Mišević Radenko

Radenko Mišević (Rogatica, July 14, 1920 — Belgrade, February 15, 1995) He received his primary education in his native Rogatica. He finished secondary technical school, architecture department, in Sarajevo. He finished painting in Belgrade in the class of professor Milo Milunović, from 1940 to 1946. He specialized with Ivan Tabaković, Marko Čelebonović and Nedeljko Gvozdenović. He went to Sarajevo in 1953, after being invited to work at the Gavrilo Princip Museum, where he stayed for nine years and worked as an editor of the weekly newspaper "7 dana". He was a professor at the Academy of Fine Arts in Belgrade (1964-1985) and the Academy of Fine Arts in Sarajevo (1972-1985). He also studied in the studio of Andre Lot in Paris. For a time he studied frescoes and mosaics in Italy. He was the dean of the Belgrade Academy of Arts for two terms. He is the founder of the Design School in Belgrade. He regularly exhibited at collective exhibitions of ULUS. He is one of the founders of the group "Samostalni", with which he exhibited in Belgrade, Ljubljana and Maribor. He was a member of the groups "Sarajevo 55" and "Group 57". He is one of the founders of the Association of Fine Artists of Bosnia and Herzegovina and was its president for two terms.



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