Albert Hochbaum

Albert Hochbaum first exhibited paintings in 1933. Specializing in nature and wildlife art, his work hangs in many private and public collections, including the Smithsonian in Washington and the National Museum of Natural Sciences in Ottawa. One of his paintings was presented to Queen Elizabeth II during her 1970 visit to Manitoba. In the course of his career, he wrote several books, including The Canvasback on a Prairie Marsh (1944), Travels and Traditions of Waterfowl (1956), and To Ride The Wind (1973). In 1970 he took early retirement to pursue a career in art and freelance writing. He took special interest in the Canadian north.

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