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Spontaneous inscriptions and drawings in sacred spaces
Bartůňková, Lucie ; Alt, Jaroslav (advisor) ; Hojda, Zdeněk (referee) ; Jakubec, Ondřej (referee)
Spontaneous inscriptions and drawings in sacred spaces have been rather neglected and only sporadically refected sources that are usually removed during the routine reparations of masonry, historical facades, furnishings and wooden components without any detailed analysis of their meaning in the context of the history of the given object. Te dissertation originated as a response to this situation and its aim is the fundamental heuristics and comparison of both new and vanished or currently unrepresented evidence of these specifc traces mirroring the everyday life in religious buildings. Te thesis also focuses on the practical aspect, which is the summary of documentation options and the research of historical grafti by means of non-invasive methods and their subsequent application and verifcation of obtained fndings in the frame of a casuistic study, focusing on epigraphic collections in the premises of the former Piarist complex in Litomysl. Keywords historical grafti - spontaneous inscriptions and drawings - conservation - sacred spa- ces - symbols
Analysis and comparison of French and German poster propaganda in the first world war
Beer, Kamil ; Pešek, Jiří (advisor) ; Alt, Jaroslav (referee) ; Vlnas, Vít (referee)
English abstract The dissertation analyzes French and German poster propaganda as it was used in and shortly after the First World War. It observes the visual motives, their cultural categories and the displayed themes. By examining 500 French and 500 German posters, the goal of the work is to create a detailed analysis of their contents, usage and argumentation, with which it wants to achieve closer understanding of the contemporary propaganda used by Germany and France. The mentioned motives, categories and themes are then compared between the two nations. Through this comparison, the work strives to find out the unique (or similar) message and language of the propaganda used by each country. Keywords: First world war, propaganda, posters, France, Germany, comparation, analysis
The Life and Artwork of Michail Vrubel with analysis of paintings Seated Demon and Demon Downcast
Brathova, Silvia ; Alt, Jaroslav (advisor) ; Hájek, Václav (referee)
This diploma thesis follows the personality and art of a Russian painter from the turn of the 19th and 20th centuries, Michail Vrubel. It analyzes the artist as unconventional appearance in the so called Silver Age of the Russian art, a pionier of modernism not only in terms of developing the style but also the inovative technique he used, abandoning the tradition and traditionalist paintings. The first part of thesis focused on the main biography of Michail Vrubel and the view of his art, devided into three periods, as well as the main milestones that influenced him. Next the focus moves to the overview of Russia at the end of 19th and beginning of 20th centuries, the ,,Silver Age", with special attention to symbolism, with which Michail Vrube lis often associated, even though he does not fit the symbolist characteristics completely. In the following part, the focus shifts to the innovative painting style of the artist and his trademark reduction of forms, best seen in two of his prominent pieces - Seated Demon and Fallen Demon. The final part lists the artist's contribution to the world of art and his influence on the following generations. The goal of this thesis is not to criticize the work of Michail Vrubel. Rather, it enables the views of his personality and art through the eyes of his...

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