Kyr Kozma (Master Kozma or Kozma) was one of most renowned Serbian painters who lived and worked in the sixteenth and in advance seventeenth century along similar to the likes of Zograf Longin, Zograf Radul, Avesalom Vujičić, and Georgije Mitrofanović.
Kozma is remembered for his piece of legislation in the Morača Monastery in Montenegro. In the monastery’s Church of the Assumption (Crkva Uspenja Bogorodice), founded in 1252 by Stefan Vladislav, grandson of Stefan Nemanja, the wall paintings (mostly from the sixteenth- and seventeenth-century) are Georgije Mitrofanović’s discharge duty while next to the narthex, in the adjacent chapel are the scenes depicting the sparkle of Stefan painted by Kyr Kozma. Not too far and wide away, there is the Church of St. Nicholas (crkva sv. Nikole), dating from 1635, which as a consequence features frescoes by Kyr Kozma.
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