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Sepulchral monuments in the heritage conservation practice
Roháček, Jan ; Müller, Karel ; Chlíbec, Jan ; Slavík, Jiří
The methodology book pioneers in presenting the forms and evolution of Christian sepulchral monuments dated from the Middle Ages to the 20th century, their decoration and epigraphic suit. The main part of the methodology book consists of chapters on recording, documentation, preservation and presentation of sepulchral monuments. The chapters on epigraphic and heraldic accessories are aimed to be directly used as sources for sepulchral monuments' recording. A lot of attention is paid to managing records of the monuments in the environment of the heritage conservation integrated information system.
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Seuplchral sculpture in Bohemia 1420-1471
Chlíbec, Jan
The text is devoted to a production of sepulchral monuments in Bohemia in the period 1420 – 1471. It defines the reasons of a dominating low quality, small number of preserved tombstones and a domination of heraldic tombstones over figural works of that time. The main influence on this condition had Utraquist ideology critisizing luxurious tombstones and also emigration of qualified artists in the time of Hussite wars.
Materials for Goldsmithing at the Court of Charles IV: Goldsmith Works Abroad
Kodišová, Lucie ; Kuthan, Jiří (advisor) ; Royt, Jan (referee) ; Chlíbec, Jan (referee)
common articles of daily use, the goldsmith's works had additional meanings and functions, and - - monarch's court. Its aim is to distinguish two types of the goldsmith's works associated with Charles IV: those based can be proved by signs or inscriptions found directly on the works, or by other written sources. If there's a lack of written altar at the time of Charles IV as a specific kind of goldsmith's work, whose use interconnects the and Vienna, the catalog includes a number of solitary goldsmith's works spread across European church treasuries a liquary Bust of St. Sigismund in Plock. Two women's crowns are also included, the the Środa Treasure. From the total of thirty here described goldsmith's works placed abroad,
Zwettl altar in the context of its time
Brachtlová, Magdalena ; Chlíbec, Jan (advisor) ; Nespěšná Hamsíková, Magdaléna (referee)
The topic of this thesis is Zwettl altar. It is a late Gothic carved altar from the years 1516 - 1525 and is the work of six unknown carvers. It is an important work that falls within the Danubian School, but also carries many elements of Italian Renaissance. This work will focus on art-historical analysis of the altar, will examine the influences that affected the form of the altar and period circumstances that could have on the overall formation of the altar a considerable influence. The result should be a total synthesis of the origin and development of the altar.
-Anonymous carver and his workshop co-operating with Master of Slavětín altar in northwest Bohemia.
Žebrová, Martina ; Royt, Jan (advisor) ; Chlíbec, Jan (referee)
This bachelor work aims to outline the work of a carver and his workshop co-workers who came in the Northwest Bohemia and their cooperation on altars with a painter called the Master of slavětín altar. Furthermore this bachelor work tries to find out and describe the influences under which works originated. The workshop with the cooperation with the painter, which operated mainly in northwest Bohemia about 30 of the 16th century, created many valuable works of art of the late Gothic period and the early Renaissance era in Bohemia. Given the vast array of sculptures attributed to the anonymous carver and his workshop, is the work also trying to revised the number of works attributed to him.
The stucco decorations of the summer house Hvězda ("Star") in Prague
Jirák, Matouš ; Chlíbec, Jan (referee) ; Horyna, Martin (advisor)
The diploma thesis "The Stucco Decorations of the Summer House Hvezda ("Star") in Prague" deals with problems of formal connections, the authorship (an author of the decoration has not been determined convincingly yet) and iconography in ground floor of the summerhouse (built between 1556- 1560). This work also brings some new relation to ancient stuccowork from tum of the 1 st and 2nd century AD.
On Sophie Oosterwijk’s Review of Figure and Lettering. Sepulchral Sculpture of the Jagiellonian Period in Bohemia by Jan Chlíbec and Jiří Roháček
Chlíbec, Jan ; Roháček, Jiří
The text corrects some inaccuracies that author Sophie Oosterwijk wrote in her review published in Umění/Art 6, LXIII, 2015, pp. 492-493, and explains some approaches to the theme of the book.
Graphic pattern of the scene of the Ascension on the epitaph Florian Griesbeck of Griesbach
Chlíbec, Jan
The text is devoted to a graphic pattern by Hans von Aachen, Joris Hoefnagel and Aegidius Sadeler for the Renaissance epitaph of Florian Griesbeck of Griesbach.
Bronze sepulchral sculpture in Bohemia from the Middle Ages to end of the reign of Ferdinand I.
Chlíbec, Jan
The sudy is devoted to the medieval and Renaissance bronze tomb sculpture in Bohemia and its relation to Italian, German and Austrian sepulchral monuments.
The Sepulchral monument of Barbora Celská in St Vitus Cathedral in Prague
Chlíbec, Jan
The text is devoted to a sepulchral monument of Barbara of Celje, wife of the Emperor Sigismund of Luxembourg, originally situated in St Vitus cathedral in Prague. The tomb belonged to important historical artefacts of Prague and its fragments still existed in the 19th century.

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