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Wilhelm von Bode and the International Art Market: the Unpublished Correspondence with Rudolphe Kann and Joseph Duveen
Watrelot, Michaela ; Zlatohlávek, Martin (advisor) ; Winter, Petra (referee) ; Vlnas, Vít (referee)
Wilhelm von Bode and the International Art Market: the Unpublished Correspondence with Rudolphe Kann and Joseph Duveen This dissertation explores changing trends in the European and American art market in the late 19th and beginning of the 20th Centuries, in particular their influences, presented from the perspective of Wilhelm von Bode, renowned connoisseur and, at the time, director general of the Berlin Museums and explored predominantly through his relationship with the private collector Rudolphe Kann and art dealer Joseph Duveen. At the time, the collection of Rudolphe Kann was considered to be one of the most refined among the European private collections, yet it hasn't received much attention by contemporary scholars. This dissertation therefore offers the most systematic review of Kann's collection since 1907, the year when Bode compiled the revised catalogue. Wilhelm Bode was actively involved in building the Kann collection, as shown by the extensive numbers of private, previously unpublished, correspondence, which provided the foundation of this research. After the dealer Joseph Duveen bought the entire art collection of this prominent Parisian collector in the summer 1907 and subsequently sold almost all of the artworks to American collectors, the competitiveness of European private...
A Comparison of Vanitas Still Life in Italian, French and Dutch 17th Century Environment and Searching for Influences on Czech School
Pourová, Kristina ; Zlatohlávek, Martin (advisor) ; Jarošová, Markéta (referee)
My diploma thesis concerns itself with the depiction of the still life, in particular the type known as "vanitas", symbolizing the transience of human life. I focus on several artists working in Italy, France and Netherlands during the 17th century - Salvator Rosa, Simon Renard de Saint Andre, Jan Davidsz de Heem, and Nicolaes van Verendael - and explore their influence on the Czech artists Johann Adalbert Angermeyer, Jan Kaspar Hirschely, and Vaclav Vavrinec Reiner, who dealt with the same topic.
The architecture of Italian Chapel in Karlova street in Prague - and its influence on the development of Prague's sacral architecture
Mafková, Jana ; Zlatohlávek, Martin (advisor) ; Oulíková, Petra (referee)
This bachelor thesis deals with the topic of the Italian Chapel of the Assumption of Our Lady at Karlova street in Prague's Old Town. The prime focus is on the architecture of this object. The unique building stands thanks to group of Italian artists-craftmens, who were coming to Prague at the end of 16th century. The Italian Chapel is an example of progressive and dynamic manneristic Italian architecture, which has no analoques in the local enviroment. Apart from that, I am also trying to discover the identity of architect, which is not substantiated by the sources until these days and a possible impact on sacral architecture development of the upcoming century.
Monastic rules and muses. The Capuchin friars in the service of Art in early Baroque Bohemia
Bartůšková, Alice ; Zlatohlávek, Martin (advisor) ; Šroněk, Michal (referee) ; Royt, Jan (referee)
disertační práce v anglickém jazyce ALICE BARTŮŠKOVÁ MONASTIC RULES AND MUSES. THE CAPUCHIN FRIARS IN THE SERVICE OF THE ART IN EARLY BAROQUE BOHEMIA VEDOUCÍ PRÁCE: DOC. PHDR. MARTIN ZLATOHLÁVEK, PHD. Dissertation entitled Monastic rules and muses. The capuchin friars in the service of the art in early Baroque Bohemia set out for the purpose of research to the neglected theme of the Capuchin brothers - painters on the border between Mannerism and the Baroque era. This phenomenon in painting, which is not only characteristic for the order of the Capuchins, but also of other ecclesiastical orders, has never been more comprehensive. The Capuchin brother Paolo Piazza came to the Czech lands with first capuchin brothers; in his paintings he is inspired of the Venetian school of the 16th century. He was a versatile painter, he created not only painting on canvases, but also made wall paintings and his painting manuscript was not uniformly defined. Paolo Piazza worked in the capuchin monasteries in Prague and Brno during the reign of Rudolph II, for the emperor himself he created several artworks. Piazza's work has also been preserved in the engravings of the Sadeler family. Thanks to these engravings, several Piazza's compositions with a set iconographic type have spread to European fine arts. From the...
Mural paintings in the urban environment on the borderland between Bohemia and Moravia in 16th and beginning of 17th century
Hamrlová, Anna ; Zlatohlávek, Martin (advisor) ; Nespěšná Hamsíková, Magdaléna (referee) ; Halama, Ota (referee)
Mural paintings in the urban environment in 16th and beginning of 17th century has been rather an ignored topic, however its artistic interpretation and iconographic concept says a lot about the life of residents during Renaissance. The art phenomenon in this work was studied on the borderland between Bohemia and Moravia, currently the place of Havlíčkův Brod, Pelhřimov and Jihlava districts. At the same time, this division facilitated systematic research and listing of surviving paintings. First, the study focuses on the summary of a colourful historical situation in the given place and religious affairs related in particular, but not only to the New Utraquism and Lutheranism which followed up local Utraquist foundations from the Hussite Era. One of the aims of the work is to study the relationship between religion and artistic or iconographic interpretation of paintings. Selected artistic sources related in particular to the graphic works of that time play also important role. This is why other chapters are dedicated to the study of the theory of art of mural paintings, urban houses abroad and in the concerned location, study of sacral interiors within the context of the Saxon environment, and the last chapter deals with the thematic and iconographic study of collected paintings. The results...
Illustration of the inferno in selected masterpieces by Dutch painters of 15. and 16. Century
Danihelková, Tereza ; Jarošová, Markéta (advisor) ; Zlatohlávek, Martin (referee)
This diploma thesis is focused on presenting selected artwork with the theme of Hell, which were made in 15. and 16. century. The focus will be on placing this artworks into whole artworks of selected painters. Also to compare it between each other and try to prove how was the tradition of this theme affected by political situation, customer and how was it affected by literature.
Bartholomeus Sparanger in Italy
Telnarová, Veronika ; Zlatohlávek, Martin (advisor) ; Jarošová, Markéta (referee)
The thesis is focused on the Italian period of Bartholomeus Spranger's life, on his artistic development during that time and on the artworks that he created there. Italy of the second half of the 16th century became Spranger's home for ten years. As well as many other artists Spranger set out for a journey to get to know the greatest Italian masterpieces and primarily to gain new and valuable experience. The first opportunity to work waited for him in Parma, but without any doubt, the most important sojourn for him was Rome. Not only did he have the possibility to be inspired by all the masterpieces and masters themselves, but he also had the opportunity to work for the patrons such as cardinal Alessandro Farnese and the pope Pius V. To the imperial court in Vienna, and then Prague, he came as an experienced artist and the Italian sojourn certainly played major role in it. This topic has not been comprehensively complied in the Czech language so far.
The Influence of the Ancient art on Renaissance Sculptors in the 2nd half of 15th - 1st half of 16th Century
Nováková, Tatiana ; Jarošová, Markéta (advisor) ; Zlatohlávek, Martin (referee)
The Bachelor thesis called The influence of the ancient art on Renaissance sculptors in the 2nd half of 15th - 1st half of 16th century focuses on the comparison of ancient works with renaissance works in that period. It aims to compare possible themes and ideas of ancient figures that sculptors at that time could use as patterns for their work. Central attention will be given to these sculptors: Donatello, Tullio Lombardo, Michelangelo Buonarroti, Pierino da Vinci and Benvenuto Cellini. In my work, we also look at mythological scenes from a viewpoint of confrontation with the statue. The next aim is the introduction into historical and political context, that had a significant impact on the evolution of the art scene.
The naked figures in Hieronymus Bosch's artworks and their forms
Hotovcová, Tereza ; Jarošová, Markéta (advisor) ; Zlatohlávek, Martin (referee)
This bachelor's thesis "The naked figures in Hieronymus Bosch's artwork and their forms" deals with the way, how Hieronymus Bosch displayed naked figures in his artwork and futhermore is focused on possible inspiration sources. The most famous research studies, which are mentioned by Dino Buzzati in his book from 1992, are taken into account as well. Bigger sized pieces of art were chosen for the description, for an example The Garden of Earthly Delights, The Haywain Triptych and Vision of the Hereafter. The thesis contains not only period records about the author, but also the description of the medieval society and its attitude towards naked figures. Last but not least, historical circumstances having affected the Artist's creation are also mentioned. In the end the most famous followers of Hieronymus Bosch are named, who were inspirated and affected by his artwork. Keywords Bosch, hell, paradise, garden, naked figures, sin,
Image of Venus in Renaissance Art under the Influence of Ancient Art
Hloušková, Markéta ; Jarošová, Markéta (advisor) ; Zlatohlávek, Martin (referee)
The bachelor thesis focuses on the various representations of the mythological Goddess Venus in the Italian Renaissance art. In the introduction of the work, the ancient art and its influence on the Renaissance art will be analyzed. Further, the importance of Greek and Roman mythology and the origin of the myth of the Goddess Venus would be explained. The key point of the work is the masterpiece by Sandro Botticelli - "The Birth of Venus", which will be analyzed from historical and formal perspective. The aim of this thesis is to map out Renaissance artworks in which this subject is reflected. Keywords Ancient art, Italy, Mythology, Neoplatonism, Renaissance, Renaissance art, Sandro Botticelli, Venus, The Birth of Venus, The ideal of Woman

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