Anders Zorn is one of Sweden's best-known artists, universally admired for his painted nudes.
Zorn's paintings achieved international acclaim with his portraits of President Grove Cleveland and President William Howard Taft.
He was born Anders Leonard Zorn in Mora, Sweden, in 1860 and died in 1920 at 60. He is sometimes known as the Swedish Impressionist.
Zorn was a student at the Royal Swedish Academy of Arts for three years until 1800.
His highly skilled portrait paintings attracted members of Swedish high society who commissioned him to paint portraits of them and their families.
International success followed, and he is one of the most admired painters of the period.
Zorn came from a poor rural background but married into a wealthy Jewish family. The success of his portrait paintings brought him fame during his lifetime.
Zorn and his wife built an extensive art collection they gifted to the Swedish State upon their demise. The Zorn Collection is available at the National Museum of Fine Arts in Stockholm.
The home shared by Zorn and his wife Emma is now The Zorn Museum. The Museum displays the most extensive collection of his paintings and includes other personal items owned by the couple.
Midnight 1891 is just one of the artist's famous paintings on display at the Museum. His oil painting Sunday Morning 1891 achieved a record price of US$3.9 when sold in 2021.
Woman Dressing 1893 is just one of the beautiful art reproductions in our Anders Zorn collection.
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