Ed. Thomastik-Infeld GmbH, Vienna
1st edition, 2000
51 pages, numerous illustrations
Size: 24 x 30 cm
Croatian/German/English EUR 10 (incl. VAT.)
Oton Gliha is an artist who has revived the landscape paintings of the 20th century. While he lived on the island of Krk and painted, he discovered the heart of this landscape: the "Gromacas." These are the loosely layered, stone boundary walls, which mark the Croatian island like a spiderweb. Gliha masterfully interpreted the Gromacas. His works feature an abstract but at the same time mystical geometric.
"Oton Gliha" was published for the retrospective initiated by Peter Infeld initiated at the Church of St. Anthony in Dobrinj.