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Koto Chase, 1899

Oil on canvas
30 3/4 × 26 5/8 in
78.1 × 67.6 cm
This is a unique work.
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Palm Beach
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Adelson Cavalier Galleries
Palm Beach
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Though his daughter Koto had appeared in several of Chaseʼs Shinnecock Hills scenes during the …

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Though his daughter Koto had appeared in several of Chaseʼs Shinnecock Hills scenes during the 1990s,* the present work marks the first time the ten-year-old sat for her father for a formal portrait. Evidently pleased with the resulting work, Chase not only submitted it to the Pennsylvania Academyʼs annual exhibition …

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Signature
Inscribed on reverse: Tudor from Koto [Japanese character (presumably ʻKotoʼ written in Japanese)]
William Merritt Chase
American, 1849–1916
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American Impressionist William Merritt Chase declined to take on his father’s shoe business with …

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American Impressionist William Merritt Chase declined to take on his father’s shoe business with the explanation that “the desire to draw was born in me.” He trained first with Barton S. Hays in Indianapolis before studying abroad at the Royal Academy in Munich, where he met his future friends and travel companions

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Palm Beach
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Though his daughter Koto had appeared in several of Chaseʼs Shinnecock Hills scenes during the …

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Though his daughter Koto had appeared in several of Chaseʼs Shinnecock Hills scenes during the 1990s,* the present work marks the first time the ten-year-old sat for her father for a formal portrait. Evidently pleased with the resulting work, Chase not only submitted it to the Pennsylvania Academyʼs annual exhibition …

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Signature
Inscribed on reverse: Tudor from Koto [Japanese character (presumably ʻKotoʼ written in Japanese)]
William Merritt Chase
American, 1849–1916
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American Impressionist William Merritt Chase declined to take on his father’s shoe business with …

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American Impressionist William Merritt Chase declined to take on his father’s shoe business with the explanation that “the desire to draw was born in me.” He trained first with Barton S. Hays in Indianapolis before studying abroad at the Royal Academy in Munich, where he met his future friends and travel companions

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Koto Chase, 1899

Oil on canvas
30 3/4 × 26 5/8 in
78.1 × 67.6 cm
This is a unique work.
Contact For Price
location
Palm Beach
Have a question? Read our FAQ.
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