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As with many outsider artists, the life of Janko Domsic (Croatia, 1915 - 1983) is shrouded in mystery and misery. Judging from the sparse information available, it's likely that Domsic spent some time in prison; worked on the construction of a railroad in the 1930's; and lived in a degenerate building in Paris. Thankfully, he spent his life making sense of his clustered psyche through his drawings; hectic pictures adorned with multi-lingual vocabulary referring to his personal life, the economy, the moral code of freemasons, and mystic ideas. Domsic's works are a part of major art brut collections internationally.
Domsic's works are a part of major art brut collections internationally.