Croatian painter whose work was exhibited at the Venice Biennale in 1942. His first independent exhibition was at Pola vijeka hrvatske umjetnosti at the MeÅ¡troviÄ‡ Pavilion in 1937.
He studied art in Zagreb, graduating in 1936.
He was commissioned by New York City's Metropolitan Opera to paint a portrait of Croatian opera singer Milka Trnina.
His family moved to Vienna when he was eight years old. He fled Communist Yugoslavia in 1946 for Italy. One year later, he moved to Argentina.
He and Oton Ivekovic were fellow Croatian painters.