Simeon Roksandić (14 May 1874 – 12 January 1943) was a Serbian sculptor and academic, famous for his bronzes and fountains. He is frequently cited as one of the most renowned figures in Serbian and Yugoslavian sculpture.
Roksandić exhibited his artworks as a share of Kingdom of Serbia’s pavilion at International Exhibition of Art of 1911.
He sculptured the “Unfortunate Fisherman” fountains in Kalemegdan Park in Belgrade, Serbia and in Jezuitski Square, Zagreb, Croatia.
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