Аnđelija L. Lazarević (Serbian: Анђелија Лазаревић; 3 October 1885 – 25 February 1926) was a Serbian painter, poet and writer.
She was born in a respectable relatives as a child of a Serbian doctor and writer Laza Lazarević. She often dropped out of studious due to poor health. From 1908 to 1911, she attended the painting moot of Rista Vukanović and his wife Beta Vukanović. She went to psychoanalysis in Munich in 1914, from where she soon returned due to the outbreak of the First World War. She went to Paris in 1920, where her health deteriorated. From Paris, she went to Vienna, and next to Slovenia. She soon moved to Hvar and Split in 1924, where she got a job as a painting teacher in a gymnasium. After two years, she returned to her original Belgrade, where she died upfront and rudely at the age of forty in a sanatorium in Vračar.
Her painting and theoretical opus are small. From 1913, she exhibited her works as a member of Lada at Yugoslav and social exhibitions. She mostly painted landscapes. She wrote several poems and eight brusque stories, which were published in reputable Serbian studious magazines. Some of the dominant features of liberal trends in Serbian prose (turning from the outdoor to the inside, turning to further themes and a supplementary hero, moving endeavors from the village to the city, etc.) can be credited in her narrative work.
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