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author of the interview:
Ph. D. Zoran Velagic
- about Krsto Hegedušic...
- about Antun Bauer, museologist and ordering the fresco for the Marija Bistrica
- about critics memorial and leaving to Buenos Aires
- about correspondence with Josip Vaništa
- 1907 Born 22 October in Banjole near Pula.
- 1915 Family moves to Austria near Vienna, where he attends primary school in German.
- 1918 Returns to his homeland and continues his education in an Italian primary school.
- 1920 Accepted at the Istrian boarding school in Karlovac where he starts his secondary education.
- 1925 Family moves to Zagreb.
- 1928/29 Completes his secondary education and matriculates at the First State Classical Grammar School.
- 1929 Begins his studies at the Academy of Fine Arts in Zagreb under Tomislav Krizman and Maksimilijan Vanka.
- 1931 When Marin Tartaglia arrives in Zagreb, moves to his school in which he graduates in painting in 1936.
- 1937 First solo exhibition in Zagreb in the Salon Ulrich.
- 1938 Participates at the exhibition Half a Century of Croatian Art in Zagreb.
- 1939 Solo exhibition in the Pavilion on N Square in Zagreb
- 1940 Participates at an exhibition of Croatia artists, Zagreb
- 1941 Solo exhibition in Zagreb (marinas, Korčula, Mljet). Participates at the First Exhibition of Croatian artists in the Independent State of Croatia.
- 1942 Shows at the Second Exhibition in the Independent State of Croatia. Three of his paintings shown in the Croatian pavilion at the 22nd Venice Biennale.
- 1943 Third Exhibition of Croatian Artists in the Independent State of Croatia. Four of his paintings shown at the exhibition of Croatian art in Berlin, then in Vienna and Bratislava.
- 1946 In January leaves his homeland and goes to Italy. Exhibits sixty-six paintings at an exhibition in Trieste, in the Galeria del arte al Corso. Travels through Italy and with Zoran Mušić visits Filipo de Pisis in Venice.
- 1946 Visits France, Belgium and the Netherlands.
- 1947 Joins his parents who were living in Argentina for the last ten years. First solo exhibition in Buenos Aires.
- 1948 Buenos Aires, Penser Gallery, solo exhibition.
- 1949 Solo exhibition in Buenos Aires, Thirty-ninth National Salon
- 1951 Forty-first National Salon in Buenos Aires
- 1956 Forty-fifth National Salon in Buenos Aires
- 1957 Solo exhibition, Van Riel Gallery, Buenos Aires
- 1958 Solo exhibition in the Velasquez Gallery, Buenos Aires
- 1959 Solo exhibition in San Juan
- 1960 Solo exhibitions in Bahia Blanca and in Neuquen, Argentina
- 1978 Moves to the United States on 18 February. Lives and works in New York.
- 1985 Paints portrait of Milka Trnina for the Metropolitan Opera in New York.
- 2005 Dies in Zagreb at 98.
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