Igor Fisković, Croatian art historian and archaeologist, was born in Orebić on April 23, 1944. He graduated in 1868 from the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences in Zagreb and received his Doctorate in 1975 on the topic of Early Christian Architecture of Brač and Šolta. From 1970 until his retirement, he taught at the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Zagreb. Since 2004 he has been a full member of the CASA and head of the Department of Prints and Drawings. He is engaged in researching the artistic creation of the Croatian coast up to the 17th century. He publishes scientific studies, especially with themes in early Christian, medieval and Renaissance art (Juraj Dalmatinac u Anconi, Peristil, 27–28, 1984; Romaničko slikarstvo u Hrvatskoj, 1987; Dalmatinski prostori i stari majstori, 1990; Reljef renesansnog Dubrovnika, 1993; Reljef kralja Petra Krešimira IV., 2002). He is the organizer of exhibitions of synthesis significance (Tisuću godina hrvatske skulpture, 1991; Dominikanci u Hrvatskoj, 2008) and editor of journals and scientific proceedings. He received the National Lifetime Achievement Science Award in 2014.