Trees, Florence, 1911 Peace, Fort Hamilton, 1887
Peonies, 1897 Portrait, 1902 Portrait of a Gentleman, c.1878
Portrait of a Lady Portrait of a Lady, 1890 Portrait of a Lady in a White Dress (aka Miss Edith Newbold), 1892
Portrait of a Lady in Pink (aka Lady in Pink Portrait of Mrs. Leslie Cotton), c.1888-c.1889 Portrait of a Lady with a Rose, 1902 Portrait of a Woman, c.1885
Portrait of a Young Woman, c.1905 Portrait of Helen, Daughter of the Artist, 1900 Portrait of James Whitcomb Riley, 1903
Portrait of Miss Dora Wheeler, 1883 Portrait of President William Waugh Smith, 1907 Portrait of Worthington Whittredge, c.1890
Reflection, c.1893 Shinnecock Hills 02, c.1895 Shinnecock Hills 04, 1895
Shinnecock Interior Studio, c.1892 Still Life – Brass and Glass, 1888 Still Life – Flowers
Still Life with Cockatoo, c.1881 Still Life with Fish, 1908 Still Life with Fruit, 1871
Still Life with Vegetable, 1870 Still Life With Watermelon, 1869 Still-Life, c.1913
Study of a Young Girl Study of Girl in Japanese Dress, 1895 Surprise, c.1883-c.1884
Terrace at the Mall, Cantral Park, 1890 Terrace, Prospect Park, 1886 The Antiquary Shop, 1879
The Back Yard, Shinnecock, Long Island, New York, 1900 The Bayberry Bush, 1895 The Beach at Zandvoort, 1883-1990