30,7" Edmund PICK MORINO "The Great Doorway St. Mark's Cathedral, Venice" painting art Mixed media printed on canvas

30,7" Edmund PICK MORINO "The Great Doorway St. Mark's Cathedral, Venice" painting art printed on canvas

Edmund PICK MORINO (1877 - 1958)

Title of artwork: "The Great Doorway St. Mark's Cathedral, Venice"

Ready to hang on the wall. Canvas on the wooden underframe. Outer frame are not included!

Year: 1925

Technique: printed on canvas nowadays

Condition: perfect

Diagonal: 30,7" or 78,1 cm.

Size: 19,7" x 23,6" (in) or 50 x 60 cm.

Please note that this is a reproduction printed on canvas

The size may differ from how it looks in the photo

Color can be slightly different from the picture. 

Edmund Pick Morino (actually Ödön Pick, Hungarian Ödön Morinyi) was a Hungarian painter. He attended at the art academy in Munich and studied there with Gabriel von Hackl, Ludwig Herterich and Ludwig von Löfftz. He was also influenced outside the academy by the Munich art scene (Carl Schuch, Lovis Corinth). That's when he started calling himself Pick-Morino. Pick-Morino was later a student of Arnold Böcklin in Florence and from 1901 in Paris with Albert Besnard and Pascal Adolphe Dagnan-Bouveret. From 1919 to 1929 Pick-Morino was in Vienna, where he became a member of the Künstlerhaus in 1921. Then back 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 nickname Morino to Morinyi. In 1958 he left Hungary and died in Belgium. Edmund Pick-Morino began to paint in a clayey way, but turned to Impressionism in France. In the 1920s, his portraits, landscapes and cityscapes approached the painterly expressionism of Austria. His subjects were mainly still lifes and landscapes.

Ref.: 281026673201

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