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2008, br. 9, str. 179-192
jezik rada: srpski
vrsta rada: istoriografski prilog
objavljeno: 14/01/2009
Umetnički opus Ivana Meštrovića u dvorskom kompleksu na Dedinju

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(ne postoji na srpskom)
The Artistic opus of Ivan Mestrović has been the subject of numerous studies researches, conferences and round tables, as well as publications monographies and articles. However, specific reticence and inaccessibility of The Royal Compound at Dedinje as well as the status of the Forbidden City that this place hold after the WWII during the entire period of the second half of the 20th century, resulted with the fact that 'the court opus' of Ivan Mestrovic stays marginally researched and published. Having in mind the complexity and depth of this subject, as well as the fact about the fragmentary archives and the absence of resources necessary for complete understanding of the origin of the artifacts from the Art Collection of The Royal and The White Palaces at Dedinje, this publication does not aim to exhaust all the aspects of complex social, political and cultural meanings of the works of art of Ivan Mestrovic that are located in this specific surrounding. The main goal of this article is to cover entirely and to present at one place sculptural and architectural works that Ivan Mestrović accomplished at The Royal Compound or that HM King Alexander purchased from this author for his headquarter with special attention paid to the character and significance of the choice of these artifacts. Ivan Mestrovic had a key role in constitution of Yugoslav national identity and his works of art were doubtlessly, filled with expressively strong political propaganda. Although Mestrovic was not official court artist, he was ideologically and essentially tied with personality of HM King Alexander and he represented bard, support and bulwark of an ideology that in suitable and it would be shown as very short political moment had its justification, reached it climax, but at the same time almost ironically the beginning of its end.

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