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Marino Tartaglia

Painter and artwork teacher who also received the Vladimir Nazor Honor for lifetime accomplishment in 1964. He was affected by Paul Cézanne as well as the post-Impressionists in early stages, but his later on work demonstrated an abstract and figurative impact. He fled to Italy before the beginning of Globe Battle I, fearing persecution for his politics beliefs. During Italy, he analyzed in the Instituto Superiore di Belle Arti in Rome. He was a teacher in the Academy of Good Arts, Zagreb, and he also kept membership within the Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts. His family members was surviving in Zagreb, Croatia, when he was created. He worked for a while as an associate to fellow designer Ivan Mestrovic.

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