International studio — 61.1917

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Annie Traquair Lang

MAIN SALON OF MR. CHASE’S VILLA IN FLORENCE BY ANNIE TRAQUAIR LANG



WM. M. CHASE

BY ANNIE TRAQUAIR LANG

Among leading exponents of the
brush who have won their way to a
distinctive position in the field of American art,

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NNIE TRAQUAIR LANG
k BY GUY MEREDITH

is Annie Traquair Lang, a number of whose pic-
tures we reproduce for the first time in The
International Studio. These subjects were

among those in her exhibition in April at the
Knoedler Gallery, and, apart from their intrinsic
merit, they have an especial, if not a national
interest, as they are valuable records of the late
William M. Chase, whose “very gifted pupil”
Mr. Chase himself recorded Miss Lang as being.
From her earliest childhood this artist showed

characteristic gifts; she took her first lessons in
charcoal drawing at the age of eight, and, while
still in elementary school, attended the Public
Industrial Art School, then located at Fifteenth
and Locust Streets, Philadelphia, under the direc-
tion of J. Liberty Tadd, where she studied draw-
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