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Shinnecock, New York, in 1891 was the site of an important development in American art. There, William Merritt Chase established the nation's first outdoor summer school of painting. Chase's works, tours of his house and studio, period photographs, and scenes of Shinnecock's natural beauty tell the story behind Chase's fruitful artistic endeavor.
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