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 Harry (Henry) Chase  (1853 - 1889)

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Lived/Active: Iowa/Missouri/Massachusetts/New York/Tennessee/Ver / Holland/Europe      Known for: sailing ship, coastal-harbor genre painting

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I was also fortunate to receive a Harry Chase Oil under Glass painting from my Father.Unfortunately It came up missing when moving(large moving & storage Company) I am still trying to locate it and won't give up! You all are very lucky to have Yours...

Rebecca Rayburn

I have three small oil painitngs by Harry Chase which were given to me by my father, who purchased them at a Curran Miller auction in 1974. He said that the paintings were stenciled on the back of the canvas "Harry Chase" but that the person doing the framing glued cardboard to the back of the canvases without his knowledge. So my question is how would this affect the value of the art? Is there a way to safely removed the cardboard that was glued to the canvas and would that be worth pursuing?

John Quinlan

Harry Chase
I own a smaller oil by Harry Chase, a coastal scene with one sailing vessel and a jetty. I have read that he was committed to an asylum in Tennessee where he died. Does Mr. Kyes' family know more about this ??

Barb Kyes

a work by Harry Chase
Harry Chase was my grandmother's uncle. Her name was Lyna Chase Souther. My mother received a piece of art by him for a wedding present. It is not an oil painting but I think it is an etching. I have found nothing but oil paintings by Harry Chase on AskArt. Does anyone know of any etchings by Harry? It is picture of a sailing ship. It is beautiful but dark as he is known for. It is small, about 6 X 8 inches.

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