Henning Ryden (1869-1939) American, European
Birthplace/Origin: Blekinge, Sweden / Chicago
A painter, engraver in metal, and a sculptor, Henning Ryden was born in Blekinge, Sweden. He studied in Stockholm and Copenhagen before immigrating to America in 1891. He continued studies at the Art Institute of Chicago, in Paris, London, and Berlin.
He settled in Chicago where he worked in sculpture and painted landscapes and exhibited work in the Swedish-American art exhibitions and at the Panama-Pacific Exposition of 1915 in San Francisco.