List of works by William Merritt Chase

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This is an incomplete list of William Merritt Chase artwork and consists of works (mostly paintings, but also etchings) listed in three different ways:

  • Alphabetically (by the names that museums call their works)
  • Chronologically
  • By location

The alphabetical list aids in quickly finding information about that work and provides additional information on some individual works; the chronological listing helps trace the artist's development; the location list helps readers discover where they can see Chase's work first-hand.

Alphabetical listing[edit]

A-D[edit]

Blue Kimono, 1898 version
A Sunny Day at Shinnecock Bay c. 1892
Alice Dieudonnée c. 1892 Terra Museum of American Art, Chicago, Illinois
Alice in Shinnecock Studio 1909 Parrish Art Museum, Southampton, New York
Along the Canal Art Gallery of the University of Rochester, New York
The Antiquary Shop 1879 Brooklyn Museum, New York, N.Y.
Arab Boy Indianapolis Museum of Art, Indiana
Artist's Daughter in Mother's
Dress (Young Girl in Black)
c. 1899 Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, D.C.
The Artist's Mother, Sarah Swaim Chase 1892 Indianapolis Museum of Art, Indiana
At Her Ease National Academy of Design, New York City
At the Seaside c. 1892 Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City
Autumn Still Life Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia
The Bayberry Bush Parrish Art Museum, Southampton, New York
The Big Brass Bowl 1899 Indianapolis Museum of Art, Indiana
The Blue Kimono 1898 Parrish Art Museum, Southampton, New York
One of a number of Chase's paintings with Oriental motifs and inspired by Diego Velázquez and seventeenth-century Dutch masters, a fleeting moment is captured with the model striking a "studious yet captured pose", according to the painting's description at the Philbrook Museum of Art Web site. The work features a "flourish of contours, stunning colors, decorative patterns and broad, broken brushwork". Oriental decorative and design elements are incorporated, perhaps showing the influence of Chase's contemporaries, James Abbott McNeill Whistler and John Singer Sargent.[1]
Carll H. de Silver c. 1909 Brooklyn Museum, New York City
A City Park Art Institute of Chicago
The Court Jester (etching) Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Massachusetts
The Deserted Beach 1907 Maier Museum of Art, Randolph College, Virginia
Did You Speak to Me?
The painting focuses on the girl's implied movement (she has just turned around from looking at one of the paintings), by rendering her in greater detail than the objects around her. The girl is Alice Dieudonne, Chase's daughter, then 10 years old, at his studio at Shinnecock Hills on Long Island. Her bracelets and gold hair band suggest genteel, graceful prosperity, and it has been said that the paintings also suggest it, although Chase at that point had some difficulty maintaining his lifestyle. The painting captures "a casual image of life suspended in time which, while looking effortless and unpremeditated, was actually carefully composed to reflect the movement of real people in real life situations." Chase learned much of this from French Impressionists.[2] The artist was also enamored of the Dutch painter Frans Hals, who also strove to capture moments in time.
Dora Wheeler 1882–1883 Cleveland Museum of Art, Ohio
Dorothy 1902 Indianapolis Museum of Art, Indiana
Duveneck in His Studio San Antonio Art League Museum, Texas

E-K[edit]

A Friendly Call, 1895, National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.
Edward Everett Hale Fogg Museum, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts
The Fairy Tale 1892 National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.
The Family Cow 1869 Indianapolis Museum of Art, Indiana
Fish, Plate, and Copper Container c. 1910 Washington County Museum of Fine Arts, Hagerstown, Maryland
First Touch of Autumn 1897-99 Indianapolis Museum of Art, Indiana
Floral Still Life with Hummingbird 1870 Indianapolis Museum of Art, Indiana
Florence Brooklyn Museum, New York City
A Friendly Call[3] 1895 National Gallery of Art, Washington D.C.
General James Watson Webb 1880 Shelburne Museum, Shelburne, Vermont
Girl in a Japanese Costume c. 1890 Brooklyn Museum, New York City
Girl in White c. 1890 Smithsonian American Art Museum, Washington, D.C.
Girl With Book c. 1902 Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts, Montgomery, Alabama
The Golden Lady 1896 Parrish Art Museum, Southampton, New York
Good Friends c. 1909 Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, D.C.
Gray Day on the Lagoon c. 1877 Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Massachusetts
Hall at Shinnecock 1892 Terra Museum of American Art, Chicago, Illinois
Harbor Scene c. 1895 Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, D.C.
Head of a Boy Cleveland Museum of Art, Ohio
Henry W. Longfellow (etching, dry-point) 1882 Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Massachusetts
Hide and Seek 1888 Brooklyn Museum, New York City
Idle Hours Amon Carter Museum, Fort Worth, Texas
In the Park. A By-path c. 1890 Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum, Madrid
In The Studio c. 1892-1893 Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, D.C.
In the Studio Corner c. 1881 Canajoharie Library & Art Gallery, Canajoharie, New York
An Italian Garden c. 1909 Chrysler Museum of Art, Norfolk, Virginia
The Jester: Preparatory drawing for
the painting "Keying Up" — The Court Jester
c. 1875 Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia
The Jester c. 1890 Cleveland Museum of Art, Ohio
Just Onions (Onions; Still Life) 1912 Los Angeles County Museum of Art, California
Keying Up' - The Court Jester 1875 Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia
The Kimono c. 1895 Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum, Madrid

L-N[edit]

Lady in a Pink Dress c. 1892 Westmoreland Museum of American Art, Greensburg, Pennsylvania
Landscape c. 1885 Wright Museum of Art at Beloit College, Wisconsin
Landscape, Near Coney Island c. 1886 Hyde Collection Art Museum, Glens Falls, New York
Landscape: Shinnecock, Long Island Princeton University Art Museum, New Jersey
The Lone Fisherman 1890s Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth College, New Hampshire
Lydia Field Emmet 1892 Brooklyn Museum, New York City
Lydia Field Emmet c. 1892 Detroit Institute of Arts, Michigan
Marianne Heyward Taylor c. 1902-06 Columbia Museum of Art, South Carolina
A Modern Magdalen c. 1888 Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Massachusetts
The Moorish Warrior c. 1878 Brooklyn Museum, New York City
Morning at Breakwater, Shinnecock c. 1897 Terra Museum of American Art, Chicago, Illinois
Chase paints his daughter, holding a coral whistle, and her mother, wearing a Japanese-inspired costume. The black tones of the kimono and the background reflect Chase's experiments with delicate tonal harmonies, which contrast sharply with the white of the child's clothing and the red near the mother's neck. One critic wrote of " . . . the tingling pleasure that one receives from the one note of vivid scarlet that cuts through this quiet harmony like a knife . . .".[4]
Mrs. Chase 1890–1895 Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Mrs. Chase and Cosy Sheldon Museum of Art, Lincoln, Nebraska
Mrs. Chase in Prospect Park 1886 Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City
Mrs. James Watson Webb (Laura Virginia Cram) c. 1880 Shelburne Museum, Shelburne, Vermont
Mrs. William Merritt Chase c. 1890 Detroit Institute of Arts, Michigan
My Little Daughter Dorothy c. 1894 Detroit Institute of Arts, Michigan
My Palette Reading Public Museum, Pennsylvania
Myra Reynolds late 19th century Smart Museum of Art, University of Chicago, Illinois
Nude c. 1901 National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.

O-R[edit]

The Olive Grove c. 1910 Terra Museum of American Art, Chicago, Illinois
The Open Air Breakfast c. 1888 Toledo Museum of Art, Ohio
The Opera Cloak c. 1890

Grand Rapids Museum of Art, Michigan

Pablo de Sarasate: Portrait of a Violinist c. 1875 Los Angeles County Museum of Art, California
Park Bench c. 1890 Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Massachusetts
The Patrician 1875 Minneapolis Institute of Arts, Minnesota
Peonies c. 1903 Lilly Endowment, Inc., Indianapolis
The Pink Bow
(Portrait of Alice Dieudonnee Chase)
c. 1898 Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, D.C.
The Pot Hunter 1894 Parrish Art Museum, Southampton, New York
Portrait of Alice Gerson by 1886 Terra Museum of American Art
Portrait of an Elderly Woman 1907 Maier Museum of Art, Randolph College, Virginia
Portrait of Artist's Daughter c. 1895 Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, D.C.
Portrait of a Girl 1903 Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, D.C.
Portrait of a Lady in Black c. 1895 Detroit Institute of Arts, Michigan
Portrait of the Lady in Pink (Mrs. Leslie Cotton) c. 1888-89 Museum of the Rhode Island School of Design
Portrait of a Man c. 1875 Smart Museum of Art, University of Chicago
Portrait of Fra Dana Montana Museum of Art and Culture, Missoula
Portrait of Henry Wolf c. 1900 Westmoreland Museum of American Art, Greensburg, Pennsylvania
Both figures look out at the viewer with composed expressions, as if they are conscious of the dignity of their pose. Yet the double portrait shows signs of a natural bond, especially the intertwined hands, suggesting affection between the grandfather and grandson, who share the same name. Chase combined a fashionable painting style of loose brushwork and dark palette with conventions of formal portraiture to create portraits that Americans with money would want. Scattered magazines on the floor and similar details add touches of authenticity that moderate the artificiality of the formal portrait.[5]
Portrait of Miss B. c. 1903 Richmond Art Museum, Indiana
Portrait of Mrs. C. (Lady with a White Shawl) 1893 Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia
Portrait of Mrs. William Merritt Chase c. 1890 Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, D.C.
Portrait of My Daughter Alice c. 1895 Cleveland Museum of Art, Ohio
Portrait of President William Waugh Smith 1907 Maier Museum of Art at Randolph College, Virginia
Portrait of a Young Girl
(daughter of Karl Theodore von Piloty)
c. 1877 Philadelphia Museum of Art, Pennsylvania
Portrait Sketch of a Woman with Mantilla Terra Museum of American Art
Priam Montana Museum of Art and Culture, Missoula
Prospect Park, Brooklyn 1887 Parrish Art Museum, Southampton, New York
Ready for a Walk: Beatrice Clough Bachmann c. 1885 Terra Museum of American Art
Reflections 1893 National Gallery of Art, Washington D.C.
Repair Docks, Gowanus Bay c. 1870-1885 Cleveland Museum of Art, Ohio
The Roycrofter - Portrait of Elbert Hubbard c. 1902 Maier Museum of Art, Randolph College, Virginia

S[edit]

St. Jerome (copy after Rembrandt) c. 1872-1879 Smithsonian American Art Museum, Washington, D.C.
Seascape 1890s Cleveland Museum of Art, Ohio
The painting was commissioned for the Richmond Art Museum, where it now hangs. Chase painted himself in his studio at his easel, holding his artist palette and with a blank canvas before him. In a letter to the museum director, Chase wrote: "I painted that picture for you people in Richmond. I thought you deserved something good. I have been interested in what you have been doing in the west for art." He added that the blank canvas in the picture was " the great picture I am going to paint someday".[6]
Self-Portrait Smithsonian American Art Museum, Washington, D.C.
Self-Portrait c. 1884 National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.
Self-portrait 1908 State Museums of Florence, Italy
Self-Portrait c. 1915 Terra Museum of American Art, Chicago, Illinois
The beribboned pince-nez eyeglasses, the carnation in his lapel and his cravat were all signature elements of Chase's typical dress and were caricatured in the press. When the Detroit Institute of Arts bought the painting in 1916, the museum stated "As a likeness it reproduces the artist as his many friends and pupils know him". The painting also exemplifies his technique, with "sure, quick brushwork". The painting has not been lined, so the original impasto (build up of paint) can be seen, especially on the forehead. The work was used to illustrate a reprint of a 1916 speech Chase made to the American Federation of Arts.[7] The portrait shows Chase, head and shoulders, in a quarter turn to the right, head turned toward the viewer, his right side somewhat in shadow, looking directly at the viewer, eyebrows crossed. He wears a jet black jacket (and sits in front of a jet black background) with very white collar and cravat, along with a very delicate white carnation (carefully painted) in his lapel.
Shinnecock Hills 1893–1897 Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum, Madrid, Spain
Shinnecock Hills 1895 Cleveland Museum of Art, Ohio
Shinnecock Hills c. 1895 Smithsonian American Art Museum, Washington, D.C.
Shinnecock Hills Landscape c. 1890–1895 Detroit Institute of Arts, Michigan
Shinnecock Hills, Long Island c. 1895 Lilly Endowment, Inc., Indianapolis, Indiana
Shinnecock Studio Interior 1892 Terra Museum of American Art, Chicago, Illinois
Sketch for a Picture — Columbus before
the Council of Salamanca (A)
c. 1876 Los Angeles County Museum of Art, California
Sketch for a Picture — Columbus
before the Council of Salamanca (B)
c. 1876 Los Angeles County Museum of Art, California
Sketch of a Man, Whistling Terra Museum of American Art, Chicago, Illinois
Spanish bull-fighter (etching, dry-point) Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Massachusetts
Spring Flowers (Peonies) by 1889 Terra Museum of American Art, Chicago, Illinois
Still Life: Cod and Mackerel c. 1885 National Museum of Wildlife Art, Jackson Hole, Wyoming
Still Life—Fish The Parthenon, Nashville, Tennessee
Still Life—Fish c. 1900 Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Massachusetts
Still Life, Fish c. 1903 Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia
Still Life, Fish 1912 Brooklyn Museum, New York City
An example of Chase's "Munich-school" style, "characterized by bravura brushwork, heavy impasto, and muted colors"; inspirations for the style came from Frans Hals and Velázquez.[8]
Still Life With Fruit 1871 Parrish Art Museum, Southampton, New York
Still Life With Watermelon 1869 Birmingham Museum of Art, Alabama
Chase's studio conveyed the sophisticated, worldly image he wanted to project. This rendering of it gives examples of the brilliant colors and bravura brushwork he could use. Near the center is a copy of Malle Babbe by Frans Hals, a painter Chase revered.[9] Contrasting textures can be seen throughout the painting, as for instance between the rougher rug, the woman's softer clothing and the pages of the books (the edges of which are rendered with careful brushstrokes) and the hard, reflective pot at the left, contrasted with the soft, reflective wall hanging and the large green plant; the shelves are full of smaller items of contrasting textures and colors.
Summer At Shinnecock Hills 1891 Cincinnati Art Museum, Ohio
In this pastel on canvas, Chase used "[h]igh-keyed summary colors and rapid Impressionistic strokes" to depict the brilliant sky, wildflowers and ocean. He often painted his daughters exploring the area around his home in Shinnecock, Long Island.[10]
Summertime (Pulling for Shore) c. 1886 Lilly Endowment, Inc., Indianapolis, Indiana
Sunlight and Shadow 1884 Joslyn Art Museum, Omaha, Nebraska
Sunlight and Shadow, Shinnecock Hills c. 1895, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Texas

T-Z[edit]

A Tambourine Player c. 1886 Montclair Art Museum, Montclair, New Jersey
Tenth Street Studio c. 1880-1881
and c. 1910
Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Terrace, Prospect Park c. 1887 Smithsonian American Art Museum, Washington, D.C.
Tompkins Park, Brooklyn 1887 Colby College Museum of Art, Waterville, Maine
The Unknown Dane c. 1876 Philadelphia Museum of Art, Pennsylvania
Untitled (Shinnecock Landscape) c. 1892 Parrish Art Museum, Southampton, New York
  • Venetian Balcony, 1913, Albrecht-Kemper Museum of Art[11] St. Joseph, Missouri
Painted during Chase's final summer abroad, the painting shows the influence of Impressionism on his work. A student of his from the St. Joseph, Missouri, area urged the St. Joseph Art League to buy the painting, which became the first piece in the collection that later became the Albrecht-Kemper Museum of Art.
Venice 1877 Oklahoma City Art Museum, Oklahoma
Wash Day (Washing Day-a Backyard Reminiscence) c. 1886 Lilly Endowment, Inc., Indianapolis, Indiana
The figure, Josephine Jessup, was a student of the artist. The entire work was drawn in pastel, which takes much longer than painting, so pastel pictures tend to be small, yet this work is life-size and almost six feet in height.[12]
  • Woman in Spanish Shawl (Alice), 1879, Wake Forest University Fine Arts Gallery, Winston-Salem, North Carolina
The painting is a portrait of his wife Alice Gerson Chase.
Woman Standing in a Landscape Fogg Museum, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts
The Yield of the Waters 1878 Detroit Institute of Arts
A demonstration piece executed before a class, probably for students at the New York School of Art (given the date). Chase typically took an hour for these paintings and gave them away as prizes to students for good work. The artist concentrated his efforts on the sitter's head to get a "sensitive and expressive portrayal" with minimal brushwork. Dabs of unmixed paint are used to portray the effects of light. The lower end of the painting is unfinished, with exuberant, curving strokes.[9]

Chronological listing[edit]

1870s and before[edit]

1869 Still Life With Watermelon Birmingham Museum of Art, Alabama[13]
c. 1870-1885 Repair Docks, Gowanus Bay Cleveland Museum of Art, Ohio
1871 Still Life With Fruit Parrish Art Museum, Southampton, N.Y.
c. 1872-1879 St. Jerome (copy after Rembrandt) Smithsonian American Art Museum, Washington, D.C.
1875 The Patrician Minneapolis Institute of Arts, Minnesota
c. 1875 The Jester: Preparatory drawing for
the painting "Keying Up" — The Court Jester
Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia
1875 "Keying Up" — The Court Jester Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia
c. 1875 Pablo de Sarasate: Portrait of a Violinist Los Angeles County Museum of Art, California
c. 1875 Portrait of a Man Smart Museum of Art, University of Chicago, Illinois
c. 1876 Sketch for a Picture — Columbus before
the Council of Salamanca (A)
Los Angeles County Museum of Art, California
c. 1876 Sketch for a Picture — Columbus
before the Council of Salamanca (B)
Los Angeles County Museum of Art, California
c. 1876 The Unknown Dane Philadelphia Museum of Art, Pennsylvania
1877 Courtyard in Venice Philadelphia Museum of Art, Pennsylvania
1877 Venice Oklahoma City Art Museum, Oklahoma
c. 1877 Gray Day on the Lagoon Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Massachusetts
c. 1877 Portrait of a Young Girl
(daughter of Karl Theodore von Piloty)
Philadelphia Museum of Art, Pennsylvania
c. 1878 The Moorish Warrior Brooklyn Museum, New York City
1878 The Yield of the Waters Detroit Institute of Arts, Michigan
1879 The Antiquary Shop Brooklyn Museum, New York City

1880s[edit]

Portrait of a Lady in Pink
1880 Harriet Hubbard Ayer De Young Museum, San Francisco, California
1880 General James Watson Webb Shelburne Museum, Shelburne, Vermont
c. 1880 Mrs. James Watson Webb (Laura Virginia Cram) Shelburne Museum, Shelburne, Vermont
c. 1880-1881
and c. 1910
Tenth Street Studio Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
c. 1881 In the Studio Corner Canajoharie Library and Art Gallery, Canajoharie, New York
c. 1882 Studio Interior Brooklyn Museum, New York City
1882 Henry W. Longfellow (etching, dry-point) Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Massachusetts
1882–1883 Dora Wheeler Cleveland Museum of Art, Ohio
1884 Sunlight and Shadow Joslyn Art Museum, Omaha, Nebraska
c. 1884 Self-Portrait National Gallery of Art, Washington D.C.
c. 1885 Landscape Wright Museum of Art at Beloit College, Wisconsin
c. 1885 Still Life: Cod and Mackerel National Museum of Wildlife Art, Jackson Hole, Wyoming
c. 1885 Ready for a Walk: Beatrice Clough Bachmann Terra Museum of American Art, Chicago, Illinois
1886 Mrs. Chase in Prospect Park Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City
by 1886 Portrait of Alice Gerson Terra Museum of American Art, Chicago, Illinois
c. 1886 Wash Day (Washing Day—a Backyard Reminiscence Lilly Endowment, Inc., Indianapolis, Indiana
c. 1886 Summertime (Pulling for Shore) Lilly Endowment, Inc., Indianapolis, Indiana
c. 1886 The White Rose Phoenix Art Museum, Arizona
c. 1886 Landscape, Near Coney Island Hyde Collection Art Museum, Glens Falls, New York
c. 1886 A Tambourine Player Montclair Art Museum, Montclair, New Jersey
c. 1887 Terrace, Prospect Park Smithsonian American Art Museum, Washington, D.C.
1887 Tompkins Park, Brooklyn Colby College Museum of Art, Waterville, Maine
1887 Prospect Park, Brooklyn Parrish Art Museum, Southampton, New York
1888 Hide and Seek The Phillips Collection, Washington, D.C.
c. 1888 A Modern Magdalen Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Massachusetts
c. 1888 Mother and Child (The First Portrait) Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Texas
c. 1888 The Open Air Breakfast Toledo Museum of Art, Ohio
c. 1888-89 Portrait of the Lady in Pink
(Mrs. Leslie Cotton)
Museum of the Rhode Island School of Design
by 1889 Spring Flowers (Peonies) Terra Museum of American Art, Chicago, Illinois

1890s[edit]

Park Bench
c. 1890 The Opera Cloak Grand Rapids Museum of Art, Michigan
c. 1890 Park Bench Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Massachusetts
1890–1895 Mrs. Chase Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
late 19th
century
Myra Reynolds Smart Museum of Art, University of Chicago, Illinois
c. 1890 Portrait of Mrs. William Merritt Chase Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, D.C.
c. 1890 Girl in a Japanese Costume Brooklyn Museum, New York City
c. 1890 Girl in White Smithsonian American Art Museum, Washington, D.C.
c. 1890 The Jester Cleveland Museum of Art, Ohio
c. 1890 Mrs. William Merritt Chase Detroit Institute of Arts, Michigan
c. 1890 In the Park. A By-path Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum, Madrid
c. 1890–1895 Shinnecock Hills Landscape Detroit Institute of Arts, Michigan
1891 Summer At Shinnecock Hills Cincinnati Art Museum, Ohio
1890s The Lone Fisherman Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth College, Hanover, New Hampshire
1890s Seascape Cleveland Museum of Art, Ohio
1892 Lydia Field Emmet Brooklyn Museum, New York City
c. 1892 A Summer Day Art Gallery of the University of Rochester, New York
c. 1892 A Sunny Day at Shinnecock Bay
c. 1892 At the Seaside Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City
c. 1892 Lydia Field Emmet Detroit Institute of Arts, Michigan
c. 1892 Alice Dieudonnée Terra Museum of American Art, Chicago, Illinois
c. 1892 Lady in a Pink Dress Westmoreland Museum of American Art, Greensburg, Pennsylvania
c. 1892 Untitled (Shinnecock Landscape) Parrish Art Museum, Southampton, New York
1892 Hall at Shinnecock Terra Museum of American Art, Chicago, Illinois
1892 Shinnecock Studio Interior Terra Museum of American Art, Chicago, Illinois
1892 The Fairy Tale National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.
c. 1892-1893 In The Studio Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, D.C.
1893 Reflections National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.
1893 Portrait of Mrs. C. (Lady with a White Shawl) Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia
1893–1897 Shinnecock Hills Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum, Madrid
c. 1894 Idle Hours Amon Carter Museum, Fort Worth, Texas
c. 1894 My Little Daughter Dorothy Detroit Institute of Arts, Michigan
1894 The Pot Hunter Parrish Art Museum, Southampton, New York
1895 Shinnecock Hills Cleveland Museum of Art, Ohio
c. 1895 Portrait of a Lady in Black Detroit Institute of Arts, Michigan
c. 1895 Shinnecock Hills, Long Island Lilly Endowment, Inc., Indianapolis, Indiana
c. 1895 Shinnecock Hills Smithsonian American Art Museum, Washington, D.C.
c. 1895 Portrait of My Daughter Alice Cleveland Museum of Art, Ohio
c. 1895 Harbor Scene Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, D.C.
c. 1895 The Kimono Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum, Madrid
c. 1895 Portrait of Artist's Daughter Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, D.C.
1895 A Friendly Call National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.
c. 1895 Still Life Urns and Red Peppers Swope Art Museum, Terre Haute, Indiana
c. 1895 Sunlight and Shadow, Shinnecock Hills Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Massachusetts
1896 The Golden Lady Parrish Art Museum, Southampton, New York
c. 1897 Morning at Breakwater, Shinnecock Terra Museum of American Art, Chicago, Illinois
1897 Did You Speak to Me? Butler Institute of American Art, Youngstown, Ohio
c. 1898 The Pink Bow
(Portrait of Alice Dieudonnee Chase)
Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, D.C.
1898 The Blue Kimono Parrish Art Museum, Southampton, New York
c. 1899 Artist's Daughter in Mother's Dress
(Young Girl in Black)
Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, D.C.

1900-1909[edit]

c. 1900 Portrait of Ms. D De Young Museum, San Francisco, California
c. 1900 Portrait of Henry Wolf Westmoreland Museum of American Art, Greensburg, Pennsylvania
c. 1900 Still Life—Fish Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Massachusetts
c. 1900 Young Girl Bruce Museum, Greenwich, Connecticut
c. 1901 Nude National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.
c. 1902 The Roycrofter - Portrait of Elbert Hubbard Maier Museum of Art, Randolph College, Virginia
c. 1902 Girl With Book Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts, Montgomery, Alabama
c. 1902-06 Marianne Heyward Taylor Columbia Museum of Art, South Carolina
c. 1903 Still Life, Fish Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia
c. 1903 Portrait of Miss B. Richmond Art Museum, Indiana
c. 1903 Peonies Lilly Endowment, Inc., Indianapolis, Indiana
1903 Portrait of a Girl Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, D.C.
1903 Portrait of Master Otis Barton and
his Grandfather
Currier Museum of Art, Manchester, New Hampshire
1907 Portrait of President William Waugh Smith Maier Museum of Art at Randolph College, Virginia
1907 Portrait of an Elderly Woman Maier Museum of Art, Randolph College, Virginia
1907 The Deserted Beach Maier Museum of Art, Randolph College, Virginia
1908 Self-portrait State Museums of Florence, Italy
c. 1909 Carll H. de Silver Brooklyn Museum, New York City
c. 1909 Good Friends Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, D.C.
c. 1909 An Italian Garden Chrysler Museum of Art, Norfolk, Virginia
1909 Alice in Shinnecock Studio Parrish Art Museum, Southampton, New York

1910 and after[edit]

c. 1910 Fish, Plate, and Copper Container Washington County Museum of Fine Arts, Hagerstown, Maryland
c. 1910 The Olive Grove Terra Museum of American Art, Chicago, Illinois
1911 Portrait of a Lady in Black (Anna Traquair Lang) Philadelphia Museum of Art, Pennsylvania
1912 Just Onions (Onions; Still Life) Los Angeles County Museum of Art, California
1912 Still Life, Fish Brooklyn Museumrt, New York City
1913 Venetian Balcony Albrecht-Kemper Museum of Art, St. Joseph, Missouri
c. 1914 Self Portrait Detroit Institute of Arts, Michigan
c. 1915 Self-Portrait Terra Museum of American Art, Chicago, Illinois
1915-16 Self-portrait: The Artist in his Studio Richmond Art Museum, Indiana

Undated[edit]

Still Life With Watermelon
Along the Canal Art Gallery of the University of Rochester, New York
At Her Ease National Academy of Design, New York City
Autumn Still Life Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia
The Bayberry Bush Parrish Art Museum, Southampton, New York
The Blue Kimono Philbrook Museum of Art, Tulsa, Oklahoma
A City Park Art Institute of Chicago, Illinois
The Court Jester (etching) Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Massachusetts
Duveneck in His Studio San Antonio Art League Museum, Texas
Edward Everett Hale Fogg Museum, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts
Florence The Phillips Collection, Washington, D.C.
Head of a Boy Cleveland Museum of Art, Ohio
Keying Up' - The Court Jester Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia
Landscape: Shinnecock, Long Island Princeton University Art Museum, New Jersey
Mrs. Chase and Cosy Sheldon Museum of Art, Lincoln, Nebraska
My Palette Reading Public Museum, Pennsylvania
Portrait of Fra Dana Montana Museum of Art and Culture, Missoula
Portrait Sketch of a Woman with Mantilla Terra Museum of American Art, Chicago, Illinois
Priam Montana Museum of Art and Culture, Missoula
Self-Portrait Smithsonian American Art Museum, Washington, D.C.
Sketch of a Man, Whistling Terra Museum of American Art, Chicago, Illinois
Spanish bull-fighter (etching, dry-point) Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Massachusetts
Still Life—Fish The Parthenon, Nashville, Tennessee
Woman in Spanish Shawl (Alice) Wake Forest University Fine Arts Gallery, Winston-Salem, North Carolina
Woman Standing in a Landscape Fogg Museum, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts

List of works by current location[edit]

Northeast United States[edit]

New York City[edit]

Metropolitan Museum of Art:

  • At the Seaside, c. 1892
  • Mrs. Chase in Prospect Park, 1886

Brooklyn Museum:

  • The Antiquary Shop, 1879
  • Still Life, Fish, 1912
  • Lydia Field Emmet, 1892
  • Carll H. de Silver, c. 1909
  • The Moorish Warrior, c. 1878
  • Girl in a Japanese Costume
  • Studio Interior, c. 1882

Elsewhere in New York City:

Elsewhere in New York state[edit]

Art Gallery of the University of Rochester:

  • A Summer Day
  • Along the Canal

Parrish Art Museum, Southampton:

  • The Blue Kimono, 1898
  • The Bayberry Bush
  • Alice in Shinnecock Studio, 1909
  • The Pot Hunter, 1894
  • The Golden Lady, 1896
  • Still Life With Fruit, 1871
  • Prospect Park, Brooklyn, 1887
  • Untitled (Shinnecock Landscape) c. 1892

New Jersey, Pennsylvania[edit]

Pennsylvania:

Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh:

  • Mrs. Chase, 1890–1895
  • Tenth Street Studio, c. 1880-1881, and c. 1910

Westmoreland Museum of American Art, Greensburg:

  • Lady in a Pink Dress, c. 1892
  • Portrait of Henry Wolf, c. 1900

Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia:

  • The Jester: Preparatory drawing for the painting "Keying Up" — The Court Jester, c. 1875
  • "Keying Up" — The Court Jester, 1875
  • Portrait of Mrs. C. (Lady with a White Shawl), 1893
  • Still Life, Fish, c. 1903
  • Autumn Still Life

Philadelphia Museum of Art

  • Courtyard in Venice, 1877
  • Portrait of a Lady in Black (Anna Traquair Lang), 1911
  • Portrait of a Lady, c. 1915
  • The Unknown Dane, c. 1876
  • Portrait of a Young Girl (daughter of Karl Theodore von Piloty) c. 1877

New Jersey:

Boston and Cambridge, Massachusetts[edit]

Museum of Fine Arts, Boston:

  • Sunlight and Shadow, Shinnecock Hills, c. 1895
  • Still Life — Fish, c. 1900
  • Gray Day on the Lagoon, c. 1877
  • Park Bench, c. 1890
  • A Modern Magdalen, c. 1888
  • Spanish bull-fighter (etching, dry-point)
  • Henry W. Longfellow (etching, dry-point), 1882
  • The Court Jester (etching)

Fogg Art Museum, Harvard University, Cambridge:

  • Edward Everett Hale
  • Woman Standing in a Landscape

Elsewhere in New England[edit]

Washington, D.C.[edit]

Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden:

  • Good Friends, c. 1909
  • Harbor Scene, c. 1895
  • In The Studio, c. 1892-1893
  • Portrait of a Girl, 1903
  • Portrait of Artist's Daughter, c. 1895
  • Portrait of Mrs. William Merritt Chase, c. 1890
  • The Pink Bow (Portrait of Alice Dieudonnee Chase), c. 1898
  • Artist's Daughter in Mother's Dress (Young Girl in Black), c. 1899

National Gallery of Art:

  • A Friendly Call, 1895
  • Nude, c. 1901
  • Self-Portrait, c. 1884
  • The Fairy Tale, 1892
  • Reflections, 1893
  • Girl in White, c. 1890
  • Shinnecock Hills, c. 1895

The Phillips Collection:

  • Florence, undated
  • Hide and Seek, 1888

Smithsonian American Art Museum

  • St. Jerome (copy after Rembrandt), c. 1872-1879
  • Terrace, Prospect Park, c. 1887
  • Self-Portrait

Maryland[edit]

Washington County Museum of Fine Arts, Hagerstown:

  • Fish, Plate, and Copper Container, c. 1910

Midwest United States[edit]

Chicago, Illinois[edit]

Art Institute of Chicago:

  • A City Park

Terra Museum of American Art:

  • Ready for a Walk: Beatrice Clough Bachmann, c. 1885
  • Alice Dieudonnée, c. 1892
  • Portrait of Alice Gerson by 1886
  • Morning at Breakwater, Shinnecock, c. 1897
  • Spring Flowers (Peonies), by 1889
  • Hall at Shinnecock, 1892
  • Shinnecock Studio Interior, 1892
  • The Olive Grove, c. 1910
  • Self-Portrait, c. 1915
  • Sketch of a Man, Whistling, undated
  • Portrait Sketch of a Woman with Mantilla, undated

Smart Museum of Art, University of Chicago:

  • Myra Reynolds, late 19th century
  • Portrait of a Man, c. 1875

Indiana[edit]

Detroit Institute of Arts[edit]

  • Lydia Field Emmet, c. 1892
  • Mrs. William Merritt Chase, c. 1890
  • Portrait of a Lady in Black, c. 1895
  • My Little Daughter Dorothy, c. 1894
  • Self Portrait, c. 1914
  • Shinnecock Hills Landscape, c. 1890–1895
  • The Yield of the Waters, 1878

Kalamazoo Institute of Arts[edit]

  • A Study in Pink(Mrs. Robert McDougal), 1895

Ohio[edit]

Cleveland[edit]

Cleveland Museum of Art:

  • Portrait of My Daughter Alice, c. 1895
  • Head of a Boy
  • Dora Wheeler, 1882–1883
  • Shinnecock Hills, 1895
  • Seascape, 1890s
  • Repair Docks, Gowanus Bay, c. 1870-1885
  • The Jester, c. 1890

Southern United States[edit]

Oklahoma[edit]

Texas[edit]

Virginia[edit]

Maier Museum of Art at Randolph College, Lynchburg:

  • Portrait of President William Waugh Smith, 1907
  • The Roycrofter — Portrait of Elbert Hubbard, c. 1902
  • The Deserted Beach, 1907
  • Portrait of an Elderly Woman, 1907

Elsewhere:

Elsewhere[edit]

Western United States[edit]

Los Angeles County Museum of Art:

  • Pablo de Sarasate: Portrait of a Violinist, c. 1875
  • Sketch for a Picture — Columbus before
    the Council of Salamanca
    (A), c. 1876
  • Sketch for a Picture — Columbus
    before the Council of Salamanca
    (B), c. 1876
  • Just Onions (Onions; Still Life), 1912

Montana Museum of Art and Culture, Missoula:

  • Portrait of Fra Dana, 1897
  • Priam

Elsewhere:

Outside the United States[edit]

Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum, Madrid, Spain:

  • The Kimono, c. 1895
  • Shinnecock Hills, 1893–1897
  • In the Park. A By-path, c. 1890

Elsewhere:

  • Self-portrait, 1908, State Museums of Florence, Italy

Notes and references[edit]

Items on the lists above largely come from the Artcyclopedia Web site.

  1. ^ http://www.philbrook.org/exhibitions/galleries/page.cfm?page=14
  2. ^ http://www.butlerart.com/pc_book/pages/william_merritt_chase_1849.htm
  3. ^ "A Friendly Call". nga.gov. 
  4. ^ The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. "MFAH - Collections at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston". mfah.org. 
  5. ^ http://collections.currier.org/Obj141$1052
  6. ^ http://www.richmondartmuseum.org/collection/chase-william-merritt.htm
  7. ^ Orcut, Kimberly, catalog for the exhibit of the same name, Painterly Controversy: William Merritt Chase and Robert Henri, the Bruce Museum, Greenwich, Connecticut (January 27 to April 29, 2007) ISBN 0-9766381-2-6 page 60; for the Detroit museum quote, the author cites "Chase Self-portrait" Bulletin of the Detroit Museum of Art, 10 (May 1916): 2
  8. ^ http://www.swope.org/collection2.htm
  9. ^ a b Orcutt, Kimberly, Painterly Controversy: William Merritt Chase and Robert Henri, catalog for an exhibit of the same name at The Bruce Museum of Arts and Science, Greenwich, Connecticut, January 27 – April 29, 2007
  10. ^ http://magart.rochester.edu/CUS.18.AddedInfo_test._3061$7603*395899
  11. ^ "The Albrecht-Kemper Museum of Art". albrecht-kemper.org. 
  12. ^ http://www.phxart.org/images/chase_wr.jpg
  13. ^ http://www.artsbma.org/showglry.asp?I=A&G=Painting-and-Sculpture:-American&L=0

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