Jacques Hnizdovsky is seen here in the front row left, sitting on a wooden crate.
Jacques Hnizdovsky (front, lower right) with high school classmates, visiting the Ivan Franko memorial at Lychakiv Cemetery in Lviv. He is glancing in the direction of his own present day memorial.
Jacques Hnizdovsky's pen and ink illustration of Pacific hostilities underlies the seminarians' graduation photographs. Hnizdovsky can be seen in the lower center block, top row, fifth from the left
The saviors of Hnizdovsky's artwork created before and during WW II, Dr. Nadia Ivachniuk and her husband, Anton Ivachniuk, who emigrated to Canada with their large Hnizdovsky collection.
"Akademia", Jacques Hnizdovsky's famous painting of figure drawing class at the Academy of Fine Arts, Zagreb. (currently in a private collection)