• Era/Century: 20th
  • Author: Toma Rosandić
  • Dating: 1927
  • Material: wood
  • Technique: carving
  • Dimensions: height 12 cm
  • ID Number: LTR 117
  • Property: Belgrade City Museum
  • On Display: No

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Along with the architectural project and sculptures, Toma Rosandić made all the objects of applied art, furniture and church vessels for the Petrinović Mausoleum in Supetar on the island of Brač. This censer used in religious rites performed in the Mausoleum was made in walnut wood. It shows an angel with outstretched arms kneeling on the oval base. The angel supports a boat-like vessel with a lid. On one side it ends in a beak, whereas on the other it turns into a semicircular handle stemming from the angel's folded hands.


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