Photographer's Note

Kraljeva crkva u Studenici je posvećena svetim Joakimu i Ani, a podigao ju je kralj Milutin (12821321) 1314. godine. Napravljena je u srpsko-vizantijskom stilu i ubraja se među najlepe spomenike tog stila, dok se njen ivopis iz dvadesetih godina XIV veka smatra jednim od najviih dometa Renesanse Paleologa među srpskim manastirima i vrhunac stvaralatva dvorskih slikara kralja Milutina, Mihajla i Evtihija (radili su ivopis Bogorodice Ljevike, Gračanice, Starog Nagoričina, iče, Bogorodice Perivlepte u Ohridu i drugih). Podignuta je od belog mermera i ukraena po uzoru na glavnu manastirsku crkvu posvećenu Bogorodici.
Jubilej sedam vekova Kraljeve crkve u Studenici svečano je proslavljen naučnim skupom u maju 2014. godine, a 2016. je izaao zbornik radova sa tog skupa.

The Royal Church in Studenica is dedicated to St. Joakim and Ani, and it was built by King Milutin (1282-1321) in 1314. It was made in the Serbian-Byzantine style and is considered one of the most beautiful monuments of this style, while its painting from the 1920s is considered one of the highest ranges of the Renaissance Paleologist among the Serbian monasteries and the peak of the creation of court painters of King Milutin, Mihail and Evtihi The Virgin of Ljeviska, Gracanica, the Old Nagoric, iče, the Virgin Perivlepte in Ohrid and others). It is made of white marble and decorated on the model of the main monastery church dedicated to the Mother of God.
The jubilee of the seven centuries of the Royal Church in Studenica was officially celebrated by a scientific gathering in May 2014, and in 2016 a collection of papers from that meeting was published.

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