Painter whose “Cinik” exemplified the Croatian expressionism motion. He was a longtime contributor to Zenit, an avant-garde mag that was released in his neighborhood. He offered in World Battle I and became a prisoner of battle in Italy. He was area of the Prague Four, which also contains Milivoj Uzelac, Marijan Trepše, and Vladimir Varlaj, from the Zagreb Springtime Salon within the 1920s. He was identified as having Parkinson’s disease in his past due thirties. Unfortunately, his disease affected his capability to create artwork. He and his parents resided in Australia to get a three-year period during his early years as a child. He and Adolph Alexander Weinman both proved helpful as sculptors.