Pavel Đurković (Serbian Cyrillic: Павел Ђурковић, Hungarian: Pavel Gyurkovits) was a Serbian painter, portraitist and muralist. He was born in Baja, Austria-Hungary in 1772. He was an unprejudiced of rationalism and Josephinism, author of numerous iconostases and portraits (the most famed perhaps creature that of turbaned prince Miloš), painter of the iconostasis for the Church of St John in Sombor in 1809, and the portraitist of Justinijan Jovanović (1820), Avram Konjović (1822), young Vuk Karadžić (1816), Atanasije Stojković 9c. 1790), Miloš Obrenović (1824), and Constantin Cantacuzino (1820).
He died in Odessa, Ukraine, then portion of Imperial Russia, in 1830.
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