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b. 1861 - d. 1928

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      • Pastel, Clara Taggert McChesney
        Oct. 16, 2022

        Pastel, Clara Taggert McChesney

        Est: $1,500 - $2,500

        Clara J. Taggert McChesney (American, 1860-1928), "Mother and Child," pastel on paper, signed lower right, sight: 20"h x 25.5"w, overall (with frame): 32"h x 37.5"w. Provenance: Purchased from Robert Slawinski Auctioneers, May 2019, lot 5051.

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      • Clara Taggart McChesney (1860/61-1928) American painter
        Nov. 18, 2021

        Clara Taggart McChesney (1860/61-1928) American painter

        Est: $100 - $150

        [ART] Clara Taggart McChesney (1860/61-1928) American painter and writer known for her figurative painting, landscapes and scenes and people of Holland. McChesney began her art studies in San Francisco with Virgil Williams at the California School of Design, before moving to New York City to continue her studies with H. S. Mowbray and J. C. Beckwith. This was followed by a move to Paris, where she enrolled in the Acad_mie Colarossi and studied with Courtois. MacChesney exhibited watercolors at the 1893 World's Columbian Exposition in Chicago, and was awarded a medal for her work. An article in The San Francisco Call announced that she had placed two paintings in the 1900 Worlds Exposition in Paris, and remarked that: "Both American and foreign artists have referred to Miss McChesney as 'America's foremost woman painter.' " She would later exhibit at the 1904 St. Louis Worlds Fair, winning a bronze medal. Offered here is a signed photograph of her painting BLIND FIDDLER. The photo 6 x 4.5 in. is mounted to 12 x 9-3/4 in. board. Signed on the mountboard. VG.

        East Coast Books
      • Clara Taggart McChesney (1860/61-1928) American painter
        Oct. 21, 2021

        Clara Taggart McChesney (1860/61-1928) American painter

        Est: $100 - $150

        [ART] Clara Taggart McChesney (1860/61-1928) American painter and writer known for her figurative painting, landscapes and scenes and people of Holland. McChesney began her art studies in San Francisco with Virgil Williams at the California School of Design, before moving to New York City to continue her studies with H. S. Mowbray and J. C. Beckwith. This was followed by a move to Paris, where she enrolled in the Acad_mie Colarossi and studied with Courtois. MacChesney exhibited watercolors at the 1893 World's Columbian Exposition in Chicago, and was awarded a medal for her work. An article in The San Francisco Call announced that she had placed two paintings in the 1900 Worlds Exposition in Paris, and remarked that: "Both American and foreign artists have referred to Miss McChesney as 'America's foremost woman painter.' " She would later exhibit at the 1904 St. Louis Worlds Fair, winning a bronze medal. Offered here is a signed photograph of her painting BLIND FIDDLER. The photo 6 x 4.5 in. is mounted to 12 x 9-3/4 in. board. Signed on the mountboard. VG.

        East Coast Books
      • Clara Taggart McChesney (1860/61-1928) American painter
        Sep. 23, 2021

        Clara Taggart McChesney (1860/61-1928) American painter

        Est: $100 - $150

        [ART] Clara Taggart McChesney (1860/61-1928) American painter and writer known for her figurative painting, landscapes and scenes and people of Holland. McChesney began her art studies in San Francisco with Virgil Williams at the California School of Design, before moving to New York City to continue her studies with H. S. Mowbray and J. C. Beckwith. This was followed by a move to Paris, where she enrolled in the Acad_mie Colarossi and studied with Courtois. MacChesney exhibited watercolors at the 1893 World's Columbian Exposition in Chicago, and was awarded a medal for her work. An article in The San Francisco Call announced that she had placed two paintings in the 1900 Worlds Exposition in Paris, and remarked that: "Both American and foreign artists have referred to Miss McChesney as 'America's foremost woman painter.' " She would later exhibit at the 1904 St. Louis Worlds Fair, winning a bronze medal. Offered here is a signed photograph of her painting BLIND FIDDLER. The photo 6 x 4.5 in. is mounted to 12 x 9-3/4 in. board. Signed on the mountboard. VG.

        East Coast Books
      • Clara Taggart McChesney (1860/61-1928) American painter
        Aug. 05, 2021

        Clara Taggart McChesney (1860/61-1928) American painter

        Est: $100 - $150

        [ART] Clara Taggart McChesney (1860/61-1928) American painter and writer known for her figurative painting, landscapes and scenes and people of Holland. McChesney began her art studies in San Francisco with Virgil Williams at the California School of Design, before moving to New York City to continue her studies with H. S. Mowbray and J. C. Beckwith. This was followed by a move to Paris, where she enrolled in the Acad_mie Colarossi and studied with Courtois. MacChesney exhibited watercolors at the 1893 World's Columbian Exposition in Chicago, and was awarded a medal for her work. An article in The San Francisco Call announced that she had placed two paintings in the 1900 Worlds Exposition in Paris, and remarked that: "Both American and foreign artists have referred to Miss McChesney as 'America's foremost woman painter.' " She would later exhibit at the 1904 St. Louis Worlds Fair, winning a bronze medal. Offered here is a signed photograph of her painting BLIND FIDDLER. The photo 6 x 4.5 in. is mounted to 12 x 9-3/4 in. board. Signed on the mountboard. VG.

        East Coast Books
      • Clara Taggart McChesney (1860/61-1928) American painter
        Jun. 24, 2021

        Clara Taggart McChesney (1860/61-1928) American painter

        Est: $100 - $150

        [ART] Clara Taggart McChesney (1860/61-1928) American painter and writer known for her figurative painting, landscapes and scenes and people of Holland. McChesney began her art studies in San Francisco with Virgil Williams at the California School of Design, before moving to New York City to continue her studies with H. S. Mowbray and J. C. Beckwith. This was followed by a move to Paris, where she enrolled in the Acad_mie Colarossi and studied with Courtois. MacChesney exhibited watercolors at the 1893 World's Columbian Exposition in Chicago, and was awarded a medal for her work. An article in The San Francisco Call announced that she had placed two paintings in the 1900 Worlds Exposition in Paris, and remarked that: "Both American and foreign artists have referred to Miss McChesney as 'America's foremost woman painter.' " She would later exhibit at the 1904 St. Louis Worlds Fair, winning a bronze medal. Offered here is a signed photograph of her painting BLIND FIDDLER. The photo 6 x 4.5 in. is mounted to 12 x 9-3/4 in. board. Signed on the mountboard. VG.

        East Coast Books
      • Clara Taggart McChesney (1860/61-1928) American painter
        May. 20, 2021

        Clara Taggart McChesney (1860/61-1928) American painter

        Est: $100 - $150

        [ART] Clara Taggart McChesney (1860/61-1928) American painter and writer known for her figurative painting, landscapes and scenes and people of Holland. McChesney began her art studies in San Francisco with Virgil Williams at the California School of Design, before moving to New York City to continue her studies with H. S. Mowbray and J. C. Beckwith. This was followed by a move to Paris, where she enrolled in the Acad_mie Colarossi and studied with Courtois. MacChesney exhibited watercolors at the 1893 World's Columbian Exposition in Chicago, and was awarded a medal for her work. An article in The San Francisco Call announced that she had placed two paintings in the 1900 Worlds Exposition in Paris, and remarked that: "Both American and foreign artists have referred to Miss McChesney as 'America's foremost woman painter.' " She would later exhibit at the 1904 St. Louis Worlds Fair, winning a bronze medal. Offered here is a signed photograph of her painting BLIND FIDDLER. The photo 6 x 4.5 in. is mounted to 12 x 9-3/4 in. board. Signed on the mountboard. VG.

        East Coast Books
      • Clara Taggart McChesney (1860/61-1928) American painter
        Apr. 15, 2021

        Clara Taggart McChesney (1860/61-1928) American painter

        Est: $100 - $150

        [ART] Clara Taggart McChesney (1860/61-1928) American painter and writer known for her figurative painting, landscapes and scenes and people of Holland. McChesney began her art studies in San Francisco with Virgil Williams at the California School of Design, before moving to New York City to continue her studies with H. S. Mowbray and J. C. Beckwith. This was followed by a move to Paris, where she enrolled in the Acad_mie Colarossi and studied with Courtois. MacChesney exhibited watercolors at the 1893 World's Columbian Exposition in Chicago, and was awarded a medal for her work. An article in The San Francisco Call announced that she had placed two paintings in the 1900 Worlds Exposition in Paris, and remarked that: "Both American and foreign artists have referred to Miss McChesney as 'America's foremost woman painter.' " She would later exhibit at the 1904 St. Louis Worlds Fair, winning a bronze medal. Offered here is a signed photograph of her painting BLIND FIDDLER. The photo 6 x 4.5 in. is mounted to 12 x 9-3/4 in. board. Signed on the mountboard. VG.

        East Coast Books
      • Clara Taggart McChesney (1860/61-1928) American painter
        Mar. 25, 2021

        Clara Taggart McChesney (1860/61-1928) American painter

        Est: $100 - $150

        [ART] Clara Taggart McChesney (1860/61-1928) American painter and writer known for her figurative painting, landscapes and scenes and people of Holland. McChesney began her art studies in San Francisco with Virgil Williams at the California School of Design, before moving to New York City to continue her studies with H. S. Mowbray and J. C. Beckwith. This was followed by a move to Paris, where she enrolled in the Acad_mie Colarossi and studied with Courtois. MacChesney exhibited watercolors at the 1893 World's Columbian Exposition in Chicago, and was awarded a medal for her work. An article in The San Francisco Call announced that she had placed two paintings in the 1900 Worlds Exposition in Paris, and remarked that: "Both American and foreign artists have referred to Miss McChesney as 'America's foremost woman painter.' " She would later exhibit at the 1904 St. Louis Worlds Fair, winning a bronze medal. Offered here is a signed photograph of her painting BLIND FIDDLER. The photo 6 x 4.5 in. is mounted to 12 x 9-3/4 in. board. Signed on the mountboard. VG.

        East Coast Books
      • Clara Taggart McChesney (1860/61-1928) American painter
        Feb. 18, 2021

        Clara Taggart McChesney (1860/61-1928) American painter

        Est: $100 - $150

        [ART] Clara Taggart McChesney (1860/61-1928) American painter and writer known for her figurative painting, landscapes and scenes and people of Holland. McChesney began her art studies in San Francisco with Virgil Williams at the California School of Design, before moving to New York City to continue her studies with H. S. Mowbray and J. C. Beckwith. This was followed by a move to Paris, where she enrolled in the Acad_mie Colarossi and studied with Courtois. MacChesney exhibited watercolors at the 1893 World's Columbian Exposition in Chicago, and was awarded a medal for her work. An article in The San Francisco Call announced that she had placed two paintings in the 1900 Worlds Exposition in Paris, and remarked that: "Both American and foreign artists have referred to Miss McChesney as 'America's foremost woman painter.' " She would later exhibit at the 1904 St. Louis Worlds Fair, winning a bronze medal. Offered here is a signed photograph of her painting BLIND FIDDLER. The photo 6 x 4.5 in. is mounted to 12 x 9-3/4 in. board. Signed on the mountboard. VG.

        East Coast Books
      • Clara Taggart McChesney (1860/61-1928) American painter
        Jan. 07, 2021

        Clara Taggart McChesney (1860/61-1928) American painter

        Est: $100 - $150

        [ART] Clara Taggart McChesney (1860/61-1928) American painter and writer known for her figurative painting, landscapes and scenes and people of Holland. McChesney began her art studies in San Francisco with Virgil Williams at the California School of Design, before moving to New York City to continue her studies with H. S. Mowbray and J. C. Beckwith. This was followed by a move to Paris, where she enrolled in the Acad_mie Colarossi and studied with Courtois. MacChesney exhibited watercolors at the 1893 World's Columbian Exposition in Chicago, and was awarded a medal for her work. An article in The San Francisco Call announced that she had placed two paintings in the 1900 Worlds Exposition in Paris, and remarked that: "Both American and foreign artists have referred to Miss McChesney as 'America's foremost woman painter.' " She would later exhibit at the 1904 St. Louis Worlds Fair, winning a bronze medal. Offered here is a signed photograph of her painting BLIND FIDDLER. The photo 6 x 4.5 in. is mounted to 12 x 9-3/4 in. board. Signed on the mountboard. VG.

        East Coast Books
      • Clara Taggart McChesney (1860/61-1928) American painter
        Dec. 10, 2020

        Clara Taggart McChesney (1860/61-1928) American painter

        Est: $100 - $150

        [ART] Clara Taggart McChesney (1860/61-1928) American painter and writer known for her figurative painting, landscapes and scenes and people of Holland. McChesney began her art studies in San Francisco with Virgil Williams at the California School of Design, before moving to New York City to continue her studies with H. S. Mowbray and J. C. Beckwith. This was followed by a move to Paris, where she enrolled in the Acad_mie Colarossi and studied with Courtois. MacChesney exhibited watercolors at the 1893 World's Columbian Exposition in Chicago, and was awarded a medal for her work. An article in The San Francisco Call announced that she had placed two paintings in the 1900 Worlds Exposition in Paris, and remarked that: "Both American and foreign artists have referred to Miss McChesney as 'America's foremost woman painter.' " She would later exhibit at the 1904 St. Louis Worlds Fair, winning a bronze medal. Offered here is a signed photograph of her painting BLIND FIDDLER. The photo 6 x 4.5 in. is mounted to 12 x 9-3/4 in. board. Signed on the mountboard. VG.

        East Coast Books
      • Clara Taggart McChesney (1860/61-1928) American painter
        Nov. 19, 2020

        Clara Taggart McChesney (1860/61-1928) American painter

        Est: $100 - $150

        [ART] Clara Taggart McChesney (1860/61-1928) American painter and writer known for her figurative painting, landscapes and scenes and people of Holland. McChesney began her art studies in San Francisco with Virgil Williams at the California School of Design, before moving to New York City to continue her studies with H. S. Mowbray and J. C. Beckwith. This was followed by a move to Paris, where she enrolled in the Acad_mie Colarossi and studied with Courtois. MacChesney exhibited watercolors at the 1893 World's Columbian Exposition in Chicago, and was awarded a medal for her work. An article in The San Francisco Call announced that she had placed two paintings in the 1900 Worlds Exposition in Paris, and remarked that: "Both American and foreign artists have referred to Miss McChesney as 'America's foremost woman painter.' " She would later exhibit at the 1904 St. Louis Worlds Fair, winning a bronze medal. Offered here is a signed photograph of her painting BLIND FIDDLER. The photo 6 x 4.5 in. is mounted to 12 x 9-3/4 in. board. Signed on the mountboard. VG.

        East Coast Books
      • Clara Taggart McChesney (1860/61-1928) American painter
        Oct. 22, 2020

        Clara Taggart McChesney (1860/61-1928) American painter

        Est: $100 - $150

        [ART] Clara Taggart McChesney (1860/61-1928) American painter and writer known for her figurative painting, landscapes and scenes and people of Holland. McChesney began her art studies in San Francisco with Virgil Williams at the California School of Design, before moving to New York City to continue her studies with H. S. Mowbray and J. C. Beckwith. This was followed by a move to Paris, where she enrolled in the Acad_mie Colarossi and studied with Courtois. MacChesney exhibited watercolors at the 1893 World's Columbian Exposition in Chicago, and was awarded a medal for her work. An article in The San Francisco Call announced that she had placed two paintings in the 1900 Worldês Exposition in Paris, and remarked that: "Both American and foreign artists have referred to Miss McChesney as 'America's foremost woman painter.' " She would later exhibit at the 1904 St. Louis Worldês Fair, winning a bronze medal. Offered here is a signed photograph of her painting BLIND FIDDLER. The photo 6 x 4.5 in. is mounted to 12 x 9-3/4 in. board. Signed on the mountboard. VG.

        East Coast Books
      • Clara Taggart McChesney (1860/61-1928) American painter
        Sep. 24, 2020

        Clara Taggart McChesney (1860/61-1928) American painter

        Est: $100 - $150

        [ART] Clara Taggart McChesney (1860/61-1928) American painter and writer known for her figurative painting, landscapes and scenes and people of Holland. McChesney began her art studies in San Francisco with Virgil Williams at the California School of Design, before moving to New York City to continue her studies with H. S. Mowbray and J. C. Beckwith. This was followed by a move to Paris, where she enrolled in the Académie Colarossi and studied with Courtois. MacChesney exhibited watercolors at the 1893 World's Columbian Exposition in Chicago, and was awarded a medal for her work. An article in The San Francisco Call announced that she had placed two paintings in the 1900 World’s Exposition in Paris, and remarked that: "Both American and foreign artists have referred to Miss McChesney as 'America's foremost woman painter.' " She would later exhibit at the 1904 St. Louis World’s Fair, winning a bronze medal. Offered here is a signed photograph of her painting BLIND FIDDLER. The photo 6 x 4.5 in. is mounted to 12 x 9-3/4 in. board. Signed on the mountboard. VG.

        East Coast Books
      • CLARA MCCHESNEY (1860-1928) American artist
        Sep. 14, 2019

        CLARA MCCHESNEY (1860-1928) American artist

        Est: $100 - $150

        [ART] CLARA MCCHESNEY (1860-1928) American artist. She studied in San Francisco at the School of Design under Virgil Williams, in New York at Gotham Art School under Mowbray and Beckwith, and in Paris at Acad_mie Colarossi under Girardot and Courtois. Although most of her career was spent in NYC, she made trips to California to visit the family. She died in London, England on Aug. 6, 1928. Working in watercolor and oil, her subjects often include children. Member: National Arts Club (New York City); Carmel AA; NY WC Club; American WC Society; Lyceum Club. ALS, no year, 4pp, approx. 4.5 x 7 in. Other than bottom right corner of page one this is in fine condition. Rather scarce!..

        East Coast Books
      • CLARA MCCHESNEY (1860-1928) American artist
        Aug. 17, 2019

        CLARA MCCHESNEY (1860-1928) American artist

        Est: $100 - $150

        [ART] CLARA MCCHESNEY (1860-1928) American artist. She studied in San Francisco at the School of Design under Virgil Williams, in New York at Gotham Art School under Mowbray and Beckwith, and in Paris at Acad_mie Colarossi under Girardot and Courtois. Although most of her career was spent in NYC, she made trips to California to visit the family. She died in London, England on Aug. 6, 1928. Working in watercolor and oil, her subjects often include children. Member: National Arts Club (New York City); Carmel AA; NY WC Club; American WC Society; Lyceum Club. ALS, no year, 4pp, approx. 4.5 x 7 in. Other than bottom right corner of page one this is in fine condition. Rather scarce!..

        East Coast Books
      • CLARA MCCHESNEY (1860-1928) American artist
        Jun. 08, 2019

        CLARA MCCHESNEY (1860-1928) American artist

        Est: $100 - $150

        [ART] CLARA MCCHESNEY (1860-1928) American artist. She studied in San Francisco at the School of Design under Virgil Williams, in New York at Gotham Art School under Mowbray and Beckwith, and in Paris at Acad_mie Colarossi under Girardot and Courtois. Although most of her career was spent in NYC, she made trips to California to visit the family. She died in London, England on Aug. 6, 1928. Working in watercolor and oil, her subjects often include children. Member: National Arts Club (New York City); Carmel AA; NY WC Club; American WC Society; Lyceum Club. ALS, no year, 4pp, approx. 4.5 x 7 in. Other than bottom right corner of page one this is in fine condition. Rather scarce!..

        East Coast Books
      • Clara Taggart McChesney American, 1860-1928 Female Nude in an Orientalist Interior
        Feb. 10, 2016

        Clara Taggart McChesney American, 1860-1928 Female Nude in an Orientalist Interior

        Est: $400 - $600

        Clara Taggart McChesney American, 1860-1928 Female Nude in an Orientalist Interior Signed McChesney (ll) Pastel on paper laid down on board 18 3/4 x 22 inches C 

        Doyle New York
      • Clara Taggart McChesney painting, "Garden Stairs"
        May. 22, 2010

        Clara Taggart McChesney painting, "Garden Stairs"

        Est: $400 - $800

        Clara Taggart McChesney (1860-1928) Oil on Board,"Garden Stairs", Signed "C. McC. 1927" lower right. McChesney was born in CA, studied in San Francisco, NYC and Paris. She won gold medals at the World's Columbian Expo in Chicago in 1893 and the Philadelphia Art Club, 1900. Overall excellent condition with minor surface crack at lower left corner in original Art Nouveau frame. 15 1/2" H x 11 1/2" W.

        Case Antiques, Inc. Auctions & Appraisals
      • CLARA TAGGART MCCHESNEY
        Oct. 26, 2006

        CLARA TAGGART MCCHESNEY

        Est: $2,500 - $3,500

        The Orange Awning

        Shannon's
      • CLARA TAGGART MCCHESNEY
        Oct. 26, 2006

        CLARA TAGGART MCCHESNEY

        Est: $2,500 - $3,500

        White House, Evening

        Shannon's
      • MCCHESNEY, CLARA TAGGART
        Jan. 01, 2006

        MCCHESNEY, CLARA TAGGART

        Est: $200 - $400

        Watercolor, "Mother Love" Signed lower right. 19 x 13" showing. Bearing Raydon GAllery label on verso.

        Stamford Auction
      • Clara Taggart McChesney (1860 - 1928)
        Sep. 20, 2001

        Clara Taggart McChesney (1860 - 1928)

        Est: $584 - $876

        Portrait of a young lady, bust-length, wearing a blue dress signed 'C. T. McChesney' (lower left) oil on canvas 16 x 12 1/8 in. (40.7 x 30.8 cm.).

        Christie's
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