Original woodcut, dimensions 22" x 13"
Jacques Hnizdovsky studied art in Warsaw and Zagreb. He had an early interest in the woodcut, particular those of Duerer and the Japanese.
After he arrived in the U.S. in 1949 and shortly thereafter, A Hyatt, director of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, chose one of his woodcuts for an award. A turning point in his career, from that moment on he exhibited at famous museums both nationally and internationally.