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VIF | Visualizing Family, Gender Relations and the Body. The Balkans approx. 1860-1950

Studio portrait of Dr. Vladan Đorđević

Studio portrait of Dr. Vladan Đorđević, © Museum of Theater Art of SerbiaenlargeStudio portrait of Dr. Vladan Đorđević, © Museum of Theater Art of Serbia


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Object:Studio portrait of Dr. Vladan Đorđević
Description:Half-length shot of a seated man wearing a uniform adorned with many insignia of honor and rank. He is also wearing a šubara (winter hat) with a cockade and holding a sabre in his left and a burnt-down cigarette in his right hand.
Comment:Vladan Đorđević (1844, Belgrade – 1930, Baden bei Wien), son of Đorđe Đorđević and Marija Đorđević, née Leko (Cincar–origin), was a physician, writer and politician who supported the Serbian Progressive Party. He served as Mayor of Belgrade, Minister of Education, Prime Minister of Serbia and Minister of Foreign Affairs and was also Prince Milan IV of Serbia's (later King Milan I of Serbia) personal physician. He founded the Serbian association of physicians in 1876 and was one of the founders of Serbian Red Cross in 1887.
Date:Not after 1898
Creator:Jovanović, Milan, (Photographer)
Dimensions:Artefact: 209mm x 128mm
Technique:Not specified
Keywords:210 Records > 212 Writing
290 Clothing > 292 Special Garments
300 Adornment
410 Tools and Appliances > 411 Weapons
460 Labor > 462 Division of Labor by Gender
540 Commercialized Entertainment > 545 Musical and Theatrical Productions
550 Individuation and Mobility > 551 Personal Names
550 Individuation and Mobility > 554 Status, Role, and Prestige
560 Social Stratification
590 Familiy
640 State
650 Government Activities
660 Political Behavior > 665 Political Parties
750 Sickness > 759 Medical Personnel
810 Science and Humanities > 816 Applied Science
870 Education
890 Gender Roles and Issues
Copyright:Muzej Pozorišne Umetnosti Srbije
Archive:Museum of Theater Art of Serbia, Inv. No.: II-117
License:This picture is licensed under Creative Commons [CC BY-NC-ND 3.0]
Editor:Ana Djordjevic