Monday, August 18, 2014

Róna Emy

(1904, Budapest - 1988, Budapest, Hungary)
Graphic artist and painter. He was a student of Applied Arts School. In 1921 he began his creative career in the theater life editorial. In 1925 he became a member of the UME (New Artists). 1926-1928 he lived in Paris and worked for a satirical page.
From 1928 he lived in Budapest again, worked for newspapers, magazines and book publishers. In 1929 he won a prize at the Athenaeum Publishing illustration contest. He became a member of the Italian Society of Fine Arts. Graphic Award 1939 (Gold's degree) at the New York World's Fair. The main area of ​​work was of tale illustration, he illustrated almost 400 books. His works can be found in public and private collections.

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