An autobiography of a theatre actor and comedian who was especially popular between the two wars in Trieste and Ljubljana, featuring an attractive cover design by the academic painter Mirko
Šubic (1900-1976). The well-composed image, based upon a stenciled draft, represents the Greek goddess Thalia, who presided over comedy, and a small figure of a man in the background, chasing
The academic painter Mirko Šubic came from a family of known artists and painters. He studied painting at the Munich Art Academy under Franz von Stuck and Carl Johann Becker-
Gundahl; in Prague under Vlaho Bukovac, Jakub Obrovský and Vojtech Hynais; and in Dresden with professors Ferdinand Dorsch in Max Feldbauer. He was known as an illustrator and painter, notably as a restorer of frescos.
We could only find one example outside of Slovenian libraries (Columbia University, New York). References: OCLC 29271296. Šubic, Mirko (1900–1976). Slovenska biografija. Slovenska
akademija znanosti in umetnosti, Znanstvenoraziskovalni center SAZU, 2013.http://www.slovenska-biografija.si/oseba/sbi674378/#slovenski-biografski-leksikon (15. avgust