Milena Pavlovic Barili [galllery b]
The true temple of art housed in the birthplace of the great painter, allows visitors to learn about sightseeing in her paintings this remarkable woman painter between the wars, one of the most interesting artistic personalities of the period.
She was born in 1909. The married Italian composer Bruno Barilli and Danica Pavlovic, very early showed his distinctive artistic talent. Driven by his restless spirit Milena Pavlovic Barili came to Spain, London, Paris, Venice, in which America is dying 1945th The urn with her ashes are located in Rome, Testaccio in the cemetery. Her paintings belong to the poetic surrealism that she expresses in his songs, sketches of scenery and costumes.
Milena is in the U.S. was engaged as a fashion illustrator of the most respected journals and magazines for interior and exterior (Vogue, Sharm, Glamour) and as a costume designer for ballet performances. Visitors to the gallery can view over 800 works known painter (oil on canvas, tempera, Paseo, watercolors, drawings), over 600 drawings that the artist worked in his early childhood, her personal belongings, library, crafts, environment in which born, raised, which was returning from the world's capitals. She wrote from New York to ¨ the sky is not anywhere as nice as nice sky over my yard in Pozarevac ¨.
Milena on images usually appear one person, the artist ¨ face, oval, quiet and a bit mistrioznog expression. Milena was beautiful, and her paintings looked like her.
Or better yet, she resembled her picture ¨. (Jean Kasu, Pozarevac, March 1, 1963) Gallery is a venue not only the greatest contemporary visual artists, but also tourists in large numbers every year visit this magical realm of images, especially during the biennial maintenance ¨ ¨ Milena light - art events which brings together participants from home and abroad, from those disciplines that were represented in Mileninoj arts: painting, drawing, costume design, set design.
Information Phone: 012/224-173
Opening hours 07-15h, 09-14h on Saturdays, Sundays, holidays - by appointment visitors
Entrance 100 din.
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