Moștenirea pictorului Stefan Tenecki în Episcopia Sremului
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One of the most prolific Serbian painters of the eighteenth century is Stefan Tenecki, who lived in Arad. From 1749 to his death (1798), he painted iconostasis and icons both in Arad County and in Serbia and today Hungary. His painting is Baroque inspired, assumed from the Ukrainian painters. He is considered one of those who has modernized Serbian religious painting. Among the orders he received, were the ones made in the Srem Episcopate. Of these, the most important is the mural painting at Kruşedol Monastery, unique in its own way. Along with this, he also makes the iconostasis of the church and six festivities at Stari Slankamen (1764) and the iconostasis of the church in Ruma (1772).
Keywords:painter from Arad / church painting / Ukrainian influence / baroque / iconostasis
Source:Patrimoniu şi patrimonializare : lucrările simpozionului internaţional de la Arad din 22-23 iunie 2017, 2018, 42-63
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