Jeftimije Popović: 19 interesting facts

Jeftimije Popović (Bečkerek, Archduchy of Austria, 1792 – Bečkerek, Austria-Hungary, now Zrenjanin, Serbia, 1876) was a Serbian painter whose play-act is representative of the Neo-Classicism style of the period. He started out as a portrait painter, though forward-looking commissions for religious themes took precedence.

His works are the iconostases in Vranjevo (1834), Nadalj, Beska (1840) and the one in the village church in Grgeteg. The portraits he painted for the palace of the Patriarchate of Karlovci were purposeless during the turbulent mature that followed.

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