Sculpture

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Relief Filip Višnjić and the people
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Gift from Mihajlo Pupin (1934) to the city of Bijeljina, Republic of Srpska. Stands on the wall of Filip Visnjic`s High school in Bijeljina. Artwork of Rudolf Valdec, 1913.
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Thursday, November 19, 2015
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Year of creation: 
1913
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Relief Filip Višnjić and the people
Place of the location: 
Бијељина
Bosnia and Herzegovina
44° 46' 11.8056" N, 19° 13' 35.2308" E
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Reclining figure
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Part of the exhibition "Henry Moore" Museum of Vojvodina.
State of origin of the cult. artefact: 
United Kingdom
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Museum of Vojvodina
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Year of creation: 
1939
Name of the original: 
Reclining figure
Place of the location: 
Serbia
45° 14' 58.794" N, 19° 50' 12.642" E
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Part of the exhibition "Henry Moore" Museum of Vojvodina.
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United Kingdom
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1934
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Composition
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Serbia
45° 14' 58.794" N, 19° 50' 12.642" E
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Title: 
The bust of Svetozar Miletic
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Plaster model of Svetozar Miletic bust, according to a bust of Peter Samonov.
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Part of the exhibition "White Russia" in Museum of Vojvodina, by senior curator Veselinka Markovic and Aleksandar Petijević
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City Museum of Novi Sad
Creator: 
Srdjan Veselinov
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Name of the original: 
Биста Светозара Милетића
Municipality: 
Novi Sad
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Vojvodina
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Serbia
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Church sculptures
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In accordance with the tradition of equipping Catholic temples, Armenian church also had a number of plaster sculptures of important saints. They were integral parts of the altars and allocated space in the nave of the temple. As with other parts of the church mobile property, information on workshops in which they made ​​figures are not preserved in the archives of Novi Sad and the rest of the church documents. The exhibits are part of the of the exhibition "Armenian Church in Novi Sad - deleted heritage," by the author Ljiljana Lazic, art historian and museum counselor.
State of origin of the cult. artefact: 
Austria
History: 
In October 1963, in Novi Sad, St.George the Enlightener, popularly called the Armenian Church was demolished. For more than two centuries, this temple has witnessed the efforts of its believers and priests to build, maintain, restore and preserve. Unfortunately, in the decades after World War II, it shared the fate of the Armenians vanished from Novi Sad. Demolition of the Armenian Church is a non-volatile error in the post-war urban planning of Novi Sad. Part of the old center of the city, whose urban pattern was established in the early 18th century, has been sacrificed to the modern architecture and the new junction. In the clash of old and new, the church has been characterized as a "worthless piece of architecture," whose existence is not necessary. Generations of citizens of Novi Sad were also deprived of a part of heritage, unique in its cultural, religious and architectural significance. Of the life and last years of the existence of the Armenian Church and its small community extensive archival, documentary and photographic material, which reveals all the circumstances that led to the tragic and unnecessary demolition, remained preserved. Part of the precious legacy of the church is now kept in the Museum of the City of Novi Sad, and, after half a century, testifies to the former appearance of the Church of St.. George the Enlightener.
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City Museum of Novi Sad
Creator: 
Srdjan Veselinov
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Year of creation: 
1890
Name of the original: 
Црквене скулптуре
Municipality: 
Novi Sad
Region: 
Vojvodina
Country: 
Serbia
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The figure of a girl
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Famous Serbian sculptor Toma Rosandić is the author of small dimenson sculpture, made ​​of white marble. The figure of a girl emerged in the fourth decade of the 20th century, and its stylized form is reminiscent of works byIvan Mestrovic, in whose studio Rosandić studied for some time. The artefact came to the City Museum of Novi Sad as a part of the legacy of Dr. Branko Ilic, the famous Novi Sad collector.
History: 
Part of the permanent exhibition of the City Museum of Novi Sad, under the supervision of the museum advisor, art historian, Ljiljana Lazic.
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City Museum of Novi Sad
Creator: 
Srdjan Veselinov
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Name of the original: 
Фигура девојке
Municipality: 
Novi Sad
Region: 
Vojvodina
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Serbia
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