Born 2 October 1872
Sremska Mitrovica, Austria-Hungary
Died 12 January 1940 (aged 67)
Zagreb, Kingdom of Yugoslavia
Training Zagreb, Vienna, Paris
Robert Frangeš-Mihanović (October 2, 1872 – January 12, 1940) was a Croatian sculptor. He was a pioneer of modern Croatian sculpture. He was also one of the initiators and organizers of the artistic life in Zagreb at the turn of the centuries.
Born 4 May 1900
Died 10 May 1979 (aged 79)
Zagreb, SFR Yugoslavia
Nationality Yugoslav / Croatian
Training Zagreb Academy of Fine Arts
École des Arts Décoratifs
École des Beaux-Arts
Influenced by Auguste Rodin
Antun Augustinčić (4 May 1900 – 10 May 1979) was a prominent Croatian sculptor. Along with Ivan Meštrović and Frano Kršinić he is considered one of the three most important Croatian sculptors of the 20th century. His most notable sculptures include the Peace monument which stands in front of the United Nations building in New York City and the Miner statue in front of the International Labour Organization headquarters in Geneva.
FRANO KRŠINIĆBorn July 24, 1897
Died January 1, 1982 (aged 84)
Zagreb, R.Croatia, SFR Yugoslavia
Nationality Yugoslav (Croatian)
Training Hořice stonemasonry school
Prague Art Academy
Influenced by Josef Václav Myslbek Jan Štursa
FRANO KRSINIC, a renowned Croatian sculptor, was born in 1897 in Lumbarda on the island of Korcula into a family of labourers and stonecrafters. As a young man he himself was trained in the art of stonecrafting in the local school, but then proceeded to attend a sculpting school in Hoøice in the Czech Republic. He graduated there in 1916 and enrolled at the Art Academy in Prague. He studied in the classes of J.V.Myslbek and J.Stursa and graduated in 1920. The same year he returned to Croatia and began his career as a freelance sculptor. Since 1924 he lived permanently in Zagreb, having been offered lectureship at the Academy of Fine Arts.
Giovanni Dalmata (Ivan Duknovic): The Virgin and Child, marble relief, 15th century.
also known as:
Giovanni di Traù
Giovanni Dalmata de Trau
Ivan Duknovic from Trogir
(c. 1440 – c. 1514),
Giovanni Duknovich called Giovanni Dalmata (also known as Giovanni di Traù - Giovanni Dalmata de Trau - Ivan Duknovic from Trogir) and Ioannes Stephani Duknovich de Tragurio, and in Croatia known as Ivan Duknović), was a sculptor from Dalmatia who was mainly active in Rome, Hungary and in Dalmatia. Giovanni Dalmata was, with Mino da Fiesole and Andrea Bregno, the leading sculptor in Rome in the second half of the 15th century.