Anna Noéh was born in Hungary in 1926. She studied at the Academy of Applied Arts, Budapest (1952-56); and the Academy of Fine Arts, Vienna (1956-57). In 1957, she immigrated to Montreal, Quebec.
Although her art works are created mainly in acrylic, she also uses oil, color graphite, pencil, silkscreen, photolithography and watercolour. She is best known for her scenes of Inuit daily Life in the Canadian Arctic. She first visited Baffin Island in 1970.
Innuite Women with their children
Innuit Family Life
Innuit Boys Fishing
Read more on Anna Noéh in this Hungarian Article.