Chauncey Foster Ryder
(1868 - 1949)
Chauncey Foster Ryder was active/lived in New York, New Hampshire. Chauncey Ryder is known for sea-landscape and portrait painting, lithography.
Biography Chauncey Foster Ryder
A painter noted for his landscapes that reflected both Impressionism
and Tonalism, Chauncey Ryder was also one of the more successful
painters associated with exhibitions at the Macbeth Gallery in New York
City. His paintings became popular with collectors "who were
drawn to paintings that inspired a reflective state of mind and who
admired Ryder's ability to achieve 'the right proportion between the
real and the unreal, between detail and vagueness.' " (Lowrey)
He grew up in New Haven, Connecticut, and in his 20s, moved to Chicago
where he was a student at the Art Institute of Chicago and at the art
school, Smith's Art Academy. He later was a teacher there.
In 1901, Chauncey Ryder enrolled in the Acade
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