|Died||April 9, 2007|
|Education||Academy of Fine Arts, Ljubljana|
|Known for||painting, illustrating|
|Painting, sculpture and children's books illustration|
|Awards|| Levstik Award |
1964 Nauk o človeku
Tone Žnidaršič (5 November 1923 – 9 April 2007) was a Slovene painter and sculptor who also illustrated children's books and textbooks.
He won the Levstik Award in 1964 for his illustrations for the primary school textbook Nauk o človeku (On the Human Body).
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