Dragutin Filipovic, "Czar Dusan", 1937
Dragomir Arambasic, "Defense", 1925
Vanja Radaus, "King Tomislav", 1937
Those are Tsar Dusan by D. Filipovic, King Tomislav by V. Radaus, Prince Kocelj by T. Kos and Karadjordje by F. Krsinic. The sculptures in the central hall, according to the planned concept, present the economic activities and are expressed by female figures with attributes pertaining to certain economic branches.
France Gorse, "Agriculture", 1937 and Petar Palavicini, "Handicraft", 1937
Toma Rosandic, "Black horses are playing", 1937-1938
Unlike them, the two dynamic compositions entitled Playful Black Horses, placed in front of the building in 1938, were ordered directly from Toma Rosandic, whose creative and educational work left a significant mark on both Serbian and Yugoslav plastic art.
The portraits, which testify to the lives of the individuals, but also to the historical periods they marked with their work, have an important place in the esthetic and political process of the artistic formation of the parliamentary edifice. The first in this collection was the portrait of King Petar I, which was reproduced in several pieces for all important state institutions in 1920.
Frano Krsinic, "Karadjordje", 1938
During the post-war period, as of 1947, the busts of Josic Broz Tito were created by A. Augustincic and B. Kalin, as well as the busts of the Chairmen of the Federal Parliament Mosa Pijade, Dr. Ivan Ribar, Milentije Popovic, Edvard Kardelj by A. Augustincic, B. Kalin, N. Jankovic and Z. Kalin.
The sculptures in the building of the National Assembly are the works of the most imminent authors from the territory of the former Yugoslavia. With regards to their artistic value, they are among the highest achievements in Yugoslav sculpture, especially sculpture in the period between the two World Wars. Regarding the designing concept, they make a harmonious and thoughtful entirety which reflects the historical, spiritual and material development of the state.
Rudolf Valdec, "King Petar I", 1904.
Toma Rosandic, "Nikola Pasic", 1937
Risto Stijovic, "King Aleksandar", 1937
Antun Augustincic, "Josip Broz Tito", 1947
10.00 - the National Assembly Speaker addresses the Sixth National Conference of the Women’s Parliamentary Network “Women Building the Future” (National Assembly House, 13 Nikola Pasic Square, Grand Hall)
10.30 - press conference of the keynote speakers of the Sixth National Conference of the Women’s Parliamentary Network “Women Building the Future” (National Assembly House, 13 Nikola Pasic Square, Central Hall)
11.00 - sitting of the Agriculture, Forestry and Water Management Committee (National Assembly House, 13 Nikola Pasic Square, hall 3)
11.20 - Sixth National Conference of the Women’s Parliamentary Network “Women Building the Future” (National Assembly House, 13 Nikola Pasic Square)
- exhibition “Art Waiting for Justice” (National Assembly House, 13 Nikola Pasic Square, Central Hall)