Tripo Kokolja (1671 -1713)
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Tripo Kokolja was a Venetian painter born on the Bay of Kotor, in what is presently Montenegro. Kokolja received a number of commissions from churches to depict various biblical scenes. He worked in a Baroque style, depicting such subjects as the Virgin, angels, prophets, etc.
In addition to his religious paintings, Kokolja painted a number of landscapes of the Adriatic and still life paintings of flower baskets.
Kokolja spent his later years in Croatia, painting for Dominican churches on various islands.
While little is known regarding the details of Kokolja’s life, his paintings serve an historic role in 17th century Montenegrin art. A bust was created in his birth town of Perast.
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