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Nepoznati Ecce Homo Nikole Lazanića u Italiji
Nikola Lazanić, born on the island of Brač, is the most important late Renaissance sculptor in Croatia. His sculptural opus includes only three signed works. The earliest is a relief stone altarpiece from 1578 with a Madonna with the Child and St Peter and Paul in the church of St Peter in Nerežišće on the island of Brač. From 1581 to 1584, the master was active in Rome, and in 1589 in Dubrovnik, where he produced his two anthological statues, St Blaise and St Jerome, for the old church of thedoi:10.15291/ars.3195 fatcat:jdvb2ly7frhetjllzvdwrjkwr4