Pregled bibliografske jedinice broj: 245872
News. Croatia // The Medal (London), 48 (2006) (podatak o recenziji nije dostupan, prethodno priopćenje, stručni)
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The Medal (London) (0263-7707) 48 (2006);
Vrsta, podvrsta i kategorija rada
Radovi u časopisima, prethodno priopćenje, stručni
medals; dies; punches; Mataušić Vladimir; Zagreb Archaeological Museum
Following upon the major donation of the Berislav Kopač medal collection by his widow, Ana Kopač, Vladimir Mataušić (b. 1924), the doyen of Croatian engravers and medallists presented the Zagreb Archaeological Museum Numismatic Collection with many items from his semi-secular workshop. Among the presented objects there are 50 steel dies and punches for medals, and 160 medals in various forms and materials (models and unreduced, reduced and struck medals ; in plaster, aluminum, bronze, silver etc.). Among these works of the following Croatian artists, both alive and deceased are represented: Ivica Antolčić (1 specimen), Frane Baće (7), Belizar Bahorić (1), Vojin Bakić (4), Emil Bohutinsky (2), Krunoslav Bošnjak ( 4), Ante Despot (7), Kruno Habuš (1), Vladimir Herljević (10), Želimir Janeš (43), Ivan Jeger (2), Kuzma Kovačić (2), Teodor Krivak (1), Maja Landau Nejašmić (1), Damir Mataušić (20), Vladimir Mataušić (7), Ante Orlić (6), Josip Radković (1), Stipe Sikirica (1), Rudolf Spiegler (2), Vladimir Štoviček (4), Vlado Vujanović (2). This donation will enable the preservation of memory and material from this still active and productive workshop. Vladimir Mataušić is the father of Damir Mataušić, one of the most active Croatian medallist, who also teaches the art of medal and small sculpture at the Zagreb Academy of Fine Arts.