In the writings of Djordje Tabaković, the most important fine arts chronologist of the city during the mid-20th century, the Armenian Church has also found its place. On his iconic cityscapes, made with various fine art techniques, the temple was shown four times. From almost the same angle as Šerban two decades earlier, and with architectural precision, Tabakovic 1948 painted the church and parish center and two-storey houses that existed in the former Tsar Lazar Street. Image is part of the exhibition "Armenian Church in Novi Sad - deleted heritage," the authors Ljiljana Lazic, art historians and museum counselor.
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