(1896 - 1965)
Nicholas Hornyansky was active/lived in Ontario / Canada, Hungary. Nicholas Hornyansky is known for marine, coastal view, landscape painting, historical landmark etching.
Biography Nicholas Hornyansky
A Hungarian-Canadian painter in oil and watercolor, engraver*, printmaker and etcher*, Nicholas Hornyansky studied in Budapest at the Academy of Fine Arts and also studied landscape painting in Belgium in the school of Franz Hens. In 1929, he emigrated to Canada, where he settled in Toronto. He exhibited with the Royal Canadian Academy* and the Ontario Society of Artists, of which he was also a member.
He did numerous etchings, some which were used by commercial firms for Christmas cards. Among his subjects were The Town Clock, Halifax, N.S., 1941; Outpost, Old Fort Henry; Skeena District Totem Poles; St. James Church, Vancouver; and Grey Stragglers Over Peggy's Cove.
He also taught printmaking
... Displaying 750 of 10755 characters.
also viewed by people who viewed Nicholas Hornyansky