Survey of Zorn's Works in America... The Survey is sorted alphabetically by institution.
Survey: A, B, C, D-F, G-H, J-L, M,
N, P-R, S, T-Z
By Willow and William E. Hagans
B
Baltimore Museum of Art, Baltimore, Maryland:
Four etchings. One additional etching is on extended loan.
www.artbma.org

David Winton Bell Gallery Art Center, Brown University, Providence, Rhode Island:
Twenty-three etchings
www.brown.edu/facilities/david_winton_bell_gallery

Biltmore Estate, Asheville, North Carolina:
The Waltz, 1891, oil on canvas, signed, 195 x 133.5 cm. Zorn made an etched version of The Waltz, 1891, A. 54, one of his most prized prints.
www.biltmore.com

Birmingham Museum of Art, Birmingham, Alabama:
Hugo Reisinger, 1897, oil on canvas, signed, 135.6 x 100.3 cm., on loan from the National Gallery of Art as of 1992. The museum also has three Zorn etchings and was the site of a large exhibition of the artist’s work in 1986.
www.artsbma.org.

Block Museum of Art at Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois:
Two etchings as of 2006
www.blockmuseum.northwestern.edu

Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Massachusetts:
Martha Dana (later Mrs. William R. Mercer), 1899, oil on canvas, signed, 68.5 x 50.9 cm., no. 28.513; George Peabody Gardner, 1899, oil on canvas, signed, 182.9 x 106.7 cm., no. 59.66. The Museum of Fine Arts has 163 Zorn etchings as of 2006.
www.mfa.org

The Brooklyn Museum of Art, New York City:
Sixteen etchings. A watercolor portrait (1882) of Axel Haig (1835-1921), who taught Zorn the fundamentals of etching, was deaccessioned in 1949.
www.brooklynmuseum.org

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