Kubín (1883-1969) was a Czech painter and sculptor born in Boskovice,
Moravia, Austria-Hungary. Influenced by Vincent van Gogh and Paul
Gauguin, he adopted an Impressionist style and emigrated to France in
the early 1910s.
Along with Emil Filla and Bohumil Kubišta, he was a member of
the Expressionist Osma group (1907-1908) and in 1913 exhibited in
Herwarth Walden's "Erster Deutscher Herbstsalon," Berlin.
France, he became friends with Pablo Picasso and exhibited frequently at
the at the Salon des Indépendants, Paris, as well as throughout Europe.
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