Harold Gregor

Collections

Advocate BroMenn Hospital, Normal, IL

AT&T/Lucent Technologies. Murray Hill, New Jersey

Amoco Corporation. New York, New York.

Art Institute of Chicago. Illinois

Atlantic-Richfield Corporation

Anderson Industries, Rockford, IL

Richard Brown Baker Collection

Borg Warner Corporation, Chicago, IL

Cleveland Clinic, Cleveland, OH

Chemical Bank, London, England

Chicago Board of Trade, Chicago, IL

Citibank Corporation, New York

Equitable Life Assurance Society

Evansville Museum of Art, Indiana

Loveland Art Museum, Loveland, CO

Fillipacci Collection, Paris, France

General Mills., Kansas City

Hallmark Corporation, Kansas City, MO

Hunt Cultural Center, Dallas, TX

Illinois State Museum,Springfield, IL

Illinois State University, Normal, IL

Kingsbridge Com. College, Brooklyn, NY

Lewis Manilow Collection, Chicago, IL

Lakeview Museum of Arts & Science, Peoria, IL

McCormick Place-West, Chicago, IL

Illinois Wesleyan University, Bloomington

Monsanto Chemical Co., St. Louis, MO

Museum of the American West (Gene Autry), LA. CA

Northwestern Hospital, Chicago, IL

OSF, St. Joseph Hospital, Bloomington, IL

Owens- Corning Corporation, New York

Northern Trust Bank, Chicago, IL

Revovac Corporation, Madison, WI

Richard Davidson Collection, Chicago, IL

Rose Art Museum, Waltham, MA

South Texas Museum of Art, Corpus Christi, TX

Schmidt Museum, Belleville, IL

Sheldon Memorial Art Gallery, Lincoln, NE

TRW Corporation, Cleveland, OH

Tweed Museum, Duluth, MN

So. IL Univ. Medical Center, Springfield, IL

Springfield Art Museum, MO

US Spring, Kansas City, MO

Wellington Corp., Boston, MA

Vero Beach Museum, Vero Beach, FL

Xerox Corporation, New York, NY

 

“Harold Gregor has been producing remarkable photo-derived paintings of the fertile agrarian flatland of the Midwest since the early seventies. …Gregor brought to the landscape an authenticity and sense of history that were quickly recognized in the East. …Equally important are Gregor’s philosophical links to the past. His firm belief in the sublime experience of nature connects him with both that German romantics and the American landscape painters of the nineteenth century.” – John Arthur, Spirit of Place.