William Merritt Chase – American Impressionist Painter

William Merritt Chase (1849-1916) was an American Impressionist Painter who established a school for artists known as the Chase School. He played various roles in his life including an artist, teacher, father, and sophisticated cosmopolitan. Although he worked with all media, he was most talented in oil painting and pastel, as well as watercolor. He is best known for his portraits, who sitters included important people of the day and also his family members. Locations including Prospect Park, Central Park in New York City, and Shinnecock Hills on Long Island were popular locations for his outdoor paintings. Our set of patterns includes several self portraits, and numerous portraits including Portrait of a Lady, lady in Pink, Lady in Black, The Blue Kimono, Girl in Red Embroided Jacket, The Mandolin Player, Still Life Fish, At the Seaside, Azaleas, Girl in Japanese Costume, Portrait of Miss Dora Wheeler, and Portrait of Louis Betts.

Patterns Included In This Set

Self Portrait

Portrait of Miss Dora Wheeler

Portrait of James Rapelje Howell

Girl in a Japanese Costume

The Old Road to the Sea


An Afternoon Stroll

Shinnecock Hills

The Afternoon in the Park

A Sunny Day at Shinnecock Bay

At the Seaside


Portrait of Louis Betts

The Turkish Page

Young Woman Before a Mirror

Mrs. Chase in Central Park

Still Life Fish

In the Studio

Lady in Black

Portrait of a Lady in Pink

The Chase Homestead Shinnecock

Portrait of a Lady

Portrait of a Woman

Girl in Red Embroidered Jacket

Sarah Frances Joost

The Blue Kimono

Mrs. William Merritt Chase

Idle Hours

Portrait of Helen Velasquez Chase

The Mandolin Player

Study of a Young Girl

The Moroccan Girl

Still Life with Vegetables

Back of a Nude


A Spanish Gypsy

Woman in White

My Daughter Dorothy Bremond Chase

Topaz Grapes

A Friendly Call

Keying Up – The Court Jester

Prospect Park Brooklyn

Terrace Prospect Park

Self Portrait

Portrait of William Charles Le Gendre

James Abbott McNeill Whistler


Portrait of Elizabeth Fisher

A Long Island Lake

Portrait of the Artist’s Sister-in-Law