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Figure 1.

Arsa Teodorovć, Dositej Obradovć (1818) National Museum, Belgrade

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Figure 2.

Novak Radonić, The Death of Tsar Uroš, (1857), Gallery Matica Srpsksa, Novi Sad

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Figure 3.

Novak Radonic, Young Jovan Jovanović Zmaj (1854) Gallery of Matica Srpska, Novi Sad

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Figure 4.

Djura Jakšić, Death of Karadjordje (1862), National Museum, Belgrade

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Figure 5.

Djura Jakšić, Tsar Lazar (1857–1859) National Museum, Belgrade

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Figure 6.

Ferdinant Waldmüller, Frau von Lerchenau (1837) Neue Pinakothek, Munich


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Figure 7.

Steva Todorović, Kornelije Stanković, (1859) National Museum, Belgrade

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Figure 8.

Johann Krafft, Entry of Kaiser Franz into Vienna (1828) Osterreichische Galerie Belvedere, Vienna


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Figure 9.

Uroš Predić, Flight of the Bosnian Refugees (1889) National Museum, Belgrade

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Figure 10.

Uroš Predić, Boy at the Pastry Shop (1879) National Museum, Belgrade

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Figure 11.

Peter Fendi, Girl outside of a Lottery Shop (1829) Osterreichische Galerie Belvedere, Vienna

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Figure 12.

Peter Fendi, Sad News (1838) Historisches Museum, Vienna


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Figure 13.

Uroš Predić, Orphan on his Mother’s Grave (1888) National Museum, Belgrade

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Figure 14.

Paja Jovanoviš, The Fencing Lesson (1885), National Museum, Belgrade

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Figure 15.

Paja Jovanović, Preparation of the Bride (1888), National Museum, Belgrade

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Figure 16.

Djordje Krstić, Drowned Woman (1879), National Museum, Belgrade

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Figure 17.

Djordje Krstić, At the Well (1882), National Museum, Belgrade


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Figure 18.

Wilhelm Leibl, Woman at the Spinning Wheel (1892) Museum den Bildenkunst, Leipzig

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Figure 19.

Djordje Krstić, View of Čačak (1881), National Museum, Belgrade

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Additional Information

ISSN
1941-9511
Print ISSN
0742-3330
Pages
pp. 307-321
Launched on MUSE
2009-01-14
Open Access
No
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