Milica Milić Milivojević. Born on 29.3.1889 in Jagodina, Serbia. Daughter of the general of the Serbian and later divisional general of the Yugoslav army, Ljubomir Milić (1861—1949). After graduating from high school in Belgrade, she studied painting at the Art Academies in Munich (1906 to 1911), and then, until 1914, in Paris. During the World War One, she was all the time in France. Upon her return to her homeland, she was appointed a drawing teacher at the high school in Ohrid, and from 1924 in Belgrade. In the beginning, Milivojević. mostly painted portraits, and in later she has devoted herself especially to landscapes, from South Serbia. As a member of Lada, she participates in the exhibitions of that association, and she also participated in the 5th Yugoslav Exhibition in Belgrade.
Gratitude to Mr. Sinisha Mitevski for discovery of this painter and providing me a photo of a painting of Milica Milovanović in Ohrid.