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
C
Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania:
Andrew Carnegie, 1911, oil on canvas, signed, 127 x 101.6 cm., no. 12.1. The museum has six Zorn etchings.
www.cmoa.org

Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois:
Mrs. Potter Palmer, 1893, oil on canvas, signed, 258 x 141.2 cm., no. 1922.450; Mrs. Maria Sheldon Scammon, 1895, oil on canvas, signed, 81.3 x 65.5 cm., no. 1902.39; Nude Girl at Doorway Coming Down Stairs, ca. 1900, oil on canvas, signed, 51 x 34 cm., no. 1945.176; Charles Deeding, 1901, oil on canvas, signed, 76.2 x 63.5 cm., no. 1951.316. The museum has a collection of 482 Zorn etchings, with an additional six on loan as of 2006. It is by far the largest collection of Zorn etchings outside of Sweden. In November 1965 the Art Institute held an exhibition of Zorn’s paintings and etchings from the collection in honor of the visit of Sweden’s Prince Bertil (1912-1997). A similar exhibition was held in April 1976 in honor of the visit to Chicago of King Carl XVI Gustav (b. 1946).
www.artic.edu

Chrysler Museum, Norfolk, Virginia:
Two etchings
www.chrysler.org

Cincinnati Art Museum, Cincinnati, Ohio:
Thirty-five etchings
www.cincinnatiartmuseum.org

Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland, Ohio:
Skerikulla, undated, watercolor, signed, 35.5 x 24 cm., no. 38.64; Portrait of Ada Lymon, described as a woman in a large hat, 1887, signed in pencil, b. r., “Zorn Eastwood 87,” and on verso, “Done in ½ hour at Eastwood, Sept. 1887,” 24.1 x 20.4 cm, no. 40.741. The museum has forty-seven Zorn etchings.
www.clemusart.com

Columbia Museum of Art, Columbia, South Carolina:
Three etchings
www.colmusart.org

Columbus Museum of Art, Columbus, Ohio:
Four etchings
www.columbusmuseum.org

Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum, Smithsonian Institution, New York City:
Eight etchings
www.ndm.si.edu

Corcoran Museum of Art, Washington, D.C.:
Five etchings. Two different portraits of David Jayne Hill, one dated 1910 (painted in Stockholm), and the other dated 1911 (painted in Berlin), were deaccessioned in 1979.
www.corcoran.org

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