|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|
G - H
|Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, Boston, Massachusetts:
With His Mother (Morning Toilet), 1888, oil on canvas, signed, 60 x 36 cm. Zorn made an etching after the painting, which is titled, according to Asplund’s English edition, With Her Child, 1890, A. 45; Omnibus, 1892, oil on canvas, signed, 126 x 88 cm. Sweden’s National Museum has a version of the oil painting. Zorn made an etching after the painting, A. 72, one of his most prized prints; Mrs. Gardner in Venice, 1894, oil on canvas, signed, 91 x 66 cm.; Mrs. Grover Cleveland, 1899, oil on canvas, signed “Zorn to Mrs. JL Gardner/apr. 1899,” 68 x 51 cm. Zorn made an etching after the portrait, in two versions, A. 145 and A. 146; Abram Piatt Andrew, Jr., 1911, oil on canvas, signed, 60 x 44 cm.; Mrs. Gardner, undated, pencil on paper, unsigned, 34.1 x 20.3 cm.; Mrs. Gardner Seated, 1893-1894, pencil on paper, unsigned, 33.6 x 22.2 cm. (a study for the etching made of Mrs. Gardner in 1893-1894, A. 84); Head of Mrs. Gardner, 1894, pencil and red chalk on paper, unsigned, 25 cm. diam.; A Woman Seated with a Dog, undated, red pencil on paper, 25.6 x 18.8 cm., possibly a study for the second portrait by Zorn of Mrs. Walter Bacon (1897); Charles Martin Loeffler with Violin, pen and brown ink on paper, unsigned, 22.5 x 26.7 cm.; Ferrucio Busoni, 1894, pencil on verso of a calling card, unsigned, 6.6 x 8.6. cm. The Gardner Museum also has seventy-eight Zorn etchings in its collection, including Isabella Gardner (1894, A. 84), an etching Mrs. Gardner disliked. Along with Charles Deering, chairman of the International Harvester Company, Mrs. Gardner was Zorn’s most important American patron and a close friend.
Georgia Museum of Art, University of Georgia, Athens:
Grand Rapids Art Museum, Grand Rapids, Michigan:
Haggerty Museum of Art, Marquette University, Milwaukee, Wisconsin:
High Museum of Art, Atlanta, Georgia:
Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth College, Hanover, New Hampshire:
Huntington Art Gallery (now the Jack S. Blanton Museum of Art), College of Fine Arts, University of Texas, Austin:
Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York:
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