FAMOUS CROATS - 50th anniversary of the death of Augustin Tin Ujević
In the last days of the year 1950 he had a selection of his collections published in Zagreb, under the title Rukovet (‘Handful’). The book was edited by Jure Kaštelan and Ujević was again brought into the centre of literary interest of both his readers and the general public hungry for excitement.
Adam Baltazar Krčelić was an ardent follower of enlightened absolutism and considered that it was necessary to restrain the influence of the Church and the religious orders upon the social and political life of the society. He was a Court’s man which gained him numerous enemies in Croatia.
The poet Dragutin Tadijanović is rather special considering his work, life, activity – and his longevity can be counted among those special gifts – to the joy of those he meets, talks to, teaches – sometimes even corrects something that people much younger than him have forgotten, and which is deposited firmly and reliably in his memory.
We know much more about the painting of one of the best known “Schiavones”, the epithet the Italians used to refer to him and all other artists born along the Croatian coast, from the works that are preserved and kept in world museums and collections than from those that can be found in Croatia.
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