Nada 1902"Nada", namijenjen pouci, zabavi i umjetnosti, književni je časopis koji je izlazio u Sarajevu, dva puta mjesečno na latiničnom i ćiriličnom pismu. Časopis je pokrenuo Kosta Hörmann, austrougarski vladin povjerenik za Sarajevo, koji je bio ujedno i glavni urednik izdanja. Časopis je izdavala Zemaljska vlada Bosne i Hercegovine, a izlazio je u periodu od 1895. do 1903. godine.

Posebnu vrijednost Nade predstavljali su likovni prilozi slikara Zemaljske vlade i Sarajevskog slikarskog kluba: E.A. Čeplina, Lea Arndta, Maximiliana Liebenweina, Ivane Kobilce, K.Leibschera, L.Kube i drugi.Nada VreloKomadinovo

Sa kvalitetom svojih literarnih i likovnih priloga predstavljao je jedan od najboljih tadašnjih časopisa u Bosni i Hercegovini.

Water, karst and man on the journal “Nada” (1895-1903)

"Hope", a magazine intended for art, fun and instruction, is a literary magazine that used to be published in Sarajevo twice a month in Latin and Cyrillic letters. It was initiated by Kosta Hörmann an Austro-Hungarian government commissioner for Sarajevo, who was at the same time an editor. The magazine was issued by Zemaljska vlada (government) of Bosnia and Herzegovina, and it was publishing in the period from 1895 to 1903.NadaIzlet na Prenj

Often articles were published regarding certain natural sights supported by old photographs and amazing illustrations.

Special values of “Hope” were presented in artistic contributions by the painters of Zemaljska vlada and Sarajevo painter’s club such as: E.A. Čeplin, Lea Arndt, Maximilian Liebenwein, Ivana Kobilca, K.Leibscher, L.Kuba and others.

With a quality of its literal and artistic articles it was one of the best magazine in Bosnia and Herzegovina in that period.

 

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