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Emery Imre Gondor emigrated to the United States in 1936. He studied at the Industrial Art School in Budapest, Academy of Art Leipzig and worked in Vienna, Denmark and London for several newspapers. In addition he illustrated books and continued this work once in the US. In addition to being an artist, he was also a child psychologist and assistant professor of psychiatry at New York Medical College.
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Gondor, Emery I.: Yearning for light : old man turned towards an explosion of light, Leo Baeck Institute Art and Objects Collection, 2002.25j.
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