William Merritt Chase, Hall at Shinnecock, 1892; Terra Foundation for American Art.
The purple and orange coloring in the altered version below should be a tip-off that it's probably a modern interpretation rather than a true copy of the original. In a naturalistic scene like this, those dresses would be white, and the wood in the ceiling and floor probably wouldn't be so orange. It's almost as though two filters have been added to the original photo, for no particular reason. This is probably a recently painted reproduction of William Merritt Chase's famous painting, although, assuming a lot of tampering, it could be the result of a digital edit.
Altered version of a painting by William Merritt Chase.
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