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Winter landscape painting in the works of the selected Northern European painters between 1560-1660
Květ, Přemysl ; Jarošová, Markéta (advisor) ; Kotková, Olga (referee)
The diploma thesis is focused on the analysis of selected works of the winter landscape painting of the Norther European painters . Structurally, the work is conducted in such a way that it first introduces the evolution of landscape painting in the Northern Europe from 14.-16. century. In this context, three selected works are analyzed, whose scenes are set in the winter landscape. The cultural-historical context of the 16th-17th centuries is then outlined to familiarize with the circumstances of the time. century in the Netherlands. Then lives and works of the painters presented are briefly mentioned. The core of the thesis is the formal and iconographic analysis of selected works, especially from the workshop of the Brueghel's family and their followers. The landscape paintings with an impressive atmosphere are analyzed, observed are also habits and traditions of the ordinary inhabitants of the villages or towns whit is represented on the pictures. The attention of interest are also biblical scenes connected with the Nativity of Chist or folk celebrations of Christian feats during the winter. The purpose of this work is to reflect the importance of winter landscape with reference to the life of a common inhabitants taking into account the socio-historical context of the Netherlands 16th-17th...
The Winter in the Genre Painting of the Norther European Painters of the 16th and 17th Centuries
Květ, Přemysl ; Jarošová, Markéta (advisor) ; Nespěšná Hamsíková, Magdaléna (referee)
The master thesis called Winter in genre painting of the Northern European region in the 16th and 17th-century focuses with the theme of winter period performed on the works of selected artists from Northern Europe. It deals not only with her impressive atmosphere but mainly observes the habits and traditions of the ordinary inhabitants of the villages or towns what is represented on the pictures. The attention of interest is also biblical scenes connected with the Nativity of Christ or folk celebrations of Christian feats during the winter. On selected themes can further explore the forms of winter pleasures of ordinary people or hunting. The purpose of this work is to reflect the importance of winter landscape with reference to the life of a common inhabitants taking into account the socio-historical context of the Netherlands 16th - 17th century. Keywords: genre painting, Renaissance, baroque, Northern Europe, winter, habits, tradition, meeting, sport, carnival, celebrations, ice skating, landscape, hunting, holidays
"...Zeus… of Iscariot" Transformations of concepts and depictions of classical mythology throughout art's history and it's transfer to new generations.
Šik, Jiří ; Čech, Viktor (advisor) ; Bláha, Jaroslav (referee)
In my thesis I focus on classical Greek mythology and its origins and meaning in the life of an individual. The thesis deals with its interpretations, understanding and treatment across various periods in the history of art and on the transformations of classical figures within new contexts, since the antiquity untill the present day. In the didactic part, I present my concept of an educational project intended to mediate the classical myths to the new generations, with the help of important works of Western art as the visual base. Realisation of this project has proven that stuends actualy are eager to learn this subject. The practical part of the thesis describes the potential of modern media for educational purposes and the spread of knowledge of classical mythology. It offers a draft of my educationally-artistic project in the Czech environment, which makes use of this potential. The series of paintings serves as the first step towards the creation of such project. Deepening of knowlidge of classical mythology is instrumental for growth of individual and with him of society. It would be short sighted to push this theme somewhere to the background and forget about it. After all, its representation in art only proves that it was allways source of inspiration.
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.
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
Svatojiřská legenda a její odraz v porcelánovém papírmaše
HEJDUSOVÁ, Aneta
The diploma thesis deals with the legend of St. George, deals with its processing in the Renaissance Florence and presents monuments with this motif from Italy and Czech territory. The aim of the diploma thesis is the interconnection of the theoretical and practical part. Inspiration became the ceramic reliefs made by Renaissance artists, in particular the della Robbia family. The work will be supplemented by an unconventional technique of processing porcelain paper with the motive of St. George. The theoretical part discusses the life of St. George, deals with the mission of the saint and tells the legendary story of victory over the dragon. Also included are documents that provide a deeper analysis of the legend of St. John the Baptist, as well as the iconography that discusses the St George's legend from the point of view of Christian beliefs. In the practical part, the theoretical part will be used for the processing of composite material from paper and porcelain with motive of St. George the dragonslayer.
Harpsichord compositions for two players until first half of 18th century
Krupková, Marie ; KNOBLOCHOVÁ, Monika (advisor) ; MRÁZKOVÁ, Giedre (referee)
This thesis focuses on harpsichord repertoire for two players – four hand pieces both on one and two instruments without accompaniment of the other instruments. Thesis includes pieces from 16th century to first half of 18th century. The first chapter deals with the general development of keyboard music forms from Renaissance to Baroque era. It includes only those forms, which appears in repertoire for two players. In the second chapter describes forms, musical style and its development in individual countries in Europe during Renaissance and Baroque. The third chapter gives an analysis of concrete pieces for two players and describes its style and forms. Last chapter is the list of four hand pieces until first half of 18th century. Keywords: two harpsichords, four hands, two players, Renaissance, Baroque

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