THE PAINTING DECORATION IN ST. ANDREW'S PARISH CHURCH AT ZGORNJI LESKOVEC AND ZAGREB PAINTER ANTON ARCHER

This paper discusses and analyses wall paintings in St. Andrew's Parish Church at Zgornji Leskovec. The church was built in 1779 (according to the date on the portal) and probably painted shortly thereafter. This is confirmed by the style of painting and by a mention in a written source. The fresco paintings have not yet been presented, analysed or assessed. This paper explains their iconography. Based on a critical stylistic analysis, the frescoes are attributed to Anton Archer, a painter from Zagreb who worked with the Styrian painter Anton Lerchinger. The studied wall paintings are the first work of art in Slovenia to be attributed to Anton Archer. Furthermore, they show that the painter worked completely independently as early as 1780, i.e. before Anton Lerchinger's death. This paper could be a good starting point for further attributions of Late Baroque paintings in the Zagorje region.

Prethodno priopćenjeMetoda Kemperl
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