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Pochopit vteřinu. Prožívání času v české kultuře 19. století
Hrdina, Martin ; Piorecká, Kateřina ; Bendová, E.
Tématem plzeňského sympozia pro rok 2018 je čas – jeho význam pro člověka a společnost dlouhého 19. století. Modernizační procesy, jimiž se toto historické období vyznačuje, vedly k potlačení cyklického vnímání času ve prospěch linearity. Čas a jeho reflexe se z mysli filozofů a vědců přesunuly do každodenního života většiny lidí. Sympozium se těmto tématům věnovalo na základě otázek, které jsou v současnosti aktuální pro výzkum této problematiky z hlediska humanitních a sociálních věd.
Dana Jandová - The Graphic Art
Kotočová, Lujza ; Pech, Milan (advisor) ; Bendová, Eva (referee)
The core part of the thesis is devoted to the lifework of a Czech artist Dana Jandová (1930-2014) with an emphasis on the graphic production, which came close to outweighing her activity in painting during the first decade of her career. By analyzing the themes that engaged Jandova's attention, the main aim of the author is to trace the development and the chronology of her stylistically varied oeuvre. In doing so, the intent of the work is to evaluate the artist's graphic production in its broader cultural and historical context. The thesis is accompanied by the summary catalogue of prints listed in thematic order.
Josef Wenig's artworks from the Museum of Decorative Arts in Prague
Wittlichová, Theodora ; Pech, Milan (advisor) ; Bendová, Eva (referee)
This bachelors thesis deals with the life and work of a Czech painter Josef Wenig, who made his artistic awarness primaraly as a theater artist and illustrator. The focus of this thesis is a set of Wenig's drawing designs and graphic realization held in the collections of Museum of Decorative Arts in Prague. Outside of his key sphere, Josef Wenig, as a versatile artist, also dedicated his work for instance to advertising graphics, designing postcards or Ex libris. Powered by TCPDF (www.tcpdf.org)
Intimate relationships between healthcare workers in a particular healthcare services provider
Bendová, Eva ; Mellanová, Alena (advisor) ; Vaňková, Milena (referee)
This thesis is focused on the formation and presence of the intimate relationships between healthcare workers from nurses' point of view. The aim is to find out if those intimate relationships are developing on the nurses' workplaces and which factors can influence their origin as well as to find out if the presence of this relationship between a doctor and a nurse can affect the quality of collaboration among themselves but also with the other workers in the workplace. The theoretical part is dedicated to important socialization factors of the individual in society. It's focused on a position and function of the individual in a group, formal and informal relationships, family and it's function and types, on a married life and on risk factors of a family environment. The integral part is a description of the profession of a doctor and a nurse with their roles, team cooperation and professional relationship, but also a description of the doctor's and nurse's relationship like man's and woman's with potential intimate relationship. The empirical part is processed as a quantitative research. Data were obtained by non- standardized anonymous questionnaire and the research sample consisted of 177 respondents. According to current nurses' workplaces the intimate relationships between doctors and nurses...
Ferdinand Engelmüller 1867-1924
Obrazová, Martina ; Pech, Milan (advisor) ; Bendová, Eva (referee)
Ferdinand Engelmüller 1867-1924 The subject of this thesis is monographic description of life and work of the painter Ferdinand Engelmüller. The author of this work focuses on cultural and historical context of the era at turn of the 20th century, in which she includes development of the landscape painting art and landscape painting school of Julius Mařák. Major part of this thesis is dealing with life, work and pedagogical activities of Engelmüller. It is subdivided into three stages defined by the important and breakthrough events of the painter's life and career. The work is largely based on the study of archival documents and written documents of Ferdinand Engelmüller. Thesis also includes list of works of Ferdinand Engelmüller introducing the works that are located in Czech public collections within local museums and galleries. Keywords Ferdinand Engelmüller, Julius Mařák's School, Czech Landscape Painting, Ferdinand Engellmüller Private School
Landscape motive in the work of Alfred Justitz
Stárková, Anna ; Pech, Milan (advisor) ; Bendová, Eva (referee)
Landscape motive in the work of Alfred Justitz The object of observation of the thesis Landscape motive in the work of Alfred Justitz is the landscape motive in Alfred Justitz's paintings and drawings. It introduces the personality of Alfred Justitz (1879˗1934), a member of the former generation of the Czechoslovakian modern art. Through the motive of landscape, which is present in almost all periods of his creative life, it brings out his artistic ideals regarding life and art in a broad historical and cultural context. Based on sources and textbooks it chronologically divides Justitz's work in four stages, that feature some common things and sources of inspiration. The purpose of the thesis is to introduce Alfred Justitz as an important landscape painter within Czech avantgarde circle.
Café Architecture - The Café Space in Studies and Realizations of Architecture in first half of the 20 th Century
Bendová, Eva ; Švácha, Rostislav (advisor) ; Wittlich, Petr (referee) ; Prahl, Roman (referee)
The dissertation under the title "Café Architecture. The Café Space in Studies and Realizations of Architecture in first half of the 20th Century" deals with the question of the meaning and form of the café institution in modern times, from 18th century, especially in the years 1898-1939. The emphasis is placed on the Prague environment, but we cannot seal ourselves off from the inter-disciplinary or geographic overlap in the case of significant examples outside of the Prague environment, especially in European capitals (Vienna, Berlin, Paris). The café space as an architectural structure and phenomenon related to the modern urban society must be viewed from many different angles. To understand what is happening in the cafe and to realize the importance of social events, we reconstruct historical fact: we observe the topography of cafés, its visitors and its founders, but especially specific experience moments from cafes. This work attempts to capture what phenomena of modernity is mainly related to the café, how it is characterized by the artists and architects themselves and how they in turn determine café space. I divide the work into two basic sections therefore. Cultural-historical study summarizes thinking about the institution of café and watches its specifics as a typical space of modernity that...
Volcanoes, explosions and lava in modern Czech art
Bendová, E. ; Machalíková, Pavla ; Winter, Tomáš
The paper analyses the meanings behind the depiction of volcanic eruptions in modern Czech art of the 19th century and the first half of the 20th century, particularly in drawings and paintings by Josef Führich, Václav Mánes and Jindřich Štyrský.
Two men with glory. Egon Schiele and Friedensreich Hundertwasser - complicated relationship of Austrian solitaires
Prokopová, Dominika ; Pech, Milan (advisor) ; Bendová, Eva (referee)
This Bachelor thesis deals with a special relationship between two Austrian artistic personalities, expressive painter Egon Schiele (1890-1918) and provocative painter-architect Friedensreich Hundertwasser (1928-2000). In a view of Schiele's early death was this relationship indeed one- sided, but Hundertwasser's infinite adoration of Schiele, intercepted among others in manifesto Ich liebe Schiele, helped to detect similarities in life destinies and creative inventions of both painters. Goal of this paper is to present these similarities and introduce the artistic and theoretical work of Friedensreich Hundertwasser, which is quite unknown in Czech atmosphere.
Comparison of progress and several specific masterpieces of Oscar Kokoschka`s Prague exile period and Max Beckmann`s Amsterdam exile period
Bišof, Petr ; Pech, Milan (advisor) ; Bendová, Eva (referee)
The work deals with Prague exile period of Oscar Kokoschka and Amsterdam exile period of Max Beckmann. Right these two artists were choosen for the reason, that both were representatives of expressionistic style, they belonged to same generation (Beckmann born in 1884, Kokoschka 1886) and both were affected by the similar social-political influences (from the work point of view is the most important influence the political oppression of the third decade). The main part of this work deals with a question, how the life in exile, as well as repression and intimidation from the nazi regime, changed artisctic progress of both artists, whereas the author tries to describe these changes in three features of art - in self-portrait, landscape-painting and allegoric paintings. In the scope of these areas he tries to compare how did these two artists react to the same influences outside art (for example politicized exhibition "Entartete Kunst"), how did they see themselves in this dramatic era, and to show this at specific pieces of art.

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