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Designers & Creators Directory

Antun Augustinčić

(AHN-tun AU-gus-tin-chich)

Birthplace: Klanjec, in present-day Croatia

Heritage: Croatia

Date born: May 4th, 1900

Date deceased: May 10th, 1979 (at the age of 79)

Education: Royal Academy of Arts and Crafts, Zagreb (graduated 1924)

Biography

Unquestionably one of the most important artists in

Gržetić’s first

Photo 1: Gržetić's sculpture "Wounded/Ranjenik" [source]

None of the monuments which Gržetić m

Works by this Designer:

This is a listing of a number of memorials, monuments, public art and other notable Yugoslav-era works by Ante Gržetić. Those sites listed in the upper part of this section have profile pages, while those listed in the lower part do not yet have completed profile pages. This list is not exhaustive and will be added to over time.

Monument works with profile pages:

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Kragujevac, Serbia

Name: Monument to Pain & Defiance

Year: completed 1959

Kragujevac, Serbia

Name: Monument to Resistance & Freedom

Year: completed 1966

Monument works without profile pages:

Drvenik, Croatia

Gjilan/Gnjilane, Kosovo*

Name: Monument to Fallen Fighters

Year: completed 1961

Location: 43°09'25.8"N, 17°14'46.0"E

Name: Monument to Fallen Fighters

Year: completed 1963

Location: 42°27'43.4"N, 21°28'04.4"E

Peja/Peć, Kosovo*

Name: Monument to the Revolution

Year: completed 1972, destroyed 2012

Location: 42°39'17.9"N, 20°17'18.4"E

Beoci, Serbia

Name: Monument to Fallen Fighters

Year: completed 1973

Location: 43°20'13.3"N, 20°38'11.3"E

Topola, Serbia

Name: Mothers & Daughters of Šumadija

Year: completed 1967

Location: 44°15'02.2"N, 20°40'56.8"E

Cetinje, Montenegro

Name: Monument to Ivan Crnojević

Year: completed 1982

Location: 42°23'15.7"N, 18°55'26.2"E

Vranje, Serbia

Name: Monument to the Revolution

Year: completed 1985

Location: 42°33'10.1"N 21°53'44.9"E

Selected Sources and More Information:

-The primary source for this profile are the records, documents and personal information obtained from the son of sculptor Ante Gržetić, Ivan Gržetić of Belgrade.

*NOTE: All mentions of the designation "Kosovo" on this page are made without prejudice to the position on status, and is in line with the United Nations Security Council Resolution 1244 and the International Court of Justice's Opinion of the Kosovo Declaration of Independence.