<center>Donated by gimpgirl
Signed and Framed Nicholas Hornyansky Print
"Mount McKay - at the Lakehead"
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The above pictures of this print were taken with a webcam and in no way do this beautiful print justice. We will try to replace them with better quality photographs if we can.
This is a signed print in its original frame. The backing and hanger have been professionally replaced.
"HORNYANSKY, Nicholas (i.e. Miklos) (1896-1965)
Painter, engraver, print-maker, etcher. Born in Budapest, he studied portrait painting at the Academy of Fine Arts, Budapest and did postgraduate work in Vienna, Munich, Antwerp and Paris. He came to Canada in 1929 and settled in Toronto. He began to exhibit with the Royal Canadian Academy and the Ontario Society of Artists. Some of his etchings have been used by industrial firms for their Christmas cards. He held exhibitions at the Kitchener-Waterloo Art Gallery, The Lionel Clarke Galleries in Toronto, The Thompson Memorial Gallery. His prints were exhibited at the California Printmakers, Philadelphia Society of Etchers, Seattle Northwest Printmakers, etc. He taught printmaking at the Ontario College of Art. Awards received: Associate of the Royal Canadian Academy of Arts, 1943, Fifty Prints of the Year, 1932, 1933, The Reid Silver National Gallery of Canada, Royal Ontario Museum, and the University of Toronto Hart House."
Nicholas Hornyansky prints regularly sell for $300 to $800.
Also included in this sale is further documentation on the artist and information about previous sales of his works.
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