APA 6th Edition Fisković, C. (1979). Engleski spomenici i umjetnine u Dalmaciji. Peristil, 22 (1), 73-88. Preuzeto s https://hrcak.srce.hr/158473
MLA 8th Edition Fisković, Cvito. "Engleski spomenici i umjetnine u Dalmaciji." Peristil, vol. 22, br. 1, 1979, str. 73-88. https://hrcak.srce.hr/158473. Citirano 28.03.2020.
Chicago 17th Edition Fisković, Cvito. "Engleski spomenici i umjetnine u Dalmaciji." Peristil 22, br. 1 (1979): 73-88. https://hrcak.srce.hr/158473
Harvard Fisković, C. (1979). 'Engleski spomenici i umjetnine u Dalmaciji', Peristil, 22(1), str. 73-88. Preuzeto s: https://hrcak.srce.hr/158473 (Datum pristupa: 28.03.2020.)
Vancouver Fisković C. Engleski spomenici i umjetnine u Dalmaciji. Peristil [Internet]. 1979 [pristupljeno 28.03.2020.];22(1):73-88. Dostupno na: https://hrcak.srce.hr/158473
IEEE C. Fisković, "Engleski spomenici i umjetnine u Dalmaciji", Peristil, vol.22, br. 1, str. 73-88, 1979. [Online]. Dostupno na: https://hrcak.srce.hr/158473. [Citirano: 28.03.2020.]
Sažetak The Yugoslav coast with its maritime trade, has always enjoyed contact with England, particularly from the 14th century, and objects of art were brought to Dalmatia from England. Shown here are alabaster reliefs in the Gothic style of the 15th century, which were imported from England to many European countries, including Dalmatia. Most of the reliefs come from St. Mary's Church (Marijina crkva) in the village of čara, and from the Franciscan church on the island of Korčula. After the war some of these reiiefs were taken from the monastery on the island Otok, not far from Korčula, to the church collection in Korčula and some to the Franciscan monastery on the island Hvar. Some reliefs can be found in churches of the old Dubrovnik Republic, in the Dominican church in Dubrovnik, in the church collection on the island Lopud and in the litthe town of Cavtat. All these reliefs have the same characteristic style and some even have traces of the original polychrome. They are similar in size to the alabaster reliefs in England from the 14th and 15th centuries.
Of the English metal objects the bronze stand for reading the gospels and epistoles is outstanding; it orlginates from the 15th century and is situated in the cathedral in Dubrovnik. Also outstanding is the small collection plate from the 18th century, from the Fiskovlć collection in Orebić on the island of Pelješac. Paintings were very rarely brought back to Dalmatia. Among those paintings which did find their way to Yugoslavia the portrait of the astronomer, Ruđer Bošković, is exceptional. It is the work of the English portrait painter, Robert Enge Pine, from the year 1780, which was recently stolen from the Franciscan museum in Dubrovnik. During the 18th, and particularly the 19th century, Dalmatian sailors brought back English porcelain and ceramics (stoneware) and navigational charts from England. Some of the towers which where erected by English army architects at the t ime of the Anglo-French wars of the Napoleon era, were preserved on the island of Vis, and in the town of Korčula a monument was erected to the army commander on the island of the same name. The English architect, Thomas G. Jackson, built on to the bell tower of Zadar Cathedral during the 19th century in Neo-Romanesque style. This bell tower had originally not been completed in the 15th century. This was mentioned in the report on the Symposium Dubrovnik's Relations with England« in 1977.