Anđela Horvat: Art historian and conservator (Krašić, 18 March 1911 – Zagreb, 26 September 1985). Graduated with a degree in Art History, History and Latin at the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences (1935), where she also defended her doctoral thesis entitled Architectural and Fine Arts Monuments in Međimurje (1956). She spent her working years at the Croatian Conservation Institute in Zagreb (1941-1970). She was a full member of the Yugoslav Academy of Sciences and Art (since 1983).
Jure Kaštelan: Jure Kaštelan is above all an incredibly important poet, an author who demonstrated a particular lyrical sensibility and original imagination in all his works, while several collections of his poems marked key periods in Croatian literature. Jure Kaštelan’s work is synonymous with a free spirit and vital energy; it is a prolific outcome of authentic embeddedness in the deep layers of the Mediterranean atmosphere and regional lore, which also shows a mature openness towards the important heritage of modernist provocation and the European contemporaneity.
Vatroslav Lisinski: Through his worldview formed in the context of Romanticism and newly awoken national sentiments, this Croatian composer, born almost two centuries ago (Zagreb, 8 July 1819 – Zagreb, 31 May 1854), set the ground for a new and novel way of understanding music by considering the nation as an essential precondition.
Issue Date: 16.04.2019, Designer: Sabina Rešić, designer from Zagreb, Printer: AKD d.o.o., Zagreb, Process: Offset Printing, Colours: Multicolor, Size: 35.50 x 29.82 mm, Values: 3.10 HRK x 3