Jordan D. Schnitzer is an art collector and philanthropist who bought his first work of art at age 14 from his mother’s gallery in Portland, Oregon.
Now exceeding 10,000 works, his is the largest private print collection in the nation. He and his Family Foundation generously lend work from the collections to qualified institutions and have organized over 100 exhibitions at more than 100 museums.

Like Johnny Appleseed, but with Prints: Jennifer Farrell speaks with Jordan Schnitzer

Installation view: “Andy Warhol: Prints from the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His FamilyFoundation,” Portland Art Museum, 2016. Image courtesy Jordan Schnitzer Family Foundation.

One of the nation’s foremost collectors of contemporary prints and multiples, Jordan Schnitzer has made his collection—now encompassing more than 10,000 works of art—the center of a broad program of travelling exhibitions, publications, lectures, classes and symposia throughout the country Read More