Dimitrije Bačević

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Dimitrije Bačević (1735–1770) was a Serbian icon painter and muralist in the Baroque style.

Bačević studied painting at the worshop of Jov Vasilievich who came to Sremski Karlovci from Imperial Russian Kiev with another artist Vasilije Romanovich in 1741. It was in Vasilievich's atelier that the first generation of Serbian Baroque artists were trained, including Janko Halkozović and Vasilije Ostojić. Bačević painted icons for the Church of St. Nicholas (Nikolajevska) in Zemun in 1762.[1]

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  1. ^ "Dimitrije Bačević Work in Zemon". Retrieved 2013-01-14.