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Anders Zorn: A Fisherman Anders Zorn (1860-1920) painted A Fisherman in St. Ives, Cornwall in 1888. He and his wife Emma spent the winter of 1887-8 in St. Ives, which is where he began painting with oils instead of water colours. This was his second ever oil painting and was exhibited at the Paris salon in the same year and purchased by the French state. A slideshow of Zorn's work can be seen here. Another of Zorn's most treasured paintings depicts a traditional Midsummer dance and hangs in the National Museum in Stockholm.

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