Slobodan G. Mileusnic

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Slobodan G. Mileusnic
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Born9 April 1947
Daruvar, Yugoslavia
Died22 November 2005
Belgrade, Serbia
Alma materUniversity of Belgrade
  • Art historian
  • Secretary of the Department of Fine Arts of Matica Srpska

Slobodan G. Mileusnić (Goveđe Polje near Daruvar, Yugoslavia, 9 April 1947 - Belgrade, Serbia, 22 November 2005) was a Serbian art historian, secretary of the Department of Fine Arts of Matica Srpska.


Slobodan Mileusnić finished elementary school in his hometown and in Trojeglava, and the seminary "Bogoslovija" Seminary at Belgrade (1968). In the same year, he enrolled at the Faculty of Theology of the University of Belgrade, where he graduated in 1973. He graduated from the Faculty of Philosophy ("History of Art, Museology") in 1977. He studied in Germany, in postgraduate studies, and defended in 1984 his master's thesis "Serbian painting of the 17th and 18th centuries in Slavonia" at the Faculty of Philosophy, University of Belgrade. At the same Faculty, he defended his doctoral thesis "Požega Metropolitanate" (2004).

From 1975, he was employed in the Serbian Patriarchate, in the Museum of the Serbian Orthodox Church. He was the editor-in-chief of the magazine "Serbian Orthodox Church - its past and present" (1985-1989) and the editor-in-chief of the newspaper "Orthodoxy" (1889-1992). He was a participant in numerous scientific conferences in Serbia and abroad. He was the manager of the Museum of the Serbian Orthodox Church[1], the coordinator of the "Council for the Reconstruction of Temples and Cultural Heritage of the Serbian Church" and the secretary of the Holy Synod of Bishops. He was a member of the Republic Committee for the Reconstruction of the Hilandar Monastery, then a member of the Board of Directors of the National Museum in Belgrade, Matica Srpska in Novi Sad, and the Gallery of Matica Srpska and the "Cultural and Educational Community of Serbia". He was a recipient of several awards in the field of protection of the church and artistic heritage, museology, and activities in the field of culture (Mihailo Valtrović plaque, Golden Beočug of the City of Belgrade, and other awards, citations, and decorations).


Special editions[2]:

  • "Ko je Ko u Srbiji" (Who is Who in Serbia)[3]
  • "Dragović Monastery", Belgrade, 1986.
  • "Museum of the Serbian Orthodox Church", Belgrade, 1987 and 2001.
  • "Holy Serbs", Kragujevac, 1987, 2000 and 2003.
  • "Saint Stefan Stiljanovic - warrior and saint", Belgrade, 1992.
  • "Krka Monastery", Belgrade, 1994 and 2001.[4]
  • "The monastery of Krka", Belgrade, 1994 and 2001.
  • "Spiritual Genocide 1991-1993", Belgrade, 1994 (two editions)
  • "Guide through monasteries in Serbia", Belgrade, 1995.
  • "Spiritual Genocide" 1991–1995– (1997)", Belgrade, 1997.
  • "Medieval monasteries of Serbia (parallel in English and Serbian), Belgrade, 1995 (two editions), 1986 and 1998.[5]
  • "Hilandar", Novi Sad, 1998.
  • "Shrines of Kosovo and Metohija, Belgrade 1999 and 2001.
  • "Ruinele ortodoxiei Iugoslavia, Biserici si manastiri ortodoxe sarbe distruse, panarite si devastate 1991–1999", Bucharest, 1999.[6]
  • "Monasteries of Serbia", Belgrade 2002 and 2003
  • "Serbian monasteries (from Hilandar to Libertyville)", Belgrade, 2004.

Articles and studies published in Matica Srpska publications:

  • "Painter Ostoja Mrkojević and his icon-painting work", "Zbornik Matice srpske za likovne umetnosti", number 21, Novi Sad, 1985, p. 353–368.
  • "Excerpt from the description of the Diocese of Buda in the middle of the 18th century", "Sveske Matice srpske - građa i prilozi za kulturnu i drustvenu istoriju", No. 5, Novi Sad, 1987, p. 27–41.
  • "Sudbina riznice manastira Grgetega", "Zbornik Matice srpske za likovne umetnost", broj 24, Novi Sad, 1988, str. 307–330.
  • "Byzantium in the Church Painting of Slavonia", "Zbornik Matice srpske za likovne umetnosti", number 34-35, Novi Sad, 2003, p. 19–30.
  • "Revision of the Constitution of Matica Srpska in 1860", "Sveske Matice srpske - građa i prilozi za kulturnu i drustvenu istoriju", broj 10, Novi Sad, 2003, str. 5–43.

In addition, he has published over five hundred studies, articles, reviews, prefaces, encyclopedic articles, interviews in domestic and foreign periodicals, collections of papers, and encyclopedias.


Slobodan Mileusnić, "Sveti Srbi." Lazarica Press, Belgrade, 2003


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