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Original scientific paper

THE ANGELS IN VODICE, SUTIVAN AND GLAVOTOK

Radoslav Tomić ; Institut za povijest umjetnosti, Zagreb


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Abstract

The author analyses marble statues of angels in the parish church in Vodice by Šibenik, the parish church in Sutivan on the island of Brač, and in the Franciscan church in Glavotok on the island of Krk. It is established that the churches have the same type of main altar with side doors, a kind that in many variants is to be met with in churches in Dalmatia and indeed all along the coast from the end of the 17th and during the 18th century. Sculptures of angels are placed on the lintels. In all three cases, the sculptures are the works of Venetian artists. The
name of Paolo Callalo (Venice, 1655-1725) is proposed for the angels in Vodice and Sutivan, while the angels in Glavotok are ascribed to Giuseppe Bernardi- Torretti (Pagnano/Treviso, 1694 – Venice, 1774). The attributions are borne out with stylistic analyses of the artworks, comparisons and available historical data.

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109693

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