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Collections History

  • Martin Gallery, New York, NY 1964
  • Martin Gallery, New York, NY 1965
  • C.A. Galleries, New York, NY 1968
  • C.A. Galleries, New York, NY 1970
  • C.A. Galleries, New York, NY 1971
  • C.A. Galleries, New York, NY 1972
  • C.A. Galleries, New York, NY 1973
  • Garelick’s Gallery, Birmingham, Michigan 1974
  • C.A. Galleries, New York, NY 1976
  • Brewster Gallery, New York, NY 1979
  • Merrill Chase Gallery, Northbrook, Illinois 1981
  • Walton Street Gallery, Chicago, Illinois 1981
  • Jack Gallery, New York, NY 1985
  • Merrill Chase Galleries, Chicago 1990
  • Merrill Chase Galleries, Georgetown 1991
  • Loring Gallery, Sheffield, Massachusetts 1994
  • Loring Gallery, Sheffield, Massachusetts 1995
  • Loring Gallery, Sheffield, Massachusetts 1997
  • Museum Masters Gallery, New York, NY 1997
  • Fingerhut Gallery, Minneapolis, Minnesota 1998
  • White Oak Gallery, Minneapolis, Minnesota 1999
  • Loring Gallery, Two-Man Show, Sheffield, Massachusetts 1999
  • Art Atelier, Englishtown, New Jersey 2000
  • One Gallery, Gallery of Modern Art 1965
  • Mark of the Phoenix Gallery, New York NY 1966
  • Newark Museum, New Jersey 1965, 1966
  • Heckscher Museum, Huntington, NY 1966, 1967
  • University of Maryland 1966, 1967
  • Mary’s College of Maryland 1972
  • De Cordova Museum, Lincoln, Massachusetts 1975
  • Sutton Galleries, New Orleans, Louisiana 1982
  • Brewster Gallery, New York, NY 1980, 1981, 1982
  • Circle Gallery, San Francisco, California 1987
  • Circle Gallery, New Orleans, Louisiana 1987
  • Galerie du Centre, Paris 1987
  • Galerie Arts-Objets, Angouleme, France 1987
  • Musee des Beaux-Arts de Carcassonne, France 1987
  • Meridth Long Galleries, Housten, Texas 1990
  • Dietrich Contemporary Arts, New York, NY 1995
  • Loring Gallery, Sheffield, Massachusetts 1996
  • Fingerhut Gallery, Minneapolis, Minnesota 1998
  • Wit Gallery, Lenox, Massachusetts 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002
  • Karen Lynn Gallery, Boca Raton, FL 2004, 2005
  • Gallerie Brion, Del Ray Beach, FL 2005
  • Entertainment Gallery, Venetian Hotel, Las Vegas, NV 2006
  • Jack Gallery, Mandalay Bay Resort, Las Vegas, NV 2006
  • Gallery Four Fourty Four, San Francisco, CA 2000, 2001, 2002, 2004
  • Weatherburn Gallery, Naples, FL 2002
  • Genesis Gallery, Fort Lauderdale, FL 2002, 2003
  • Brooklyn Museum, New York
  • Newark Museum, New Jersey
  • The University of Southern Illinois
  • Jessie Besser Museum, Michigan
  • Charles B. Goddard Arts Center, Ardmore, Oklahoma
  • Griffith Art Center, St. Lawrence University, Canton, NY
  • Canton Art Institute, Canton, Ohio
  • Charles Rand Penny Foundation, New York, NY
  • Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C.
  • Farleigh Dickinson University, Rutherford, New Jersey
  • Syracuse University Collection, Syracuse, New York
  • Vatican Collection, Rome, Italy
  • Mary’s College of Maryland
  • University of Wyoming, Laramie
  • Birmingham Museum of Art, Alabama
  • Wichita State University Collection, Kansas
  • American Thermoplastic Company, Pittsburgh, PA
  • Senator Ted Kennedy
  • Collection of Mel Brooks and Ann Bancroft
  • Guggenheim Museum, New York, NY
  • Boca Raton Museum of Art, Boca Raton, FL
  • Delaware Museum of Art, Wilming
  • The Vault at 1930, Jacksonville, FL


“In the Mood ” and Harry McCormick Art at The Vault

Join us at The Vault at 1930 Art Gallery on Friday July 27th  as we celebrate the life and work of renowned artist Harry McCormick with a cocktail reception and art show. RSVP by calling the gallery at 904-398-2890 or by email to [email protected]

The Vault at 1930 event is being held in support of the “In the Mood – The Art of Harry McCormick” exhibition from July 3rd to September 20, 2018 in the rotunda of the St Johns County Administration Building. This is an “Art in Public Spaces” exhibition by partnership between the St Johns County Cultural Council and the St Johns County Board of County Commissioners. Supporting sponsors include the St Johns County Tourist Development Council, The Community Foundation of Northeast Florida, the St Augustine Art Association, Clear Channel Outdoor, the Corazon Cinema and Cafe and The Vault at 1930 Art Gallery.

About Harry McCormick

Basically I have been a painter of ‘ interiors ‘ although not exclusively as there have been other venues as well. You could call me a painter of ‘ genre ‘ as well, meaning ordinary people doing ordinary things such as recently painting a series of painting of people looking at paintings in museums and galleries. It gave me an excuse to do copies of other great paintings done be such painters as Picasso, Monet, Cezanne, Sargent, and the like. Painting bars has been an ongoing theme of mine for many years. I have traveled the world looking for interesting bars and the people in them. I did a show in Chicago of the Victorian Pubs of London, in New York from the Plaza Hotel Oak Bar to McSorley’s Old Ale House, which is one of my favorites and one that I have been painting on and off since 1983. I like very elegant interiors as well as funky places. I’ve painted the mansions of Newport, Rhode Island to the Breakers and the Flagler Mansion in Palm Beach. I’ve painted the bars of South Beach, Miami. I done bars in San Francisco, Chicago, Paris, London.

Having practiced Aikido and Zen meditation for 45 years I have painted some pictures related to these things. But recently I had been asked by the Owl 57 Gallery to try my hand at painting Jewish subjects. It was difficult for me at first, having been raised in an Irish Catholic background. But my mother had a Jewish heritage and Rabbi New from the Boca Raton Chabad assures me that I am Jewish. He took me under his wing and somehow thru him I got a handle on painting Judaica. This art is shown at the Chassidic Art Institute in Brooklyn, NY.

Giclee on canvas by Harry McCormick