A new book on Anders Zorn, Zorn in America: A Swedish Impressionist of the Gilded Age, by William and Willow Hagans, is being published by The Swedish-American Historical Society in coordination with the American Swedish Institute. This book, featuring over 130 images, contains information on the over-one-hundred Americans of distinction which he either painted, or caught in an etching, during the seven trips he made to America between 1893 and 1911.
The Hagans have posted a website with information on Zorn's American subjects. Included on the site is an outline of the book, a list of all the Americans whom Zorn painted by year, and a listing of Zorn's works in American collections.
Zorn in America will be available for purchase from The Swedish-American Historical Society for $29.95. I contacted the Society today, and they are expecting the first shipment of printed books to arrive any day this week. They should be available for purchase from their website as early as next week. I plan to buy a copy, so I will be sure to post my impression of the book as soon as I can.