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A Silent Judge of Art. Friar Vinko Fulgencije Fugošić (1916 – 2003) by Gordana Gržetić, Tomislav Galović and Perica Dujmović (Krk – Dobrinj 2017.) / Galović, Tomislav.

By: Galović, Tomislav.
Material type: ArticleArticleDescription: 2-2 str.Other title: A Silent Judge of Art. Friar Vinko Fulgencije Fugošić (1916 – 2003) by Gordana Gržetić, Tomislav Galović and Perica Dujmović (Krk – Dobrinj 2017.) [Naslov na engleskom:].Subject(s): 6.02 | 6.04 | 6.05 | A Silent Judge of Art. Friar Vinko Fulgencije Fugošić (1916 – 2003) by Gordana Gržetić, Tomislav Galović and Perica Dujmović (Krk – Dobrinj 2017.) | A Silent Judge of Art. Friar Vinko Fulgencije Fugošić (1916 – 2003) by Gordana Gržetić, Tomislav Galović and Perica Dujmović (Krk – Dobrinj 2017.) In: Bulletin of the Association for Croatian Studies /USA 64 (2017) ; str. 2-2Summary: Vinko Fulgencije Fugošić, (Gostinjac, island of Krk, 19th July 1916 – Crikvenica, 2nd August 2003) an important Franciscan, artist and travel writer has rarely been the subject of scholarship. He himself appreciated the silence and and did not get carried away by titles and achievements. Nonetheless, the man who left his mark by brush, pen or word in virtually every church and chapel on the island of Krk, as well as in many other sacred constructions throughout the Adriatic area, deserves recognition. Reticent by character, he himself evaluated only artwork, which earned him the nickname of a silent judge of art. Friar Fugošić was known to the broader public mainly as a visual artist who excelled at portraits and landscapes, but also as an author of ideas for numerous church interiors, and travel writer. In their book Tomislav Galović and Perica Dujmović focus on his opus from the scholarly perspective while Gordana Gržetić depicts his humane side through testimonies and memories. In addition to an outline of friar Fugošić’s work, this book also offers lesser known details from his childhood, youth and the milieu he grew up in, as well as the memories of the individuals with whom he was in close contact during various periods of his life.
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Vinko Fulgencije Fugošić, (Gostinjac, island of Krk, 19th July 1916 – Crikvenica, 2nd August 2003) an important Franciscan, artist and travel writer has rarely been the subject of scholarship. He himself appreciated the silence and and did not get carried away by titles and achievements. Nonetheless, the man who left his mark by brush, pen or word in virtually every church and chapel on the island of Krk, as well as in many other sacred constructions throughout the Adriatic area, deserves recognition. Reticent by character, he himself evaluated only artwork, which earned him the nickname of a silent judge of art. Friar Fugošić was known to the broader public mainly as a visual artist who excelled at portraits and landscapes, but also as an author of ideas for numerous church interiors, and travel writer. In their book Tomislav Galović and Perica Dujmović focus on his opus from the scholarly perspective while Gordana Gržetić depicts his humane side through testimonies and memories. In addition to an outline of friar Fugošić’s work, this book also offers lesser known details from his childhood, youth and the milieu he grew up in, as well as the memories of the individuals with whom he was in close contact during various periods of his life.

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