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.
Chauncey Foster Ryder was born in Danbury, Connecticut in 1868. He
spent much of his youth in New Haven, Connecticut, where he began to
pursue an interest in painting between the ages of ten and
twelve. In his early twenties he moved to Chicago for artistic
instruction, studying first at the Art Institute and then at Smith's
Academy, where he became an instructor after his first year as a
student. In 1891 he married Mary Dole Keith, and in 1901 they
sold their belongings and moved to France so that he could study art in
He first enrolled in the Academie Julien, under Jean Paul Laurens and
Raphael Colin; after two years there, he began to exhibit works at the
annual Paris Salon, and showed works regul ... Displaying 750 of 13397 characters.