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WM HENRY CHANDLER, MOUNTAIN LAKE, PASTEL

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WM HENRY CHANDLER, MOUNTAIN LAKE, PASTEL
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WM Henry Chandler, 1854-1928, Mountain Lake, pastel, Dimension: 21" x 43" OD
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William Henry Chandler (1854 - February 26, 1928) was a prolific American pastel artist. His works include landscapes, winter landscapes, marine and seascapes, still life fruit and fowl.
Chandler's first job was in Chicago as a carver of cameos. While in Chicago, he married and he and his wife had three daughters. His wife and youngest daughter died early in his marriage. Upon their deaths, Chandler moved to New Jersey, so that his sister could help care for his two surviving daughters. After moving to New Jersey in 1887, Chandler and his brother started the William Henry Chandler Company in New York City. It was at this company that Chandler would produce his artworks that he is known for today. His brother was put in charge of the framing, packing and selling of the works.
His art was sold through stores nationwide, including Marshall Fields and The May Company. He worked in pastels, that he imported from France. At his company, he employed 20 other artists, who also worked on pastel paintings. His work was exhibited at the International Exposition in Paris in 1900–1901. He was greatly influenced by the Hudson River School of Art. In turn, it is said that his work influenced other artists, such as Maxfield Parrish.
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WM HENRY CHANDLER, MOUNTAIN LAKE, PASTEL

Estimate $400 - $600
Apr 16, 2017
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Starting Price $200
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0618: WM HENRY CHANDLER, MOUNTAIN LAKE, PASTEL
Sold for $2001 Bid
Est. $400 - $600Starting Price $200
Day-3 SPRING 2017 FINE ARTS, ANTIQUE & ESTATE
Apr 16, 2017 10:00 AM EDT
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Lot 0618 Details
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WM Henry Chandler, 1854-1928, Mountain Lake, pastel, Dimension: 21" x 43" OD
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William Henry Chandler (1854 - February 26, 1928) was a prolific American pastel artist. His works include landscapes, winter landscapes, marine and seascapes, still life fruit and fowl.<br/> Chandler's first job was in Chicago as a carver of cameos. While in Chicago, he married and he and his wife had three daughters. His wife and youngest daughter died early in his marriage. Upon their deaths, Chandler moved to New Jersey, so that his sister could help care for his two surviving daughters. After moving to New Jersey in 1887, Chandler and his brother started the William Henry Chandler Company in New York City. It was at this company that Chandler would produce his artworks that he is known for today. His brother was put in charge of the framing, packing and selling of the works.<br/> His art was sold through stores nationwide, including Marshall Fields and The May Company. He worked in pastels, that he imported from France. At his company, he employed 20 other artists, who also worked on pastel paintings. His work was exhibited at the International Exposition in Paris in 1900–1901. He was greatly influenced by the Hudson River School of Art. In turn, it is said that his work influenced other artists, such as Maxfield Parrish.
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