How did a Da Vinci Painting decorate the Walls in Bosnia for Years?

October 16, 2016 7:00 PM

161015066-2_mnIn the baroque city of Karlskrona in the south of Sweden there is a museum “Leonardo Da Vinci”, which features exhibits that cover the last 6.000 years of human history. The most valuable items are precisely those by the legendary Da Vindi, behind whose preservation stands the BiH and Swedish painter and collector Rizah Kulenović.

“The roots of the collection are traced back only to the Kulenović family and its origins. The movement of historically important members of the family stretched from Venice to the Balkans; from the expanses of the Ottoman Empire to Persia and China. Depending on the time period that covers 600 years of active collecting of items, we can say that all collectibles have been centrally kept at today’s territory of Bosanska Krajina,” said Kulenović, adding:

“Exhibits of decorative Chinese art of the museum are considered the most valuable world heritage. However, the most superior of the best ones is certainly Leonardo Da Vinci. Since the very beginning we have been directing the museum at a more detailed, and it turns out more precise, interpretation of the works of Da Vinci, his philosophy of art, science and life in general, in the technically most contemporary manner.”

LDV is in possession of a painting by Da Vinci that is one of the most valuable works of the collection Kulenović – The Youngest Madonna Nativity. Details on measurements, results of measurements and the final word of experts are published on internet sites of the Belkinge institute and are available to everyone.

This collector claims that the fact that many people forget when speaking about Leonardo Da Vinci and his painting The Youngest Madonna Nativity is that this painting used to decorate walls of towers and castles in Bosnia for hundreds of years.

Plans of the Museum are to maintain and improve communication and joint research with corresponding scientific institutions and experts in order to improve the processing of exhibits. Museums LDV, as well as the expert team of the museum, are open for all forms of cooperation, said the collector Kulenović.

“It is very difficult to establish yourself in an environment where the only partner museum has been closed for years. Out of respect for the BiH National Museum we have not initiated any projects in Sarajevo, but we strongly supported every campaign that drew attention to the closed museum. We answered to questions of BiH media and to several requests from the Academy of Arts. Cooperation with BiH scientific institutions and experts could certainly develop better in the future,” said the first man of LDV.



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