(1870 - 1932)
Emil Orlik was active/lived in Czech Republic, Germany. Emil Orlik is known for portrait, figure and still-life paintings, woodblocks, lithographs.
Biography Emil Orlik
Emil Orlik's prints and techniques went through extensive changes as he traveled internationally, learning new methods wherever he went. Known for his portraits of a wide variety of well-known individuals ranging from Josephine Baker to Albert Einstein to Marc Chagall, Orlik was an artistic chameleon, never sticking to one genre or style but studying many.
His prints catalogue his travels, creating a kind of pictorial diary of the years 1892 - 1900 in particular. Many of his works-often done in color- appeared in the European periodical PAN, along with Toulouse-Lautrec, Kathe Kollwitz, and Max Klinger. In 1900 he traveled to Japan and spent a year studying Japanese woodblock cutting and printing. Japanese cul
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