Bukovac House (Cavtat)
Bukovac’s childhood home is a typical urban house from the turn of the eighteenth century, a stone structure of two floors with a small garden on the side of the south façade and a spacious back garden on its north. Shortly after Bukovac’s death in 1922, his daughters transformed the atelier into an exhibition space open to visitors. In the middle of the 1960’s, the house was bought by the Yugoslavian Academy of Arts and Sciences. In 1976, it was ceded to what was then the municipality of Dubrovnik, which entrusted the administration of the Bukovac House to the Art Gallery of Dubrovnik.
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