- About Ann Collins
Full name: Ann Collins
Also known as: Ann Collins, Collins, Ann, Ann Collins Evans
Professions: American artist
- Ann Collins Known for
She was an artist of thoroughbred racehorses.
- Ann Collins Death information
Died: Wednesday, 6th of January, 1999 (Age: 16)
- Ann Collins Biography
Ann Collins (April 29, 1916 - January 6, 1999) was an American artist of thoroughbred racehorses.Ann Collins was born in Lyons, New York and raised in Colorado. She studied at Syracuse University. She lived in many places during her life and returned to Lyons, NY in 1975, where she lived New York until her death.Collins was commissioned to paint more than seventy-five of the leading racehorses of her time, including Citation, commissioned by Nat Herzfeld former President of Tropical Park Race Course, Chrysler II and By Jimminy for Walter P. Chrysler, Dom Bingo for Bing Crosby, Tom Fool for Jock Whitney, and Discovery and Bed o'Roses for Alfred Gwynne Vanderbilt, Jr.Her painting of "Rouge Dragon" is part of the permanent collection of The National Museum of Racing in Saratoga Springs, New York.She married Laramie Evans with whom she had a daughter, Larry Ann.
- Ann Collins Family
Spouse: Laramie Evans