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Here are all the paintings of Ivan Grohar 01

ID Painting  Oil Pantings, Sorted from A to Z     Painting Description
90811 Avtoportret Ivan Grohar Avtoportret 1894(1894) Medium oil on canvas Dimensions 17.8 x 15.5 cm (7 x 6.1 in) cyf
89461 crednik Ivan Grohar crednik 1910(1910) Medium oil on canvas Dimensions 73.5 x 85.5 cm (28.9 x 33.7 in) cyf
96638 Dekle Ivan Grohar Dekle circa 1893(1893) Medium oil on canvas Dimensions 31 X 25 cm cyf
97310 Dr Arko Ivan Grohar Dr Arko 1908(1908) Medium oil on canvas Dimensions 6.5 X 48.5 cm cyf
97513 Gerajte Ivan Grohar Gerajte 1908(1908) Medium oil on canvas Dimensions 46.5 x 68.5 cm cyf
97315 Grabljice Ivan Grohar Grabljice 1902(1902) Medium oil on canvas cyf
90817 Jezus Ivan Grohar Jezus 1911(1911) Medium oil on canvas Dimensions 42.5 x 55.5 cm (16.7 x 21.9 in) cyf
97074 Jozef Anton Codelli Ivan Grohar Jozef Anton Codelli 1762(1762) Medium oil on canvas Dimensions 100 X 78 cm cyf
96821 Krajina ob vodi Ivan Grohar Krajina ob vodi 1901(1901) and 1902(1902) Medium oil on canvas Dimensions 50 X 37 cm cyf
96987 Krompir Ivan Grohar Krompir 1909(1909) Medium oil on canvas cyf
97308 Moz s fesom Ivan Grohar Moz s fesom 1893(1893) Medium oil on paper Dimensions 37 X 29 cm cyf
92069 Moz z vozom Ivan Grohar Moz z vozom 1910(1910) Medium oil on paper Dimensions 93.5 X 131 cm (36.8 X 51.6 in) cyf
96685 Pobiralec krompirja Ivan Grohar Pobiralec krompirja 1910(1910) Medium oil on canvas cyf
88718 Portret angela Ivan Grohar Portret angela 1911(1911) Medium Oil on canvas Dimensions 12.2 x 11.2 cm (4.8 x 4.4 in) cyf
97073 Portret matere Ivan Grohar Portret matere 1895(1895) Medium oil on canvas cyf
97309 Pot z vozom Ivan Grohar Pot z vozom 1902(1902) Medium oil on canvas Dimensions 53 X 77 cm cyf
96820 Srecanje zupnika Erzena z Abrahamom Ivan Grohar Srecanje zupnika Erzena z Abrahamom 1894(1894) Medium oil on canvas Dimensions 46.5 X 35.7 cm cyf
96420 Studija za oltarno sliko Ivan Grohar Studija za oltarno sliko by 1911(1911) Medium oil on canvas Dimensions 62 X 45 cm cyf
96498 Sv Alojzij Ivan Grohar Sv Alojzij 1898(1898) Medium oil on canvas Dimensions 54.5 X 54.5 cm cyf
96497 Sveta druzna Ivan Grohar Sveta druzna 1895(1895) Medium oil on canvas Dimensions 90 X 68 cm cyf
95206 The Sower Ivan Grohar The Sower 1907 (1907) Type Oil on canvas Dimensions 120 cm x 108 cm cyf
97512 Triglavsko pogorje Ivan Grohar Triglavsko pogorje 1908(1908) Medium oil on canvas Dimensions 70 x 100 cm cyf
97562 Vrbe ob potoku Ivan Grohar Vrbe ob potoku by 1911(1911) Medium oil on canvas cyf
97437 Zetev Ivan Grohar Zetev by 1911(1911) Medium oil on canvas cyf

Ivan Grohar
Ivan Grohar (15 June 1867 - 19 April 1911) was a Slovene Impressionist painter. Together with Rihard Jakopič, Matej Sternen and Matija Jama, he is considered one of the leading figures of Slovene impressionism in the fin de siecle period. Grohar was born in the Upper Carniolan village of Spodnja Sorica, then part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. From an early age, he showed an interest in art but he could not develop his talent because he was an orphan and lived in poverty. In 1888, the local vicar Anton Jamnik sent him to an exhibition in the nearby town of Škofja Loka, enabling him to spend the summer working in the town of Kranj under the supervision of the church painter Matija Bradaška. He also travelled to Zagreb, where he worked in the atelier of Spiridion Milanesi, until he was conscripted into the Austro-Hungarian Army. He disliked the military life, so he deserted and fled to Venice, in Italy. Left with nothing, he appealed to the Austro-Hungarian consulate. In 1889 a court sentenced him to a short stay in prison and extended his military service by one year. Ivan Grohar: Brna from 1899In 1892, he applied to the Carniolan Provincial Diet for financial assistance to study at the Graz school of painting, which he received. Two years later, he applied for assistance to study at the Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna. This assistance was also approved, but despite his excellent exam result, he was not accepted to the Academy because he had not finished his studies in Graz. He continued his schooling in Graz and finished it at the end of 1894. In August 1896, he opened his own atelier in Škofja Loka. He also worked in Munich, where he attended Anton Ažbe school of art. Back home, he befriended the impressionist painter Rihard Jakopič. In autumn of 1900, he took part in the first Slovene Artistse Exhibition, organised by the Slovene Artistic Association (Slovensko umetniško društvo, SUD). He was elected to the position of treasurer of the SUD, but illegally borrowed money from the association, for which he was sentenced to three monthse imprisonment. On his release, he left for Vienna.
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