The Copper Urn
Estate of the artist
(Newhouse Galleries, St. Louis, by 1927)
Mr. and Mrs. Charles T. Davies, 1928
New York, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, “Loan Exhibition of Paintings by William M.
Chase,” February-March 1917, no. 31.
New York, Ferargil Galleries, “Mr. T.H. Russell Presents an Important Exhibition of
Paintings by William M. Chase from the Family,” October 1922, no. 7 (as The Copper
Pittsburg, Penn., Carnegie Institute, “Exhibition of Paintings by Williams M. Chase,”
November 1922 (as The Copper Urn).
Cincinnati, Ohio, Cincinnati Museum, December 1922.
Buffalo, N.Y., The Buffalo Fine Arts Academy, Albright Art Gallery, January-February
Washington, D.C., Corcoran Gallery of Art, “Special Memorial Exhibition of Paintings by
the Late William M. Chase,” March-April 1923, no. 13 (as Still Life with Copper Urn).
St. Louis, Mo., Newhouse Galleries, “Paintings by William Merritt Chase,” March-April
1927, no. 8, illustrated (as Still Life).
New York, American Academy of Arts and Letters, “Exhibition of the Works of Williams
Merritt Chase,” April-July 1928, no. 27 (probable).
Indianapolis, Ind., John Herron Art Museum, “Chase Centennial Exhibition,” November-
December 1949, no. 39 as Fruit Still Life (Still Life with Copper Urn).
Paintings by William Merritt Chase (St. Louis, Mo.: Newhouse Galleries, privately
printed, limited edition, 1927), no. 49, illustrated as Still Life.
Wilbur D. Peat, “Checklist of Known Work by William M. Chase," Chase Centennial
Exhibition (Indianapolis: John Herron Art Museum, 1949).