JOHANN BAPTIST RANGER − BIBLICAL NARRATIVES AND THEIR PICTORIAL SOLUTIONS IN THE PAULINE MONASTIC CHURCHES OF REMETE AND LEPOGLAVA
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Johann Baptist Ranger (1700 – 1753), was Pauline lay-brother and one of the most important artists of the first half of the 18th century in Croatia. He approached through his illusory painting north western Croatia to the Central European baroque art. Despite the fact that several of his most precious works can be found in parish or pilgrim churches, Ranger’s most important compositions are those inspired by the biblical story, and located in the Pauline monastery churches, currently parish churches – the Church of St. Mary in Lepoglava (1733 – 1743) and Church of the Assumption in Remete (1745 – 1748).
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