Jasminka Najcer Sabljak, PhD, assistant professor

Was born in 1975. She received her PhD from Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Zagreb with the thesis entitled Art Collections in the Nobility of Slavonia and Srijem. From 2001 until 2016 worked as a senior curator in charge of the Collections of the 18th and 19th Century at the Museum of Fine Arts in Osijek and since 2016 at the Department of Fine Arts of the Academy of Arts in Osijek, University of Osijek. In 2003, she initiated and has since then managed the event Days of Prints in MLU, the aim of which is the popularisation of graphic arts. In 2014, for the achievements in the work on the exhibition The Art Heritage of the Pejačević Family, she received the annual Osijek and Baranja County Prize for Culture, the Radovan Ivančević Charter of the Association of Art Historians of Croatia for advancing and promoting art history, and the annual Prize of the Croatian Museum Association for an investigative exhibition project. She conducts research into the cultural heritage, specializing in the provenance research, history of art collecting and collections and acquisition of domestic and foreign noble families in the eastern part of Croatia (Slavonia and Srijem) in the 18th and 19th centuries and the first half of the 20th century. She has published a number of professional papers on the topic. She has published the book The Art Heritage of the Odescalchi Princes: From Lombardy and Rome to Ilok about the Italian noble family in Croatia and their collections.

She had participated in the research project Croatia and Central Europe: Art and Politics in the Late Modern Period (1780-1945). The project is financed by the Croatian Science Foundation (Hrvatska zaklada za znanost ).

Jasminka Najcer Sabljak, PhD, assistant professor; Josip Juraj Strossmayer University of Osijek, Academy of Arts in Osijek

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Contact: jnajcersabljak@uaos.hr