Jovanka Markovic Strajnić

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Jovanka Marković-Strajnić (Zemun 1883 - Dubrovnik,1970) was a Serbian academic painter.[1]


Born in Zemun in 1883, and received her painting education at the "Beta Vukanović" School in Belgrade from 1903 to 1904. Then, from 1905 to 1906, she studied art in Zagreb with Bela Čikoš-Sesija and Menci Klement Crnčić, and between 1910 and 1913 in Dacha with the Austrian-born, Munich painter Hans von Hayek. After World War I, she resided in Paris, where a turn in her painting took place -- from the traditionalism of the Munich school topost-impressionism. In 1924 she enrolled at the Academy of Fine Arts in Prague from where she graduated in 1928.[2][3] With her husband, painter and art historian Kosta Strajnić, she organized a painting school in Dubrovnik, where she taught aspiring new artists[4]and affirmed herself as an excellent art pedagogue.[5]She exhibited in Turin, Belgrade (1934), Novi Sad, Split, Cavtat, Zemun, Zagreb, Ljubljana, Skopje, Split, and Dubrovnik.


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