The Historical Museum of Serbia hosts one very interesting exhibition we’d like to recommend you to visit.

The exhibition is titled “Serbia in the Heart of a Czech. Vladislav Titelbach (1847-1925) and his Time”, and it represents the work of an artist, Vladislav Titelbach, Czech by birth, who dedicated his professional work to Serbia. After finishing schools in his homeland, he moved to Serbian lands – first to Novi Sad (then still a part of Austria) and then to the Kingdom of Serbia.

Titelbach left us numerous artworks which perfectly reproduce the life of Serbs from the late 19th and early 20th century, both those living in the city and in the countryside. The exhibition shows us, for, example, clothes of men and women of that epoch. Titelbach also created many paintings of typical sights a visitor of Serbian village would see back then. Weaving, plowing and rug-making are just some of common activities Mr. Titelbach kept alive for us to admire and think about, even now, in 2015. He also illustrated, designed charters. He was a photographer-amateur and a professor.

This exhibition is open until March 31st, so – organize yourselves and pay it a visit in the following weeks!

Serbia in the Heart of a Czech. Vladislav Titelbach (1847-1925) and his Time

Serbia in the Heart of a Czech. Vladislav Titelbach (1847-1925) and his Time

Serbia in the Heart of a Czech. Vladislav Titelbach (1847-1925) and his Time

Serbia in the Heart of a Czech. Vladislav Titelbach (1847-1925) and his Time

Serbia in the Heart of a Czech. Vladislav Titelbach (1847-1925) and his Time

Serbia in the Heart of a Czech. Vladislav Titelbach (1847-1925) and his Time

Serbia in the Heart of a Czech. Vladislav Titelbach (1847-1925) and his Time

Serbia in the Heart of a Czech. Vladislav Titelbach (1847-1925) and his Time