Le Deporte(299 views)
Description: Chauncey F. Ryder was an early 20th-century artist who established his own unique style of post impressionism. He was a painter, etcher, lithographer and illustrator who had studios in New Haven, CT, Chicago, New York City and Wilton, NH. He studied at the Art Institute of Chicago (c. 1891); Smith's Art Academy; Academie Julian, Paris with Jean Paul Laurens (1901) and with Raphael Collins in Paris.
Provenance: W.B. Connor Foundation, Shelter Rock Lane, Danbury, CT; Donated to Danbury Museum & Historical Society, 1963; deaccessioned March 2007; Private collection, Connecticut
Dimensions: 45 x 58 inches
Artist or Maker: Chauncey Foster Ryder
Medium: oil on canvas