Adelaide Cole Chase
(1868 - 1944)
Adelaide Cole Chase was active/lived in Massachusetts. Adelaide Chase is known for portrait, figure and floral still life painting.
Biography Adelaide Cole Chase
Born in Boston and growing up in Winchester, Massachusetts, Adelaide Chase became known for her portraits and decorative floral still life. She was the daughter of Belgian pianist Irma de Pelgrom and Boston painter Joseph Foxcroft Cole. Winslow Homer used her as a child model.
Her first art teachers were her father and Frederic Porter Vinton. In 1892, she married Boston architect William C Chase, and she studied at the Boston Museum School* of Art with Frank Benson and Edmund Tarbell. She then went to Paris as a student of Charles Carolus-Duran and Jean-Paul Laurens.
In 1901, she had her first one-person exhibition, and from that time, she exhibited extensively including the 1904 Louisiana Purchase Exhibiti
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