|Born||23 August 1905|
Village of Crkvenica, Bosnia and Herzegovina
|Died||7 March 1961|
Anton Huter (village of Crkvenica, Bosnia and Herzegovina, then part of the Ottoman Empire, 23 August 1905 - Belgrade, Serbia, Yugoslavia, 7 March 1961) was an accomplished Serbian painter between the two world wars and after.
Anton Huter's childhood was spent in Trieste, Rijeka and Zemun up until the end of the Great War. After the war, he moved to Belgrade where he enrolled at the prestigious Academy of Fine Arts|Umetničku škola in 1922. There he studied until his graduation year in 1927. His professors were Ljubomir Ivanović Petar Dobrović and Milan Milovanović (painter)|Milan Milovanović. He made study trips to Paris in 1928, where he exhibited with the other Yugoslav painters. He was among the first members to join Oblikand Independent art groups in Belgrade. His style variedfrom Serbian impressionism, via expressionism to Realism|a realistic approach.
He visited the province of Macedonia in the 1940s. One of his Macedonian works, titled “Ohrid” was sold by the auction house Mad’l art Belgrade on 28 September 2009 for 900 euros. His prices have gone up since.
His works can be found in art galleries and museums across Serbia. Also, his paintings are part of the Milan Jovanović Stojimirović collection now on exhibit at the Art Department of the Museum in Smederevo.