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Zoran Mušič (12 February 1909 – 25 May 2005), baptised as Anton Zoran Musič, was a Slovene painter, printmaker, and draughtsman. He was the only painter of Slovene descent who managed to establish himself in the elite cultural circles of Italy and France, particularly Paris in the second half of the 20th century, where he lived for most of his later life. He painted landscapes, still lifes, portraits, and self-portraits, as well as scenes of horror from the Dachau concentration camp and vedute of Venice.
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Born in a village that was part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire until 1918; today it is in Slovenia, very near the town of Gorizia, which is now in Italy. The artist experienced the confluence of Slavic, Germanic and Italian culture. He was active in Italy and Spain. He was interred in Dachau.
Slovene, Italian, Yugoslav
Artist, Designer, Etcher, Graphic Artist, Painter
Zoran Music, Zoran Antonio Music, Zoran Musič, Zoran Mušič, Zoran Anton Musić, Antoine Music, Anton Zoran Music, Antonio Zoran Music, Antonio Zoran, Antonio Musić, Zoran Antonio Mušic, Zoran Anton Music
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