Živan Vulić (Staro Laniste near Jagodina, Kingdom of Serbia, 1911 - Belgrade, Serbia, 2006) was a prominent and prolific Serbian painter of the 20th century. His works were sold in auction houses in Serbia  and abroad.
He was born in 1911 in the village of Staro Lanište near Jagodina, and since 1919 he lived in the capital, where he graduated from the teaching department of the State Art School in 1932, in the class of Beta Vukanović and Ljubomir Ivanović, his professors and mentors.
He was well appreciated by art critics and in art circles in Belgrade for his landscapes of Kalemegdan Park and the surroundings.
Known for its motifs from nature, urban depictions and rich colours. 
During his life, he was considered one of Serbia's oldest and most prominent painters. 
At one point in his life, he worked as a drawing teacher at the Gymnasium (school).
His oeuvre includes 2,500 works, mostly oils on canvas. He held more than 30 solo exhibitions. He left a legacy of 47 of his works to the Homeland Museum in Jagodina, as well as 30 works by Nikola Milojević (painter)|Nikola Milojević, a well-known painter also from Jagodina.
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- ↑ "Zivan VULIĆ (1911-2006)". Artprice.com. Retrieved 2020-12-03.
- ↑ "Vulić Živan". Galerija slika Beli Andjeo - zvanični sajt. Retrieved 2020-12-03.
- ↑ Vasić, Pavle (1973). Umetnički život (in српски / srpski). Umetnička akademija.
- ↑ "Преминуо најстарији српски сликар Живан Вулић, вест Тањуг". Archived from the original on 27 October 2016. Retrieved 28 August 2016.
- ↑ "Уметничка галерија "Надежда Петровић" Чачак". Archived from the original on 30 October 2016. Retrieved 28 August 2016.
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