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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
Karel Skreta and his place in the Czech baroque graphics
Faltysová, Vítězslava ; Pučalík, Marek (advisor) ; Zlatohlávek, Martin (referee)
The main subject of my thesis is a less known, however, quite comprehensive, field of Skreta's work - his engravings, produced according to his drawing concepts. In the first chapters I will introduce the baroque, Bohemian graphic art, its main personalities and the forms of creation. Furthermore, I will also specify the art forms in this specific field outside of the Lands of the Bohemian Crown with a particular emphasis on German geopolitical region. Based on this context, I will pay a detailed attention to a quite neglected, although highly inventive work of the famous painter Karel Skreta. Besides Karel Skreta, I will provide an analysis of the work of Martin Antonin Lublinsky, who was the most acknowledged inventor in the Moravian realm, and whose reputation in this area can not be marginalized by any means. Keywords Screta, baroque, graphics, Czech graphics
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...
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
The picture of David Hoyer from Jan Kupecký at Leipzig
Vopařilová, Magdaléna ; Zlatohlávek, Martin (advisor) ; Pučalík, Marek (referee)
The thesis focuses on portrait on painting of David Hoyer from baroque artist Jan Kupecky that is placed in Museum der bildenden Künste in Leipzig. Firstly, I will deal with life and work of the author Jan Kupecky. The main focus will be dedicated to the painting from 1711 which depicts Saxon painter David Hoyer with lyra. I will try to unveil more information about life of the depicted man, consequently, I will concentrate on the actual type of portaval style and mention other significant work of the same nature made by the author prior 1711. This actual painting example will allow me to show how the portrait creation was forming not only in life of Jan Kupecky but also in context of whole Europe.
Inmortale quod opto. Iconographic analysis of chosen medals of Antonio Abandio
Hončová, Adéla ; Zlatohlávek, Martin (advisor) ; Nespěšná Hamsíková, Magdaléna (referee)
This thesis focuses primarily on the iconographic analysis of ten medals made by Antonio Abondio, a court medallist at the court of Emperor Maximilian II and his son Rudolf II. The introductory part of the thesis dedicated to the biography of Antonio Abondio is followed by a short outline of the development of art medals production in Italy and in Central Europe and of the factors which had an impact on Abondio's work. The core of my study is an actual analysis of some selected pieces made on commission for prominent individuals of the said period. A particular emphasis is put on the images found on the reverse side of the medals and on theirs paradigm detecting.
Landscapers and still life painters forming the court of Rudolph II. Their work selected and the attempted comparison.
Prátová, Tereza ; Zlatohlávek, Martin (advisor) ; Nespěšná Hamsíková, Magdaléna (referee)
In my Bachelor thesis, Landscape painters and still-life painters in the courtyard of Rudolf II. Their selected works and an attempt to compare each other will outline the general interest of Emperor Rudolf II. Landscape Painting and Still Life. He is then introduced to life and the creation of artists. Selected artists' works will be described and described. In the next chapter I will try to compare the work of the chosen painters. Keywords: landscape painting, still-life, The court of Rudolf II., 16 and 17 century, Hans Hoffmann, Joris Hoefnagel, Paulus van Vianen, Pieter Stevens, Roelandt Savery

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