This is an incomplete list of William Merritt Chase artwork and consists of works (mostly paintings, but also etchings) listed in three different ways:
Alphabetically (by the names that museums call their works)
The alphabetical list aids in quickly finding information about that work and provides additional information on some individual works; the chronological listing helps trace the artist's development; the location list helps readers discover where they can see Chase's work first-hand.
One of a number of Chase's paintings with Oriental motifs and inspired by Diego Velázquez and seventeenth-century Dutch masters, a fleeting moment is captured with the model striking a "studious yet captured pose", according to the painting's description at the Philbrook Museum of Art Web site. The work features a "flourish of contours, stunning colors, decorative patterns and broad, broken brushwork". Oriental decorative and design elements are incorporated, perhaps showing the influence of Chase's contemporaries, James Abbott McNeill Whistler and John Singer Sargent. Web page for The Blue Kimono at The Philbrook Museum of Art Web site, accessed February 26, 2007