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MODELS FOR SOME BAROQUE WALL PAINTINGS IN DUBROVNIK
; Filozofski fakultet Sveučilišta u Zagrebu
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Marković, V. (1994). O predlošcima za zidne slike 17. i 18. st. u Dubrovniku. Peristil : zbornik radova za povijest umjetnosti, 37(1), 137-145. Preuzeto s https://hrcak.srce.hr/153837
Using methods of comparative analysis the author adds four recent findings to his research published in his book "17th and 18th Century Wall Paintings of Dalmatia" (1985). He establishes that in his wall painting "Saint Ignatius in Heavenly Glory" in the Jesuit church in Dubrovnik, Garcia worked after N. Dorigny's prints showing Ferri's painting in the dome of S. Agnese in Agone in Rome. Also studying the figure of Zeus in the "Fall of the Giants" painted on the ceiling of the central hall in the Bozdari villa in Rijeka dubrovačka the author finds numerous correspondences with prints made after works by Florentine painters from the first half of the sixteenth century. The scene of Athena and Neptune competing for Attic lands in the gallery of the Villa Sorkočević in Rijeka dubrovačka was inspired by an anonymous print kept in the Dubrovnik museum. Finally, in theme and formal arrangement, the "Allegory of Autumn" painted on the wall of this Gallery may be related to Thiry's print "Water Nymph Watching a Heron".
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