Direct from the Hnizdovsky Estate to the Collector
The Hnizdovsky Gallery™ is owned and operated by the Estate of Jacques Hnizdovsky, and is the direct source for all of Jacques Hnizdovsky's artwork.
All prints shown on this website are original limited edition woodcuts, linocuts and etchings, hand printed, signed and numbered by Jacques Hnizdovsky.
All artworks (prints, paintings, pen and ink drawings, watercolors) are originals (not reproductions) and have been in our continuous possession since their creation date, therefore authenticity and direct provenance are guaranteed. Many prints shown in our online gallery are extremely rare. All artworks are in pristine condition, stored since their creation date under 24 hour archival care (strict temperature and humidity control).
Searching the Hnizdovsky Gallery™
You may search the Hnizdovsky Gallery™ by keywords such as woodcut, linocut or etching, the year the print was created, the number of the print in the book Jacques Hnizdovsky Woodcuts & Etchings, or by subject: cats, sheep, shells, flowers, trees, food, etc.. You may view prints by decade, by searching for 40s, 50s, 60s, 70s or 80s. You may also search for horizontal, vertical or square, if your space dictates a particular format.
Ordering and Shipping
We accept all major Credit Cards, PayPal, Apple Pay and Google Pay. Shipments are shipped the next day after an order is placed. Once your order ships, you will receive full tracking information via email. Prints normally arrive within two business days. We take extra precautions to protect your artwork during shipment. All prints are either covered in cellophane, if shipped in a box, or are placed into protective plastic tubing within the shipping tube.
International collectors traveling to the United States, we can overnight ship prints directly to your place of residence in the United States. We include all necessary documents you need for duty-free entry for original works of art. Please note that during these difficult times, we are unable to ship overseas.
Matting and Framing Guidelines
Once you receive your artwork, we recommend consulting the Library of Congress website for archival matting and framing recommendations. The paper Jacques Hnizdovsky printed on has extreme longevity, but as with all works of art, proper handling and framing is necessary. All materials used in matting and framing must be archival and acid-free. Please be sure to keep your shipping insert and copies of your email confirmation for proof of provenance. Some collectors even keep the shipping label, and insert the all pertinent papers into an acid-free envelope attached to the back of the artwork or into their safe.
Rights & Reproductions
Since all of Jacques Hnizdovsky's artwork is still fully protected by International copyright law, permission must be sought for all reproductions. All requests concerning the use of images of Jacques Hnizdovsky’s works, whether in print, video, online, or on social media, must be addressed to the following copyright society representing the Hnizdovsky Estate:
65 Bleecker Street
New York, NY 10012 USA
Tel: (212) 420-9160 Fax: (212) 420-9286