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Interpretation of European realistic painting in the school of Akita Ranga
Jančová, Agáta ; Hánová, Markéta (advisor) ; Kraemerová, Alice (referee)
This bachelor thesis focuses on the european approach to the realistic painting, which can be seen in the works of art of the Akita ranga school during the modern history of Japan. The rise of interest in European sciences, especially medicine, anstronomy and natural history was growing during 18. century. In some parts of Japan can be also seen the rise of interest in new painting techniques. The aim of this study is to show the influences of European painting tradition, which helped painters of Akita ranga to become independent of japanese indigenous traditional conceptions. The other goal of this study is to point to the approach to realism manifested in the bird-and-flower paintings. This thesis consists of three parts. In the first part, there is an explanation of historical and artistic context of the Edo period (1603-1867). The second part describes the origin of the Akita ranga school and the notable persons related to the school, Satake Shozan, Hiraga Gennai and Odano Naotake. The third part focuses on the realistic elements in the paintings of flowers and birds a in their variations - still lifes. In the works of art in the Akita ranga school the still life becomes a genre on its own and thus becomes independent on the traditional conceptions. The Akita ranga "members"having the...
Children Operas by J. Uhlir and Z. Sverak and their didactic utilisation
Hánová, Markéta ; Bělohlávková, Petra (advisor) ; Váňová, Hana (referee)
This thesis discusses children's operas by J. Uhlir and Z. Sverak. It consists of brief biographies of both authors, summary of the origin of literary stories - fairy tales for simple librettos written by Z. Sverak, the theoretical implementation of the concept of children's operas and a practical analysis of each opera: Budulinek, Karkulka (Little Red Riding Hood), O dvanacti mesickach (The Twelve Months), Sipkova Ruzenka (Sleeping Beauty). Structural analysis has then been applied - the operas were divided into scenes, each musically analysed in terms of their melodies, harmonies and forms. Next, possible didactically challenging parts have been identified and how to use these rhythm, intonation and language issues for lesson planning have been suggested. In the next part of the thesis, the afore-mentioned issues have been empirically verified using the following methods - observation, practical class-leading and reflexive analysis of video recordings. KEYWORDS: Children's opera, fairy tale, musical theme, Budulinek, Karkulka, O dvanacti mesickach, Sipkova Ruzenka.
Illusion or reality? Iconography of Japanese and European landscape painting at the turn of the 19th and 20th century within the context of reflection of reality and a phenomenon of Japonism
Hánová, Markéta ; Royt, Jan (advisor) ; Lahoda, Vojtěch (referee) ; Prahl, Roman (referee)
It is an undisputable fact that Japonisme became one of the chief sources of inspiration for modern European visual arts which introduced new expressive modes in reflection of reality. Thanks to the Japanese influence a significant break was attained in landscape painting in a way of perceiving reality different from a mimetic way of representation. This genre witnessed a remarkable formalistic development which in general brought up a dynamic structure of painting by means of ornamental principles. An ornament then becomes a mediator of rhythmic perception in a painting which is not to reveal well described decorative patterns, however, rather its genuine features reflecting a continuing motion of visual particularities as well as a rhythmic change of composition or expressive means. This paper studies original principles of landscape painting that had penetrated into Japanese painting from China and which have entered in a visual vocabulary of European avant-garde since the second half of the 19th century. Thanks to a strong relation of Czech painters with the French milieu, the somentioned Japanese landscape principles were actually brought up in Czech art at the turn of the 19th and 20th century.

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