I have been looking for info about his travels in Lousiana. I have 4 paintings, 2 that were reflective of the plantation life in La. called: "The Picnic" 1960, Victorian figures grouped eopuped along the lake amoung houses: and "Tally-ho" 1961, horses pulling coaches on parade a figures in a town settinjg. The other two are titled "French Can-Can Dancers",1960 All painting hung in a famous rstaurant called "Earnest" which at one time located on the Red River in Shreveport. Popular hang out for Gov. Edwards and the mob. I was told they hung in the Restaurant until it relocated.
Any info would be appreciated.
I am familiar with Zornes's work, along with the other California watercolorists. Please feel free to contact me if you have questions about his paintings.
My grandmother was a friend of Zornes in the 1950s and comissioned a number of paintings by him. We're so happy to have such a great collection -- for our family to enjoy!