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Still Life With Ham

Documentation Signed
Origin Austria
Period 1920-1949
Materials oil on canvas
Dimensions
W. 29 in; H. 23 in; D. 1 in;
W. 73.66 cm; H. 58.42 cm; D. 2.54 cm;
Condition Good. very good
Description Still Life with ham, oil on canvas signed, a wonderful example of the artist's work, from the Collection of Bass Museum Of Art.
Canvas size 16 3/4 x 22 1/5 framed 23 x 29.
Edmund Pick-Morino was the son of a property owner called Hutter and came to Vienna when he was young, where he attended school. He enrolled on November 2, 1898, with the matriculation number 1924 as Oedon Pick for the class at the Art Academy in Munich and studied there with Gabriel von Hackl, Ludwig Herterich and Ludwig von Lofftz. He was also influenced by the Munich art scene outside the academy ( Carl Schuch, Lovis Corinth ). At that time he started calling himself Pick-Morino. Later Pick-Morino was in Florence pupil of Arnold Bocklin and from 1901 in Paris with Albert Besnard and Pascal Adolphe Dagnan-Bouveret. From 1910 he lived in Vienna and Baden near Vienna but always undertook study trips. During the First World War Pick was in Basel. From 1919 to 1929 Pick-Morino was in Vienna, where he became a member of the Künstlerhaus in 1921. Afterward, again in France, in Fontainebleau, he traveled to southern France, Italy, the Orient, Germany, and Hungary. In 1939 he moved to Budapest, where he changed his surname Morino in Morini. In 1958 he left Hungary and died in Belgium.
Edmund Pick-Morino began to paint in a toned way but turned in France to the impressionism. In the 1920s, his portraits, landscapes, and cityscapes approached Austrian expressionism. His pictorial themes were mainly still lives and landscapes.
Styles / Movements Expressionism
Incollect Reference Number 335930
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