Permanent Collections

Anthony Eterovich’s work is held in both private and permanent collections across Ohio. Below are some examples of the collections that house his work.

Massillon Museum

A Thrilling Act: The Art of Anthony Eterovich was on display at the Massillon Museum from June 12—September 26, 2021. The Critic was acquired for the museum’s permanent collection shortly after. Photo courtesy of Alexandra Nicholis Coon, Executive Director, Massillon Museum.

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Cleveland Clinic

The Visitors is a part of the Cleveland Clinic’s permanent Art Collection and on display at the Walker Building on the Main Campus at Desk C-21. Photo courtesy of Katy Koran, Cleveland Clinic Fine Art Collections Manager.

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Southern Ohio Museum

Setting Sun, oil on Masonite 30″ x 40″ 1940, on display at the Southern Ohio Museum in Portsmouth, OH. Mr. Eterovich’s painting is on the left, on the right, is a drawing by his student, Thomas Roese, also a professional artist and graduate of the Cleveland Institute of Art. Photo courtesy of Charlotte Gordon, Artistic Director, Southern Ohio Museum.

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Cleveland Institute of Art

Two framed drawings by Anthony Eterovich on display in the Alumni Relations Office at the Cleveland Insitute of Art. Eterovich graduated from the Cleveland School of Art in 1938. Photo by Nikki Woods, Director, Reinberger Gallery.

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Two Eterovich drawings at the Cleveland Institute of Art.

Butler Institute of American Art

The Merry Bench received the First Prize Purchase Award in Oils at the 1951 Annual New Year Show at the Butler Institute of American Art in Youngstown, Ohio and is part of the Butler’s permanent collection. The selection committee included Edith Halpert who ran the Downtown Gallery in New York City and invited Mr. Eterovich to exhibit with her. He painted Table Charade for her Newcomers Show and it was favorably reviewed by the New York Times on May 6, 1951.

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Two Eterovich drawings at the Cleveland Institute of Art.
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