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2007, br. 8, str. 51-60
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Kuća Riste i Bete Vukanović - kuća sa plavim perunikama
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The house of Rista and Beta Vukanović, known as 'the house with blue irises' was built in 1902, after the designs by the Belgrade architect Milan Kapetanović. The house had a double function: as the home and studio of the painter and the venue of the Serbian School of Painting with classrooms and studios. The building was built in the style of academism, with elements of art nouveau. The function of the house defines its specific quality, since there had not and has not been a building in Belgrade erected for those purpose. Another specific feature, after which the house got its name, is the fact that it is the only house with a painted façade, and even more unique - the pictures were painted personally by Beta Vukanović. Pilasters and the cornice had painted ornaments in the form of blue irises and colored feathers, while the gable on the main façade contains an allegoric composition with muses of dance, music and painting. Both the decorative pictures and the composition itself belong to art nouveau style. The Serbian School of Painting stayed in the house only until 1905, because that year it was reorganized and transformed into the Arts and Crafts School. The owners of the house went into refuge during WW I and the house was damaged After the war, Beta Vukanović returned to Belgrade alone; Rista died in 1918. The house was sold and the new owners altered it and removed the old façade. That was the beginning of a rapid deterioration of the house and the present state does not resemble the original building. The house drew renewed attention when it was listed as a cultural monument, but no restoration has yet been done. The precondition for restoration is the renewal of the original function, reconstruction of the whole building in accordance with the original design and the restoration of the mural painting.

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