Andrew Karoly - St. Patrick's Cathedral
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Andrew Karoly (1893 – 1978)
St. Patrick's Cathedral, New York
Etching with dry point, circa 1939
From the edition of less than 100
Image: 14.437 x 10.937
Sheet: 16.5 x 12.625
Andrew B. Karoly studied art in Budapest before the outbreak of World War One. After the War ended in 1918 he began to produce paintings and etchings of scenes in Italy, Germany and particularly, France. It is believed Karoly came to live in New York c. 1920. During the 1903s, Karoly worked art projects commissioned by W.P.A (Works Progress Administration, including several large, public murals. At this time he often collaborated with Hungarian/American painter and etcher, Louis Szanto. Today the etchings and paintings of Andrew B. Karoly are included in many American collections.