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This paper analyses the portraits of Habsburg rulers that were disseminated through different art media (paintings, sculptures, prints, crafts...) as an expression of power and propaganda across the Monarchy, including the area of modern-day eastern Croatia. Portraits of rulers and dignitaries were part of aristocratic collections in palaces that were built on estates established in the first decades of the 18th century, after the Ottomans had left the area. Apart from portraits of the rulingdoi:10.31664/ripu.2019.43.12 fatcat:5rso5lcotfevrgjsi4edb7txpi