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The Art and patronage of the family Dobřenský from Dobřenice in the Eastern Bohemia
Pospíchal, Jan ; Oulíková, Petra (advisor) ; Pučalík, Marek (referee)
This bachelor thesis deals with the sacral art and the patronage of the family of lower aristocracy, who later become a count family, Dobřenský of Dobřenice in the territory of present-day eastern Bohemia. It focuses not only on the formal analysis and description of larger or smaller sacral structures, but also on the fate of significant members of the Dobřenský family. The main attention is paid to the church of St. Kliment in Dobřenice, in particular to its interior decoration. In the next chapters, the work focuses on other monuments connected with the Dobřenský family in places that they managed in the past: Neděliště, Ouhrov or Uhelná Příbram, as well as works of applied art. Keywords: Dobřenský from Dobřenice, aristocracy, baroque, rococo, painting, sculpture, architecture, altar, diocese of Hradec Králové, Raab, Rohrbach, sv. Kliment, Dobřenice, Neděliště, Ouhrov, Uhelná Příbram, Východní Čechy, applies art, sacral structures.
Carlo Innocenzo Carlone and the painting decoration of the Clam-Gallas Palace in Prague
Ungrová, Eva ; Oulíková, Petra (advisor) ; Pučalík, Marek (referee)
The bachelor thesis deals mainly with the painting decoration of the Clam-Gallas palace in Husova street in Prague, painted by Carlo Innocenzo Carlone. Particular attention is paid to painting on the main staircase, the subject of which is Apollo's triumph. In the introductory chapters, we will learn about the history of the Clam-Gallas Palace and its buyers. In the next part I deal with the description of the building, whose decoration is connected with ancient mythology and which was made by Matyáš Bernard Braun or Santino Bossi. The main work is the iconological and iconographic analysis of the paintings by Carl Innocenzo Carlone and their inclusion in the wider European context.
Aspects of artistic training and patronage in Bohemia in the second half ot the 17th century. The case of Christian Schröder (1655-1702)
Fornasiero, Alice ; Zlatohlávek, Martin (advisor) ; Volrábová, Alena (referee) ; Oulíková, Petra (referee)
English The figure of Christian Schröder has been the pretext to address the attention to several problematic in the History of Modern Art in Bohemia. The issues are modelled on the evolution of the painter's career. Speaking about his beginnings at the service of Count Slavata, the function of Schröder as court painter has been discussed. The discover of archival documents concerning his study trip to Italy opens to the discussion on the artistic training in Italy as a phenomenon common to many painters from Bohemia. After his return in Prague, Schröder faced the choice to submit to the guild of painters or to get the post of Imperial painter which he finally obtained. Shortly after, he passed to the function of keeper of the Prague Castle picture gallery affirming himself as teacher of a group of students, among them Petr Brandl. Schröder's role as teacher is rethought on the light of the artistic situation of the last decade of the 17th century in Prague. The commission entrusted to Schröder by Gundakar Dietrichstein to paint forty-three copies after original paintings once located in the collections of the Prague Castle for the Libochovice estate has proved to be an help to affirm the passage of important original paintings through the picture gallery of Prague Castle and in few cases to...
Churche of the Assumption of the Virgin Mary in Stará Boleslav
Bábíčková, Jana ; Oulíková, Petra (advisor) ; Pučalík, Marek (referee)
Church of the Assumption of the Virgin Mary in Stará Boleslava This diploma thesis deal the pilgrimage church of the Assumption of the Virgin Mary in Stará Boleslav. The first part will mainly dedicate the church, which according to the literature replace today's baroque church, but by the Archaeological Survey apparently found another place. Followed by a description of the course of construction, its architectural analysis and a brief mention of zhe buildings that inspired the church. The biggest part will be devoted to interior decoration of the church and a detailed description of each part of the decoration. Next chapter closer to building cloisters, their paintings and other aquipment. Final chapter is devoted Palladium of Czech land, legends associated with him, its history and pilgramages, which took place in Stará Boleslav. Keywords church, Stará Boleslav, Palladium, baroque, Matyáš Bernard Braun, Škrétové, pilgrimages
Svatá Hora and Bohosudov in Baroque Graphic
Műllerová, Marie ; Oulíková, Petra (advisor) ; Štěrbová, Daniela (referee)
The main theme of this bachelor thesis is graphic depictions of Svatá Hora and Bohosudov, that were made in the 17th and 18th century. Administered by Society of Jesus, these Marian pilgrimage sites played its role during the huge recatholization after the Battle of White Mountain. Graphic depictions seem to be the signs of pilgrims devotion, as they worshiped miracle Madonna, objects of worship, and, simultaneously, very important part of Bohemia graphic printmaking. According to the vedutas, it is possible to watch the development of an architecture through the 17th and 18th century. The aim of the bachelor thesis is to collect graphic depictions mentioned above and make the catalog of them. Key words Baroque Graphic, pilgrimage, Society of Jesus, veduta, Svatá Hora near Příbram, Bohosudov near Krupka
The liturgical objects of the Church of Our Lady Victorious in Prague designed by Otmar Oliva
Pilařová, Kateřina ; Jarošová, Markéta (advisor) ; Oulíková, Petra (referee)
Anotace: Bakalářská práce se zabývá novodobým liturgickým vybavením v kostele Panny Marie Vítězné a sv. Antonína Paduánského na Malé Straně, které navrhl a zhotovil český akademický sochař Otmar Oliva. Ten pro karmelitský kostel vytvořil nový oltář, ambon, kříž, křtitelnici s kropenkou v jednom a další liturgické předměty, které byly završeny slavnostním obřadem svěcení dne 18. října 2015. Práce má za cíl představit sochaře Otmara Olivu a seznámit s jeho pracemi pro kostel Panny Marie Vítězné. Tato práce je zaměřena v kontextu se zajímavou historií kostela, která je rovněž spjatá s historií naší země. Část práce se věnuje údajům od založení luteránského kostela Nejsvětější Trojice, a kdy po jejich vypovězení po bitvě na Bílé Hoře získali stavbu bosí karmelitáni. Dále se zaměřuje na samotnou architekturu kostela, na jeho interiér a vnitřní vybavení.
Count František Josef Pachta in the role of the builder and architect. The architectonic transformation of the ancestral estates of František Josef Pachta in the late baroque period.
Chrástecká, Marie ; Štěrbová, Daniela (advisor) ; Oulíková, Petra (referee)
The thesis was named "Count František Josef Pachta in the role of the builder and architect. The architectonic transformation of the ancestral estates of František Josef Pachta in the late baroque period". Count František Josef Pachta was quite a notable person of Czech baroque and he held many significant political posts. Especially during the baroque period, members of Pachta family were involved in building activities at their ancestral residences, and František Josef Pachta was no exception. The thesis is primary focused on summarising Pachta's building activities and the architectural description of individual buildings such as for example mansion and church of St. Peter and Paul in Bezno, mansion Nový Falkenburg and Virgin Mary's Birth church in Jablonné v Podještědí or Pachta's townhouses in Prague. The thesis also deals with question, if count Pachta was also an "architect-dilettante", which in this case means a person, who deals with designing buildings even though he is not trained to do it. Keywords František Josef Pachta, architecture, baroque, Bezno, Jablonné v Podještědí, Pachta's townhouses in Prague
Garden of Dobříš castle and her decoration
Kocurová, Pavla ; Oulíková, Petra (advisor) ; Štěrbová, Daniela (referee)
My work will aim to castle garden in Dobříš, her decoration and history. Bigger attention will be given to person of sculpturer Ignác František Platzer, which workshop did the sculpture decoration in the garden.
Roman baroque building elements on St. Joseph church compared to other churches in Central Europe
Šipr, Dominik ; Štěrbová, Daniela (advisor) ; Oulíková, Petra (referee)
The master thesis "Roman baroque building elements on St. Joseph church compared to other churches in Central Europe" deals with Roman buildings features in the Carmelite nuns church of St. Joseph in the Lesser Town of Prague. It elucidates the main architectural theme, which is using the architectonic elements of the dome of St. Peter's basilica in the interior of the church of St. Joseph. The thesis sums facts about Abraham Paris - the most probable author of the ground plan. Apart from the detailed description St. Joseph church, the chapters devoted to architecture describe also some Roman churches which might have served as models for St. Joseph church. The thesis further mentions the influence of contemporary philosophical views on emerging baroque buildings in Rome and in Bohemia. The thesis also includes examples of using architectonic elements from famous Roman buildings understood as a way to communicate certain ideological intentions. Keywords Discalced Carmelite nuns, St. Joseph's church, baroque architecture in the Netherlands, Roman influence in Central Europe, oval ground plan

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