Mazalić Đoko

(Bosanska Kostajnica, 1888. - Sarajevo, 1975.) Đoko Mazalić was a painter from Bosnia and Herzegovina. He is one of the painters from the first generation of artists who attended art schools, including Gabrijelo Jurkić, Petar Tiješić, Karlo Mijić, Špira Bocarić, Petar Šain, Roman Petrović and Lazar Drljača. He studied painting at the College of Fine Arts in Budapest (1910-1914). He exhibited in 1912 with Bijelić and Tiješić in Sarajevo. He worked as a professor of drawing in Sarajevo and Travnik, and at the Institute for the Protection of Cultural Monuments in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Between the two wars, he participated in the formation and work of the artistic groups "Četvorice" from 1929 to 1930 and "Kruga" from 1935 to 1937.

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Bosnian landscape

Oil
64×53 cm


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Mountain landscape

Oil
63,4 x 66 cm


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