The Parrish Art Museum had a great lecture on the artist William Merrit Chase and his connection to the Shinnecock Nation in the 1800s. Can check it out on their website ⠀⠀https://buff.ly/2R9cmaq⠀⠀Reposted from @preservationlongisland (@get_regrann) – Next time you’re wandering around the @metamericanwing, be sure to read the new “Native Perspective” labels installed throughout the paintings galleries. Here Shinnecock artist @jeremynative provides a new important perspective on William Merritt Chase’s “At the Seaside”, ca. 1892, explaining: “This artwork depicts a leisurely beach scene painted one year after Chase opened a school of art near the Shinnecock Indian Reservation on Long Island’s East End. This land is situated on the Shinnecock People’s ancestral territory—of which more than 4,422 acres was stolen through an illegal transaction in 1859.” #history #longisland #perspectives #nativeamericanhistory #shinnecock #art #newperspective #nativeperspectives #metmuseum #eastend – #regrann

The Parrish Art Museum had a great lecture on the artist William Merrit Chase and his connection to the Shinnecock Nation in the 1800s. Can check it out on their website ⠀⠀https://buff.ly/2R9cmaq⠀⠀Reposted from @preservationlongisland (@get_regrann) – Next time you’re wandering around the @metamericanwing, be sure to read the new “Native Perspective” labels installed throughout the paintings galleries. Here Shinnecock artist @jeremynative provides a new important perspective on William Merritt Chase’s “At the Seaside”, ca. 1892, explaining: “This artwork depicts a leisurely beach scene painted one year after Chase opened a school of art near the Shinnecock Indian Reservation on Long Island’s East End. This land is situated on the Shinnecock People’s ancestral territory—of which more than 4,422 acres was stolen through an illegal transaction in 1859.” #history #longisland #perspectives #nativeamericanhistory #shinnecock #art #newperspective #nativeperspectives #metmuseum #eastend – #regrann

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