George Molnar (1910–1998) was born in Nagyvárad, Austria-Hungary but came to Australia in the late 1930s, where he practiced as a cartoonist. His work featured in the Sydney Morning Herald and Daily Telegraph newspapers for many years.
Molnar was also interested in, and taught, architecture.
Molnar, George (Summer 1956–1957). "Good Manners in Street Architecture". Quadrant. 1 (1): 37–45.
- Human scale in architecture: George Molnar's Sydney / Jo Holder, Robert Freestone and Joan Kerr (2003, ISBN 1-877004-29-4)
- George Molnar's Sydney at the Wayback Machine (archived March 18, 2004) – A discussion about Molnar with host Phillip Adams and guests Jo Holder and Joan Kerr for Australian Broadcasting Corporation radio
- Life in Canberra / by Alan Fitzgerald with illustrations by George Molnar (1975, ISBN 0-909278-01-6)
- George Molnar collection – held and digitised by the National Library of Australia
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