|Died||15 March 1837 (aged 60)|
Lukijan Mušicki (Serbian Cyrillic: Лукијан Мушицки, pronounced [lukǐjaːn muʃǐtskiː]; 27 January 1777 – 15 March 1837) was a Serbian Orthodox bishop, writer and poet. From 1828 he was bishop of Karlovac, now in Croatia.
- Episkop Mušicki (in Croatian). Gornjokarlovačka Eparhija. Archived 17 July 2012.
- Milan Radeka (1958). About the Educational Efforts of Lukijan Mušicki: (accepted at the Meeting of 3-XII-1956).
- Vladimir Ćorović (1999). Lukijan Mušicki: studija iz srpske književnosti. Matica Srpska.
- Jovan Skerlić, Istorija nove srpske književnosti/The History of New Serbian Literature, Belgrade, 1914, 1921, pages 138–143; six pages dedicated to Lukijan Mušicki, poet, aesthete, translator, polyglot, and bishop.