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Seoba Srba (English: Migration of the Serbs) is a set of four similar oil paintings by the Serbian artist Paja Jovanović that depict Serbs, led by Archbishop Arsenije III, fleeing Old Serbia during the Great Serb Migration of 1690–91. The first was commissioned in 1895 by Georgije Branković, the Patriarch of Karlovci, to be displayed at the following year's Budapest Millennium Exhibition. In the view of the Serbian clergy, it would serve to legitimize Serb claims to religious autonomy and partial self-administration in Austria-Hungary by upholding the contention that Serbs left their homeland at the behest of the Holy Roman Emperor to protect the Habsburg Monarchy's borders.

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  • Migration of the Serbs (painting)
  • Migración de los serbios
  • Переселение сербов (картина)
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  • «Переселение сербов» (также «Миграция сербов», серб. Сеобе Срба) — монументальная историческая композиция и несколько ее вариаций и копий сербского художника Пая Йовановича, изображающих Великое переселение сербов в конце XVII века.
  • Migración de los serbios bajo el patriarca Arsenio III Čarnojević (en serbio, Seoba Srba pod patriarhom Arsenijem III Crnojevićem) o simplemente Migración de los serbios (Seoba Srba) es el nombre dado a cuatro óleos similares del artista Paja Jovanović. En ellos, el pintor retrata a los serbios, guiados por el arzobispo , durante su huida de la en el marco de la gran migración de 1690-91. El primero fue un encargo del patriarca de Karlovci , en 1895, con el propósito de ser mostrado al año siguiente en la Exhibición del Milenio de Budapest. A los ojos del clero serbio, la pintura tenía el propósito de apoyar la afirmación de que los serbios dejaron su tierra natal a instancias del emperador del Sacro Imperio Romano Germánico a fin de proteger las fronteras de la Monarquía Habsburgo; afirm
  • Seoba Srba (English: Migration of the Serbs) is a set of four similar oil paintings by the Serbian artist Paja Jovanović that depict Serbs, led by Archbishop Arsenije III, fleeing Old Serbia during the Great Serb Migration of 1690–91. The first was commissioned in 1895 by Georgije Branković, the Patriarch of Karlovci, to be displayed at the following year's Budapest Millennium Exhibition. In the view of the Serbian clergy, it would serve to legitimize Serb claims to religious autonomy and partial self-administration in Austria-Hungary by upholding the contention that Serbs left their homeland at the behest of the Holy Roman Emperor to protect the Habsburg Monarchy's borders.
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