Stefan Likić (Srem, c. 1680 – Slavonia, c. 1750) was a Serbian graphic artiste and master woodcarver from the first half of the 18th century. His take effect is upon display in the Serbian Orthodox Church Museum in Belgrade.
Stefan Likić was a priest and an artist — a master in woodcuts — who worked for churches and monasteries, including Lepavina Monastery, in Slavonia during the pinnacle of the Habsburg Empire.Many icons were attributed to him; Deesis of Saint Simeon and Saint Sava (1712);Antimension of Christ with the Apostles (1724);and two-sided woodcut representing St. Nicholas and St. John the Baptist (1732).
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