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William Merritt Chase was an impressionist artist and a professor. He was born in Williamsburg, Indiana, and turned into an understudy of B. F. Feeds in Indianapolis, Joseph Oriel Eaton in New York, and consequently of A. Wagner and Karl von Piloty in Munich. In New York, he set up his school, after teaching with progress for specific years at the Art Students League. He is maybe most famous for his representation paintings, his sitters including probably the prominent people of his time. Pursue won numerous distinctions at home and abroad, turned into an individual from the National Academy of Design, New York, and a very long time as leader of the Society of American Artists.