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The map Dalmazia – I. Cantinotti from the Ethnographic museum in Split

Branka Vojnović-Traživuk ; Etnografski muzej Split

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Italian painter Innocente Cantinotti painted in 1919 several oils and drawings with the motives of Dalmatia, on which he presented landscapes, panoramas, architectural monuments and people in folk costumes. Some of these works were published in Italy as a part of the folder with the reproductions of Dalmatian motives. The map ‘‘Dalmazia’’, which contains colour reproductions of his worksprobably created during Innocente’s journey in Dalmatia, was published in the edition ‘‘Arti Grafiche Bertarelli’’ in Milan around 1920. Cantinotti artistically interpreted the monuments of the towns Korčula and Šibenik, landscapes in Šibenik area, those near the rivers Krka and Čikola, especially Manojlovac, Visovac, Skradin and one landscape of the island Krapanj, mountain Dinara and hinterland of Split. In addition, he painted several figures in folk costumes, as well as portraits of people of this region. Among them were identified twelve works depicting men and women in folk costumes from Kiev and surroundings. The detailed descriptionconfirmed the ethnographic value o f these works of art. However, in order to explore their wider cultural, historical and artistic significance it is necessary to focus on unidentified originals, as wellon the appearance of this Italian painter in the context of Croatian historical events.

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