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painter , printmaker

Norman David Narotzky, American painter, printmaker. Recipient Grand prize 2 Biennal d'Art, Futbol Club, Barcelona, 1987, Bronze medal Joan Miró Drawing Prize Competition, Barcelona, 1986, Purchase prize Philadelphia Museum Art, 1956; painting grantee Generalitat de Catalunya, Barcelona, 1983; Fulbright (Foundation) fellow United States Government, 1956-1957, French Government fellow, 1955-1956, Wooley Foundation Fellow, 1954-1955.


Narotzky, Norman David was born on March 14, 1928 in Brooklyn. Arrived in Spain, 1958. Son of Harry Aaron and Minnie (Tobis) Narotzky.


Bachelor, Brooklyn College, 1949; postgraduate, Art Students League, 1945-1949; postgraduate, Atelier 17, Paris, 1954-1956; postgraduate, Academy Fine Arts, Munich, 1956-1957; postgraduate, New York University, 1957-1958; graduate, Cooper Union, 1952; Bachelor of Fine Arts, Cooper Union, 1972.


Owner studio, teacher drawing, painting, color and composition, Barcelona and Cadaqués, Spain, 1959-1969; director print workshops in Spain for, Collectors Guild, Ltd., New York City, 1968-1970; director print workshops in Spain for, Fine Arts 260 division Book of the Month Club, 1970-1978; teacher printmaking to professional artists, supervisor printing graphics, 1968-1978. Director painting workshop Northern Michigan U., Marquette, 1979.


Member Art Students League New York (life), Artistic Circle of St. Lluc Barcelona, Catalan Association Visual Arts.


Married Mercedes Molleda, March 10, 1957. Children: Susana Elena, Viviana Clara.

Harry Aaron Narotzky

Minnie (Tobis) Narotzky

Mercedes Molleda

Viviana Clara Narotzky

Susana Elena Narotzky