Petar Omčikus was born on October 6, 1926, and died on April 26, 2019.
He was a Serbian painter.
He served as a member of the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts.
He resided and worked in Paris, France.
From 1937, he lived in Belgrade.
After World War II, Omčikus started painting at the Academy of Fine Arts, in class of teacher Ivan Tabaković.
Together with his significant other, painter Kossa Bokchan left his research in painting and went to Zadar, which ended up one of the originators of the Zadar Group, where they are likewise Mića Popović, Vera Božičković, Bata Mihailović, Ljubinka Jovanovic.
Following a six-month remain in Zadar, he came back to Belgrade where he joined the Group of Eleven, and his first solo presentation, facilitated in 1951.
Without further ado, after in 1952, Petar Omčikus and Kossa Bokshan left from Yugoslavia and certainly moved to Paris.
Since 1965, they every so often remained in Vela Luka on Korčula, where they composed various global gatherings of craftsmen, scholars and commentators.
Omčikus took part in various gathering displays at home and abroad.
Omčikus passed away at 92 years old.