Katarina Ivanović (1817 – 1882), Serbian painter, who lived mainly in Hungary. Katarina Ivanović, born in Veszprém in Hungary to a middle-class family, and grew up in Székesfehérvár. After studying in Budapest, she worked in Belgrade from 1846 to 1847. In 1876 she was a member of the Society of Teachers of Serbia, where she was the first female academic. She painted primarily still lifes and portraits. Ivanović returned and died in Székesfehérvár in 1882.
adežda Petrović, Anđa pod jabukom (Anđa under the apple tree) 1907 - 1908 [ Nadežda Petrović is considered the most important Serbian female painter from the late and early century. She was also known as Serbia’s most famous Impressionist and Fauvist.