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Zora Matić, Combined Technique, 1960s


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Zora Matić, combined technique from 1960s. Zora attended high school in Zagreb, then in 1942-44. studied painting at the Academy of Arts in Munich. He returns to Zagreb and enrolls at the Academy of Fine Arts, but does not finish it. From 1945, at first she was a teacher, then she worked mainly in advertising and decoration. Year In 1951, she moved to Rovinj, where after the opening of the Native Museum (1954), she became its first director. She co-founded the Rovinj Art Colony in 1955. She appeared in painting in 1951 with a series of motifs of Rovinj houses, painted with an expressionist gesture, with simplified forms and a pronounced texture of the painted surfaces. In the mid-1950s, he introduced figures and portraits into his paintings, and in 1960 he began a series of abstract so-called automatic drawings, some of which we have the honor to publish here. There are traces of water on the right side of the passepartout. The painting is framed and protected with glass.

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With frame: 70 x 60 cm
Without frame: 52 x 42

Place of Origin:

Rovinj, Croatia



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