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Following old master drawings within the collections of selected Czech collectors
Babická, Lenka ; Zlatohlávek, Martin (advisor) ; Jarošová, Markéta (referee)
Following old master drawings within the collections of selected Czech collectors Abstract This thesis is a contribution to the history of collecting in Bohemia. It deals with the collecting of drawings and tracks them within the selected collections and collectors. It focuses primarily on the old master drawings, defined as works from the 16th to the 18th century. Within the issue of collecting the attention is, even when studying specific personalities, often paid to the picture galleries rather than the print collections. Due to its fragile nature, drawing tends to fit into the background and, if it does not form the main part of the collection, is not reflected. Many of the collections and collectors have come to attention lately, but many still await their appreciation and introduction into new contexts. Keywords Collecting, collector, drawing, Old Master Drawings, Bohemia, provenance, Prokop Toman, Rudolf Kuchynka, Vincenc Kramář, Jan Krčmář, Frits Lugt
Carthusians in Spiš region
Kubičková, Kristína ; Foltýn, Dušan (advisor) ; Jarošová, Markéta (referee)
The topic of this bachelor thesis includes the activity of the religious order of Carthusians in region Spiš from the half of the 14th till the half of the 16th century. The first chartreuse originated in so called Lapis Refugii, placed high in mountain in the middle of Slovak Paradise. The filial convention Lechnický, in the valley of Saint Anthon (cartusia in Lechnicz de Valle S. Antonii) in Zamagurie near to the river called Dunajec originated from this monastery. The arrival of Camaldolese caused, that the monastery is now known as The Red Monestary (Claustrum Rubrum). The main aim of this bachelor thesis is to clarify the historical and architectural development charterhouses. First Carthusians came to Spiš from Slovenian Žiče, the part of this study is focused on chartreuse too. The brief overview of central-european chartreuses and the history of Hornonemecká province is also included in this bachelor thesis. Both The Rock of Asylum and The Church of Saint John the Baptist are preserved ruins hence the importance is placed on the archeological exploration - in the locality of Kláštorisko. The development, which was a lot more richer in building and in history is sustained in the Red Monastery, with the Church of Saint Anthony the Anchorite. A big part of this bachelor thesis is focused on...
The significance of animal tableaus in the Hare chamber at Bučovice Castle
Bakešová, Lucie ; Nespěšná Hamsíková, Magdaléna (advisor) ; Jarošová, Markéta (referee)
In the Bachelor's thesis, I deal with the significance of the hare's theme in the compositions of the so-called reversed world. The focal point of this thesis is the decoration of Hare chamber at Bučovice Castle, which will be set in a wider cultural context. The thesis focuses on the iconography of the hare theme in general, as well as on the occurrence and significance of the hare's depiction in the European environment. General parts of the thesis lay the basis for a deeper interpretation of the theme of the reversed world in Hare chamber in Bučovice. The themes of the reversed world, of various animal species in human roles, have a rich tradition, they appear in the edges of medieval illuminated manuscripts, in the late Renaissance graphic arts, and this tradition continues without interruption to the present day. This type of depiction could have satirical or moral significance, but its function could be just to entertain spectators. The Hare chamber is one of the five representative rooms of Bučovice Castle with a rich plastic decoration in good condition and paintings from the third quarter of the 16th century, showing the hare in human roles. These are themes that create a closed cycle of "hunted hunts the hunters" tableaus. Why this theme was the subject of Hare chamber, I will try to answer by a...
Protestant St. Salvator Church in Prague in a period context
Kabelová, Patricie Vivienne ; Nespěšná Hamsíková, Magdaléna (advisor) ; Jarošová, Markéta (referee)
Thesis focuses on monographic elaboration of protestant church of Saint Salvator located in the Old Town of Prague and its wider context. Thesis firstly works with historical context of church foundation in the beginning of century. This chapter contains not only the situation between the Habsburgs and the protestants, but also the reflection of protestants liturgy on sacred space. Thesis continues with the historical development of the church since its foundation in 1611 until today. Additionally is a detailed description of the interior and exterior of the church created, including description of very little preserved rare interior paintings. The closing chapter compares the architectural elements of the church of St. Salvator with another contemporary building
Typology of tomb sculptures in the 16th century
Vrbová, Martina ; Nespěšná Hamsíková, Magdaléna (advisor) ; Jarošová, Markéta (referee)
This Bachelor thesis deals with Renaissance tomb sculpture in Czech lands. The thesis first describes types of Renaissance tomb sculptures and mentions symbols and motifs frequently used in that period as well as manners of figures depicted. These findings are summed up using particular examples of the aristocratic sculpture of the House of Lobkowicz and Pernštejn. Each selected tombstone and epitaph is described and set in the context, while attention is also paid to the history of the church where the sculpture is situated and the family buried. At the end, tombstones of the two houses are compared and set in their historical context.
Concept of Female Beauty and Ugliness in Renaissance
Filipová, Terezie ; Nespěšná Hamsíková, Magdaléna (advisor) ; Jarošová, Markéta (referee)
"There is no excellent beauty, that hath not some strangeness in the proportion." Francis Bacon Female beauty defines not only physical attractiveness, but also ˗ to a greater extent than male beauty - social status. Ugliness has, on the other hand, been mocked, condemned, and even attributed to diabolical forces. Art bears witness to this. While beauty abides by the laws of proportionality, as is clear from the depictions of Venus, the ugliness of debauched old women attempts to awaken the viewer's moral sense. In this work, aesthetic analysis of selected representative works is set within their cultural, social and religious context. Keywords female, beauty, ugliness, renaissance
Forms of Patronage in Czech Environment
Vrbová, Kristýna ; Czumalo, Vladimír (advisor) ; Jarošová, Markéta (referee)
The author of this diploma thesis will conduct an interdisciplinary synthesis about signficance of patronage in history of Czech art. The core of the thesis will be an analysis of the chosen phenomenon through four case studies dedicated to selected personalities, who represent different eras and different forms of patronage: Josef Hlávka, Václav Špaček ze Starburgu, August Švagrovský and Pavel Vašíček. Main chapters will prepare critical evaluation of existing literature as well as general exposition of the subject of the thesis. Case studies will be genereallised and sumarized in the final chapter, which will define specifics of patronage in Czech environment. Picture attachment will be a part of the thesis. Keywords patron, patronage, Josef Hlávka, August Švagrovský, Václav Špaček ze Starburgu, Pavel Vašíček
The Development of the Roof Structures from Antiquity to the 20th Century
Urych, Jan ; Jarošová, Markéta (advisor) ; Czumalo, Vladimír (referee)
This diploma thesis deals with the historical development of roof structures and materials used in their construction. The development in time can be delimited from the antique Rome and Greek up to the introduction of modern reinforced concrete structures in the twentieth century. The paper focuses not only on the roof structures and their types, but also on the appropriate roofing. In addition, it highlights the advantages or disadvantages of the individual types of structures, their elements and other relevant things. It is also devoted to the typology of the materials, their development and correct processing. The main aim of this work is to summarize the information and to outline the development from the earliest times up to the present.
Paintings of Hendrick van Balen in collections of Czech Lands. Inspiration for van Balen's figural compositions and his influens for next artistic generations.
Nerudová, Magdalena ; Zlatohlávek, Martin (advisor) ; Jarošová, Markéta (referee)
Obrazy Hendricka van Balena ve sbírkách zemí českých. Inspirace pro van Balenovy figurální kompozice a jejich vliv na další umělecké generace. Abstract The diploma thesis fucuses on the paintings by Hendrick van Balen (1575-1632), which are found in Czech collections. The main point of this thesis is a figurative stint in cabinet painting, which was the domain of the Antwerp painter Hendrick van Balen. there will be also hightlighted Hendrick van Balen's collaboration with Jan Brueghel Older, who became a part of his work as the author of still life and nature in Balen's paintings. On specific works from the Czech collections will by pointed out the possible inspiration in the figures of rudolfinian masters Hans von Aachen and Josef Heintz and parallels in their work, and the influence on the cabinet painting of the 18th century painters, Johan Georg Platzer (1704-1761) and his follower Franz Christophr Jannecka (1703-1761). Keywords Hendrick van Balen, inspiration, Hans von Aachen, Josef Heintz, Johan George Platzer, Franz Christoph Janneck, cabinet painting, mythology, collections in Czech Lands, Jan Brueghel the Older, Jan Brueghel the Younger
Castle Kašpark. Rediscovery of the Pearl of Šumava
Hraničková, Dagmar ; Čechura, Jaroslav (advisor) ; Jarošová, Markéta (referee)
The aim of this work is to outline the history of Kašperk castle, one of numerous structures founded by Charles IV. I was working there as a guide and I found out we do not know much about modern history of Kašperk. Due to the fact that Kašperk was left behind and forgotten for almost 400 years it is now in ruin. I am going to assemble various forms of information about what was happening there during the period of time when it was not considered a historic monument. Additionally, my research focuses on what made people take interest in medieval castles, especially in literature. I will primarily focus on modern history circa 17th century but will also include some medieval history of Kašperk as it is integral to understanding the conception of this castle's place in history.

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