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b. 1911 - d. 2004

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    • Erno Zorad (Hungary,1911-2004) oil painting
      Dec. 17, 2023

      Erno Zorad (Hungary,1911-2004) oil painting

      Est: $850 - $1,100

      ARTIST: Erno Zorad (Hungarian, 1911 - 2004) NAME: Pastoral Scene MEDIUM: oil on canvas CONDITION: One puncture. Minor craquelure. No visible inpaint under UV light. Wear to frame. SIGHT SIZE: 24 x 30 inches / 60 x 76 cm FRAME SIZE: 29 x 34 inches / 73 x 86 cm SIGNATURE: lower right CATEGORY: antique vintage painting AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 120175 US Shipping $90 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: Hungarian comic book artist Erno Zorad was one of the most important and internationally acclaimed creators while his country was under Communist rule. He was mostly active as a book illustrator and with this experience started adapting many literary novels into comic book adaptation.Erno Zorad was born in 1911 in Balassagyarmat. He studied for two years at the Royal Institute of Arts and Crafts, but quit afterwards. He was employed by Baron Egon Wallburg as a painter of hunting scenes. It was only after 1945 when he began illustrating periodicals. He started working for Magyar Ifjusagi Lapkiado, which sparked off a graphic career at the puzzle/comic magazine Fules which would last for four decades. Between 1952 and 1988 he painted images for slide-films based on popular novels such as R.E. Raspe's 'The Adventures of Baron Munchhausen', Jonathan Swift's 'Gulliver's Travels' and Miguel de Cervantes' 'Don Quixote'. For a long while the man had no high opinion about comics. Until 1964 the few comics he made look more like rough sketches, compard with his later works.With his detailed and technically accurate drawings, divided in dynamic page compositions Zarad set a high standard for all Hungarian comic artists which followed. By inserting contemporary photographs and illustrations into panels he pioneered photo comics in his country. He originally followed scripts written by Tibor Cs. Horvath, Jozsef Hunyady and Peter Kuczka. From 1975 on he did the scriptwork himself.In 1980 the artist started making a series of watercolour paintings which depict the intimate atmosphere of Taban, a district not far from the city Buda (nowadays Budapest), which had been demolished in the 1920s. The polymath artist was also a gifted singer and piano player. Zorad was the only Hungarian comic artist who remained popular and respected throughout his entire career. As early as 1947 he had his first exhibition in Budapest. At the International Caricature Exhibition in Vienna (1955) he received an award. In 2000 he was honored with the Order of Merit of the Hungarian Republic (Officer Grade). Late in his career, at the age of 86, he still showed his skill with 'Die Verschwundene Miniatur' (1997), an adaptation of Erich Kastner's novel of the same name. Leaving behind more than 300 comics, he passed away at the age of 93, on 8 April 2004, in Budapest.

      Broward Auction Gallery LLC
    • Erno Zorad (Hungary,1911-2004) oil painting
      Sep. 10, 2023

      Erno Zorad (Hungary,1911-2004) oil painting

      Est: $850 - $1,100

      ARTIST: Erno Zorad (Hungarian, 1911 - 2004) NAME: Pastoral Scene MEDIUM: oil on canvas CONDITION: One puncture. Minor craquelure. No visible inpaint under UV light. Wear to frame. SIGHT SIZE: 24 x 30 inches / 60 x 76 cm FRAME SIZE: 29 x 34 inches / 73 x 86 cm SIGNATURE: lower right CATEGORY: antique vintage painting AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 120175 US Shipping $90 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: Hungarian comic book artist Erno Zorad was one of the most important and internationally acclaimed creators while his country was under Communist rule. He was mostly active as a book illustrator and with this experience started adapting many literary novels into comic book adaptation.Erno Zorad was born in 1911 in Balassagyarmat. He studied for two years at the Royal Institute of Arts and Crafts, but quit afterwards. He was employed by Baron Egon Wallburg as a painter of hunting scenes. It was only after 1945 when he began illustrating periodicals. He started working for Magyar Ifjusagi Lapkiado, which sparked off a graphic career at the puzzle/comic magazine Fules which would last for four decades. Between 1952 and 1988 he painted images for slide-films based on popular novels such as R.E. Raspe's 'The Adventures of Baron Munchhausen', Jonathan Swift's 'Gulliver's Travels' and Miguel de Cervantes' 'Don Quixote'. For a long while the man had no high opinion about comics. Until 1964 the few comics he made look more like rough sketches, compard with his later works.With his detailed and technically accurate drawings, divided in dynamic page compositions Zarad set a high standard for all Hungarian comic artists which followed. By inserting contemporary photographs and illustrations into panels he pioneered photo comics in his country. He originally followed scripts written by Tibor Cs. Horvath, Jozsef Hunyady and Peter Kuczka. From 1975 on he did the scriptwork himself.In 1980 the artist started making a series of watercolour paintings which depict the intimate atmosphere of Taban, a district not far from the city Buda (nowadays Budapest), which had been demolished in the 1920s. The polymath artist was also a gifted singer and piano player. Zorad was the only Hungarian comic artist who remained popular and respected throughout his entire career. As early as 1947 he had his first exhibition in Budapest. At the International Caricature Exhibition in Vienna (1955) he received an award. In 2000 he was honored with the Order of Merit of the Hungarian Republic (Officer Grade). Late in his career, at the age of 86, he still showed his skill with 'Die Verschwundene Miniatur' (1997), an adaptation of Erich Kastner's novel of the same name. Leaving behind more than 300 comics, he passed away at the age of 93, on 8 April 2004, in Budapest.

      Broward Auction Gallery LLC
    • Erno Zorad (Hungary,1911-2004) oil painting
      Jun. 11, 2023

      Erno Zorad (Hungary,1911-2004) oil painting

      Est: $900 - $1,150

      ARTIST: Erno Zorad (Hungarian, 1911 - 2004) NAME: Pastoral Scene MEDIUM: oil on canvas CONDITION: One puncture. Minor craquelure. No visible inpaint under UV light. Wear to frame. SIGHT SIZE: 24 x 30 inches / 60 x 76 cm FRAME SIZE: 29 x 34 inches / 73 x 86 cm SIGNATURE: lower right CATEGORY: antique vintage painting AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 120175 US Shipping $90 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: Hungarian comic book artist Erno Zorad was one of the most important and internationally acclaimed creators while his country was under Communist rule. He was mostly active as a book illustrator and with this experience started adapting many literary novels into comic book adaptation.Erno Zorad was born in 1911 in Balassagyarmat. He studied for two years at the Royal Institute of Arts and Crafts, but quit afterwards. He was employed by Baron Egon Wallburg as a painter of hunting scenes. It was only after 1945 when he began illustrating periodicals. He started working for Magyar Ifjusagi Lapkiado, which sparked off a graphic career at the puzzle/comic magazine Fules which would last for four decades. Between 1952 and 1988 he painted images for slide-films based on popular novels such as R.E. Raspe's 'The Adventures of Baron Munchhausen', Jonathan Swift's 'Gulliver's Travels' and Miguel de Cervantes' 'Don Quixote'. For a long while the man had no high opinion about comics. Until 1964 the few comics he made look more like rough sketches, compard with his later works.With his detailed and technically accurate drawings, divided in dynamic page compositions Zarad set a high standard for all Hungarian comic artists which followed. By inserting contemporary photographs and illustrations into panels he pioneered photo comics in his country. He originally followed scripts written by Tibor Cs. Horvath, Jozsef Hunyady and Peter Kuczka. From 1975 on he did the scriptwork himself.In 1980 the artist started making a series of watercolour paintings which depict the intimate atmosphere of Taban, a district not far from the city Buda (nowadays Budapest), which had been demolished in the 1920s. The polymath artist was also a gifted singer and piano player. Zorad was the only Hungarian comic artist who remained popular and respected throughout his entire career. As early as 1947 he had his first exhibition in Budapest. At the International Caricature Exhibition in Vienna (1955) he received an award. In 2000 he was honored with the Order of Merit of the Hungarian Republic (Officer Grade). Late in his career, at the age of 86, he still showed his skill with 'Die Verschwundene Miniatur' (1997), an adaptation of Erich Kastner's novel of the same name. Leaving behind more than 300 comics, he passed away at the age of 93, on 8 April 2004, in Budapest.

      Broward Auction Gallery LLC
    • Wallburg, Egon (1911 - 2004 in Ungarn, Pseudonym Erno Zorad),
      Jun. 03, 2023

      Wallburg, Egon (1911 - 2004 in Ungarn, Pseudonym Erno Zorad),

      Est: -

      Wallburg, Egon (1911 - 2004 in Ungarn, Pseudonym Erno Zorad), "Bäuerliche Szene", Aquarell auf Papier, signiert und datiert unten rechts Wallburg Egon 936, 23 x 32.5 cm (PA), unter Glas gerahmt

      Auktionshaus Plückbaum
    • Erno Zorad (Hungary,1911-2004) oil painting
      Mar. 12, 2023

      Erno Zorad (Hungary,1911-2004) oil painting

      Est: $900 - $1,200

      ARTIST: Erno Zorad (Hungarian, 1911 - 2004) NAME: Pastoral Scene MEDIUM: oil on canvas CONDITION: One puncture. Minor craquelure. No visible inpaint under UV light. Wear to frame. SIGHT SIZE: 24 x 30 inches / 60 x 76 cm FRAME SIZE: 29 x 34 inches / 73 x 86 cm SIGNATURE: lower right CATEGORY: antique vintage painting AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 120175 US Shipping $90 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: Hungarian comic book artist Erno Zorad was one of the most important and internationally acclaimed creators while his country was under Communist rule. He was mostly active as a book illustrator and with this experience started adapting many literary novels into comic book adaptation.Erno Zorad was born in 1911 in Balassagyarmat. He studied for two years at the Royal Institute of Arts and Crafts, but quit afterwards. He was employed by Baron Egon Wallburg as a painter of hunting scenes. It was only after 1945 when he began illustrating periodicals. He started working for Magyar Ifjusagi Lapkiado, which sparked off a graphic career at the puzzle/comic magazine Fules which would last for four decades. Between 1952 and 1988 he painted images for slide-films based on popular novels such as R.E. Raspe's 'The Adventures of Baron Munchhausen', Jonathan Swift's 'Gulliver's Travels' and Miguel de Cervantes' 'Don Quixote'. For a long while the man had no high opinion about comics. Until 1964 the few comics he made look more like rough sketches, compard with his later works.With his detailed and technically accurate drawings, divided in dynamic page compositions Zarad set a high standard for all Hungarian comic artists which followed. By inserting contemporary photographs and illustrations into panels he pioneered photo comics in his country. He originally followed scripts written by Tibor Cs. Horvath, Jozsef Hunyady and Peter Kuczka. From 1975 on he did the scriptwork himself.In 1980 the artist started making a series of watercolour paintings which depict the intimate atmosphere of Taban, a district not far from the city Buda (nowadays Budapest), which had been demolished in the 1920s. The polymath artist was also a gifted singer and piano player. Zorad was the only Hungarian comic artist who remained popular and respected throughout his entire career. As early as 1947 he had his first exhibition in Budapest. At the International Caricature Exhibition in Vienna (1955) he received an award. In 2000 he was honored with the Order of Merit of the Hungarian Republic (Officer Grade). Late in his career, at the age of 86, he still showed his skill with 'Die Verschwundene Miniatur' (1997), an adaptation of Erich Kastner's novel of the same name. Leaving behind more than 300 comics, he passed away at the age of 93, on 8 April 2004, in Budapest.

      Broward Auction Gallery LLC
    • Erno Zorad (Hungary,1911-2004) oil painting
      Dec. 18, 2022

      Erno Zorad (Hungary,1911-2004) oil painting

      Est: $950 - $1,250

      ARTIST: Erno Zorad (Hungarian, 1911 - 2004) NAME: Pastoral Scene MEDIUM: oil on canvas CONDITION: One puncture. Minor craquelure. No visible inpaint under UV light. Wear to frame. SIGHT SIZE: 24 x 30 inches / 60 x 76 cm FRAME SIZE: 29 x 34 inches / 73 x 86 cm SIGNATURE: lower right CATEGORY: antique vintage painting AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 120175 US Shipping $90 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: Hungarian comic book artist Erno Zorad was one of the most important and internationally acclaimed creators while his country was under Communist rule. He was mostly active as a book illustrator and with this experience started adapting many literary novels into comic book adaptation.Erno Zorad was born in 1911 in Balassagyarmat. He studied for two years at the Royal Institute of Arts and Crafts, but quit afterwards. He was employed by Baron Egon Wallburg as a painter of hunting scenes. It was only after 1945 when he began illustrating periodicals. He started working for Magyar Ifjusagi Lapkiado, which sparked off a graphic career at the puzzle/comic magazine Fules which would last for four decades. Between 1952 and 1988 he painted images for slide-films based on popular novels such as R.E. Raspe's 'The Adventures of Baron Munchhausen', Jonathan Swift's 'Gulliver's Travels' and Miguel de Cervantes' 'Don Quixote'. For a long while the man had no high opinion about comics. Until 1964 the few comics he made look more like rough sketches, compard with his later works.With his detailed and technically accurate drawings, divided in dynamic page compositions Zarad set a high standard for all Hungarian comic artists which followed. By inserting contemporary photographs and illustrations into panels he pioneered photo comics in his country. He originally followed scripts written by Tibor Cs. Horvath, Jozsef Hunyady and Peter Kuczka. From 1975 on he did the scriptwork himself.In 1980 the artist started making a series of watercolour paintings which depict the intimate atmosphere of Taban, a district not far from the city Buda (nowadays Budapest), which had been demolished in the 1920s. The polymath artist was also a gifted singer and piano player. Zorad was the only Hungarian comic artist who remained popular and respected throughout his entire career. As early as 1947 he had his first exhibition in Budapest. At the International Caricature Exhibition in Vienna (1955) he received an award. In 2000 he was honored with the Order of Merit of the Hungarian Republic (Officer Grade). Late in his career, at the age of 86, he still showed his skill with 'Die Verschwundene Miniatur' (1997), an adaptation of Erich Kastner's novel of the same name. Leaving behind more than 300 comics, he passed away at the age of 93, on 8 April 2004, in Budapest.

      Broward Auction Gallery LLC
    • Erno Zorad (Hungary,1911-2004) oil painting
      Sep. 11, 2022

      Erno Zorad (Hungary,1911-2004) oil painting

      Est: $1,000 - $1,300

      ARTIST: Erno Zorad (Hungarian, 1911 - 2004) NAME: Pastoral Scene MEDIUM: oil on canvas CONDITION: One puncture. Minor craquelure. No visible inpaint under UV light. Wear to frame. SIGHT SIZE: 24 x 30 inches / 60 x 76 cm FRAME SIZE: 29 x 34 inches / 73 x 86 cm SIGNATURE: lower right CATEGORY: antique vintage painting AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 120175 US Shipping $90 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: Hungarian comic book artist Erno Zorad was one of the most important and internationally acclaimed creators while his country was under Communist rule. He was mostly active as a book illustrator and with this experience started adapting many literary novels into comic book adaptation.Erno Zorad was born in 1911 in Balassagyarmat. He studied for two years at the Royal Institute of Arts and Crafts, but quit afterwards. He was employed by Baron Egon Wallburg as a painter of hunting scenes. It was only after 1945 when he began illustrating periodicals. He started working for Magyar Ifjusagi Lapkiado, which sparked off a graphic career at the puzzle/comic magazine Fules which would last for four decades. Between 1952 and 1988 he painted images for slide-films based on popular novels such as R.E. Raspe's 'The Adventures of Baron Munchhausen', Jonathan Swift's 'Gulliver's Travels' and Miguel de Cervantes' 'Don Quixote'. For a long while the man had no high opinion about comics. Until 1964 the few comics he made look more like rough sketches, compard with his later works.With his detailed and technically accurate drawings, divided in dynamic page compositions Zarad set a high standard for all Hungarian comic artists which followed. By inserting contemporary photographs and illustrations into panels he pioneered photo comics in his country. He originally followed scripts written by Tibor Cs. Horvath, Jozsef Hunyady and Peter Kuczka. From 1975 on he did the scriptwork himself.In 1980 the artist started making a series of watercolour paintings which depict the intimate atmosphere of Taban, a district not far from the city Buda (nowadays Budapest), which had been demolished in the 1920s. The polymath artist was also a gifted singer and piano player. Zorad was the only Hungarian comic artist who remained popular and respected throughout his entire career. As early as 1947 he had his first exhibition in Budapest. At the International Caricature Exhibition in Vienna (1955) he received an award. In 2000 he was honored with the Order of Merit of the Hungarian Republic (Officer Grade). Late in his career, at the age of 86, he still showed his skill with 'Die Verschwundene Miniatur' (1997), an adaptation of Erich Kastner's novel of the same name. Leaving behind more than 300 comics, he passed away at the age of 93, on 8 April 2004, in Budapest.

      Broward Auction Gallery LLC
    • Erno Zorad (Hungary,1911-2004) oil painting
      Jun. 12, 2022

      Erno Zorad (Hungary,1911-2004) oil painting

      Est: $1,050 - $1,350

      ARTIST: Erno Zorad (Hungarian, 1911 - 2004) NAME: Pastoral Scene MEDIUM: oil on canvas CONDITION: One puncture. Minor craquelure. No visible inpaint under UV light. Wear to frame. SIGHT SIZE: 24 x 30 inches / 60 x 76 cm FRAME SIZE: 29 x 34 inches / 73 x 86 cm SIGNATURE: lower right CATEGORY: antique vintage painting AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 120175 US Shipping $90 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: Hungarian comic book artist Erno Zorad was one of the most important and internationally acclaimed creators while his country was under Communist rule. He was mostly active as a book illustrator and with this experience started adapting many literary novels into comic book adaptation.Erno Zorad was born in 1911 in Balassagyarmat. He studied for two years at the Royal Institute of Arts and Crafts, but quit afterwards. He was employed by Baron Egon Wallburg as a painter of hunting scenes. It was only after 1945 when he began illustrating periodicals. He started working for Magyar Ifjusagi Lapkiado, which sparked off a graphic career at the puzzle/comic magazine Fules which would last for four decades. Between 1952 and 1988 he painted images for slide-films based on popular novels such as R.E. Raspe's 'The Adventures of Baron Munchhausen', Jonathan Swift's 'Gulliver's Travels' and Miguel de Cervantes' 'Don Quixote'. For a long while the man had no high opinion about comics. Until 1964 the few comics he made look more like rough sketches, compard with his later works.With his detailed and technically accurate drawings, divided in dynamic page compositions Zarad set a high standard for all Hungarian comic artists which followed. By inserting contemporary photographs and illustrations into panels he pioneered photo comics in his country. He originally followed scripts written by Tibor Cs. Horvath, Jozsef Hunyady and Peter Kuczka. From 1975 on he did the scriptwork himself.In 1980 the artist started making a series of watercolour paintings which depict the intimate atmosphere of Taban, a district not far from the city Buda (nowadays Budapest), which had been demolished in the 1920s. The polymath artist was also a gifted singer and piano player. Zorad was the only Hungarian comic artist who remained popular and respected throughout his entire career. As early as 1947 he had his first exhibition in Budapest. At the International Caricature Exhibition in Vienna (1955) he received an award. In 2000 he was honored with the Order of Merit of the Hungarian Republic (Officer Grade). Late in his career, at the age of 86, he still showed his skill with 'Die Verschwundene Miniatur' (1997), an adaptation of Erich Kastner's novel of the same name. Leaving behind more than 300 comics, he passed away at the age of 93, on 8 April 2004, in Budapest.

      Broward Auction Gallery LLC
    • ERNÖ ZORAD (1911 BALASSAGYARMAT - 2004 BUDAPEST)
      May. 01, 2022

      ERNÖ ZORAD (1911 BALASSAGYARMAT - 2004 BUDAPEST)

      Est: -

      2 Aquarell- und Bleistiftzeichnungen, ¨Budapester Pferdemarkt¨ (1933) bzw. ¨Budapester Gemüsemarkt¨ (1933), jeweils unten rechts signiert ¨Zorad Ernö¨, ca. 16x20,5cm (in Passepartout), gerahmt (32x37cm), leicht gebräunt

      Auktionshaus Rotherbaum OHG
    • Erno Zorad (Hungary,1911-2004) oil painting
      Mar. 13, 2022

      Erno Zorad (Hungary,1911-2004) oil painting

      Est: $1,050 - $1,350

      ARTIST: Erno Zorad (Hungarian, 1911 - 2004) NAME: Pastoral Scene MEDIUM: oil on canvas CONDITION: One puncture. Minor craquelure. No visible inpaint under UV light. Wear to frame. SIGHT SIZE: 24 x 30 inches / 60 x 76 cm FRAME SIZE: 29 x 34 inches / 73 x 86 cm SIGNATURE: lower right CATEGORY: antique vintage painting AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 120175 US Shipping $90 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: Hungarian comic book artist Erno Zorad was one of the most important and internationally acclaimed creators while his country was under Communist rule. He was mostly active as a book illustrator and with this experience started adapting many literary novels into comic book adaptation.Erno Zorad was born in 1911 in Balassagyarmat. He studied for two years at the Royal Institute of Arts and Crafts, but quit afterwards. He was employed by Baron Egon Wallburg as a painter of hunting scenes. It was only after 1945 when he began illustrating periodicals. He started working for Magyar Ifjusagi Lapkiado, which sparked off a graphic career at the puzzle/comic magazine Fules which would last for four decades. Between 1952 and 1988 he painted images for slide-films based on popular novels such as R.E. Raspe's 'The Adventures of Baron Munchhausen', Jonathan Swift's 'Gulliver's Travels' and Miguel de Cervantes' 'Don Quixote'. For a long while the man had no high opinion about comics. Until 1964 the few comics he made look more like rough sketches, compard with his later works.With his detailed and technically accurate drawings, divided in dynamic page compositions Zarad set a high standard for all Hungarian comic artists which followed. By inserting contemporary photographs and illustrations into panels he pioneered photo comics in his country. He originally followed scripts written by Tibor Cs. Horvath, Jozsef Hunyady and Peter Kuczka. From 1975 on he did the scriptwork himself.In 1980 the artist started making a series of watercolour paintings which depict the intimate atmosphere of Taban, a district not far from the city Buda (nowadays Budapest), which had been demolished in the 1920s. The polymath artist was also a gifted singer and piano player. Zorad was the only Hungarian comic artist who remained popular and respected throughout his entire career. As early as 1947 he had his first exhibition in Budapest. At the International Caricature Exhibition in Vienna (1955) he received an award. In 2000 he was honored with the Order of Merit of the Hungarian Republic (Officer Grade). Late in his career, at the age of 86, he still showed his skill with 'Die Verschwundene Miniatur' (1997), an adaptation of Erich Kastner's novel of the same name. Leaving behind more than 300 comics, he passed away at the age of 93, on 8 April 2004, in Budapest.

      Broward Auction Gallery LLC
    • Erno Zorad (1911 - 2004)
      Dec. 01, 2021

      Erno Zorad (1911 - 2004)

      Est: $50 - $150

      Erno Zorad, Hungarian (1911 - 2004) Oil on Canvas "Pastoral Scene" Signed Lower Right. Measures 24-1/8" x 30-1/8". Frame measures 28-3/4" x 34-5/8". Condition: Yellowing to the canvas, some craquelure, small puncture on the canvas otherwise good condition. Estimate: $50.00 - $150.00 Domestic Shipping: Third party

      Kodner Galleries
    • Zórád Ernő (1911-2004): Bricklayer-Stairs, 1932
      Apr. 23, 2021

      Zórád Ernő (1911-2004): Bricklayer-Stairs, 1932

      Est: €833 - €1,388

      Aquarelle, pencil on paper

      Virág Judit Gallery
    • Erno Zorad (1911-2004) Watercolor Hunting Scene
      Nov. 12, 2016

      Erno Zorad (1911-2004) Watercolor Hunting Scene

      Est: -

      Signed in lower right. In good condition. Frame Measures approximately 17" x 21" and art Measures approximately 11.5" x 15.5". (126)

      EJ'S Auction & Appraisal
    • Erno Zorad (1911-2004) Wagon Watercolor
      Jun. 24, 2016

      Erno Zorad (1911-2004) Wagon Watercolor

      Est: $600 - $800

      Artist: Erno Zorad (1911-2004); Title: Untitled; Medium: Watercolor painting on paper; Year or Era Produced: 20th Century; Signature: Lower right; Sight Area Approximate Measurement: 11.25" x 15.25"; Matting Approximate Measurement: 19" x 15" x 0.125"; Approximate Weight: Less than 1 lb; Frame: Unframed, but matted

      J Levine Auction & Appraisal LLC
    • Erno Zorad
      Mar. 27, 2012

      Erno Zorad

      Est: $1,000 - $1,500

      Troika, Oil on canvas, 60x80 cm, Signed.

      Montefiore Auction House
    • Erno Zorad (Egon Wallburg), NA TARGU
      Dec. 09, 2010

      Erno Zorad (Egon Wallburg), NA TARGU

      Est: zł8,500 - zł12,000

      olej/płótno, 60 x 80 cm, sygnowany l. d.: 'Zorad Erno'

      Desa Unicum SA
    • Erno Zorad Hungarian (1911 - 2004) Cowboys
      Jun. 21, 2008

      Erno Zorad Hungarian (1911 - 2004) Cowboys

      Est: $200 - $400

      Ernö Zórád Hungarian, (1911 - 2004) Cowboys Water color on paper Signed lower right Wallburg Egon h:9 w:13 in.

      Gray's Auctioneers
    • zorad erno (1911 - 2000) Famile op stap in de
      May. 27, 2008

      zorad erno (1911 - 2000) Famile op stap in de

      Est: €3,500 - €5,500

      zorad erno (1911 - 2000) Famile op stap in de arrenslee. Famille en vadrouille dans un traineau Olie op doek. Huile sur toile. .Get. Sig.. . 100 x 150 cm

      Campo & Campo
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