Notice of American Art Review article on William Merritt Chase.
The American Art Review for January is a noble number. The opening article is by Mrs. M. G. Van Rensellaer, and has for its subject, William Merritt Chase," an artist who has made himself u name not only in New York, where he is now established, but abroad as we!). The paper is illustrated by two full-page full-page full-page portraits, by Mr. Chase, one etched by Wm. Unger, and the other engraved by Frederick Frederick Juengling; also, by photographic fac similes of several study heads by Mr. Chase. The other papers are : "The Kneeling Angels in the Church of St. Domenick, at Bologna," by Charles C. Perkins; "The Works of the American Etchers, XVII. Charles H. Miller," by S. R. Koehler; "The Exhibitions, III. Second Annual Exhibition of the Philadelphia Society of Artists," by S. R. Koehler; and "Tho Exhibitions, IV. Third Annual Exhibition of the Salmagundi Sketch Club, New York," by S. G. W. Benjamin; in "Bibliography" is given the American and foreign art chronicie.