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The Chapel of (Holy) Souls in the Art of the Society of Jesus
Čížkovská, Zdeňka ; Oulíková, Petra (advisor) ; Opatrná, Marie (referee)
Art of Jesuit Chapels of the Deceased The theme of this work is presentation of Jesuit Chapel of the Deceased in Bohemia in the Baroque period. The main idea of these chapels are the last idea of man and reminder to purgatory. The presence of purgatory was unquestionable for Baroque society and very often presentation in art. Purgatory was place, which gives hope to the Catholics for salvation and it was great occasional for using special symbols and emblems, it is a way how the remind a believer to the idea of the Last Judgment.
František Siard Nosecký
Staňková, Petra ; Oulíková, Petra (advisor) ; Opatrná, Marie (referee)
This diploma thesis focuses on František Siard Nosecký (1693 - 1753) - Czech baroque painter and on his artwork. He was born into an artistic environment. His father Jindřich Nosecký was also a painter which certainly greatly influenced his son. The majority of pieces of Siard Nosecký came into existence for Premonstratensian order into which he joined as a young man. Location of his artwork frequently corresponds with the location of his parish. His functioning is noticeable at different locations in Bohemia. However the largest space for self-fulfillment he had in Prague at Strahov in his home monastery where he spent the biggest portion of his consecrated life. In addition to acquainting with the life, work and creative inspiration of the painter, a substantial part of the thesis consists of a catalog of works that presents not only extant works but also several non-existent realizations that we learn about only from literature today.
Informel expressions in the work of selected Czech female artists
Vašíčková, Tereza ; Czumalo, Vladimír (advisor) ; Opatrná, Marie (referee)
The bachelor thesis is written as a study focused on artworks of selected female artists, who worked in the style of Czech informel. In the introductory chapter Czech informel is exposed firstly in the context of development and secondly in the artistic, cultural and culturepolitical context. Major characteristics of informel are set there and the framework for the main topic of the work is prepared, in which there is an information about the significant promotion of female artists in particular time period. In the following chapters, the selection of seven female artists is briefly presented. The study also tries to answer the question why did chosen artists prefered informel rather than any other artistic style for their work. Keywords informel, female artists, Art of 20th Century, Zorka Ságlová, Ludmila Padrtová, Pavla Mautnerová, Eva Janošková, Dana Puchnarová, Emila Medková, Eva Kmentová
Reflection of Italian painting in work of "Czech" artists and its influence on the development of Baroque painting in the period 1611-1650
Opatrná, Marie ; Zlatohlávek, Martin (advisor) ; Šroněk, Michal (referee) ; Steckerová, Andrea (referee)
disertační práce v anglickém jazyce MGR. ING. MARIE OPATRNÁ REFLECTION OF ITALIAN PAINTING IN WORK OF "CZECH" ARTISTS AND ITS INFLUENCE ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF BAROQUE PAINTING IN THE PERIOD 1611-1650 Školitel práce: DOC. PHDR. MARTIN ZLATOHLÁVEK, PHD. The thesis deals with "Czech" painting of the first half of the 17th century and the Italian influences in it. In order to understand the origin of these influences, it explores Italian sacral painting of the whole 16th century. Nevertheless, the main attention is dedicated to the second half of this century. The part of this theme is explained on the development of academic studies from the 20th century. The second part of the thesis deals with the Czech art-historical literature and with the subject of protobaroque or early baroque painting. These two parts define terms of these periods and their approaches to painting. The main point of interest is the transition in the field of sacral painting from the art of late renaissance to the art of early baroque. The existence of this special period of sacral painting in Czech area is supported by examples of images and their analysis. The conclusion summarizes new findings and opens questions about new view on the Czech painting of the 17th century and about new methodological attitudes.
The Production of Painter Jan Jiří Hering
Opatrná, Marie ; Zlatohlávek, Martin (advisor) ; Šroněk, Michal (referee)
Umělecká tvorba malíře Jana Jiřího Heringa. Diplomová práce. Marie Opatrná. vedoucí práce: Doc. PhDr. Martin Zlatohlávek Ph.D. - Praha, 2011 - 245 s. Abstract The theme of this thesis is The Production of Painter Jan Jiří Hering who painted during first half of the 17th century. There are described the resources and patterns of his artistic work, which technique brought to our country Italian and Netherlands artistic elements. The thesis involves all paintings and drawings, which are attributed to Hering or to his workshop, and compares them with each other.
The Renaissance Chapel of St. John the Baptist in the Archbishop's Palace in Prague
Opatrná, Marie ; Zlatohlávek, Martin (advisor) ; Kropáček, Jiří (referee)
Resume The renaissance chapel S. John Baptist in Archbishop Palace in Prague Marie Opatrná Supervisor of assignment: PhDr. Martin Zlatohlávek PhD. The chapel in Archbishop Palace was built in honor of the Almighty God, the Virgin Mary, St. John the Baptist, St. John of Nepomuk and All Saints. This chapel is important and significant part of Rudolf's art. The chapel was founded by Zbyněk Berka z Dubé in 1599. There are not any signs of the previous existence of a chapel in the palace. All paintings on the roof were made by Daniel Alexius z Květné. In the chapel we can see these paintings: the Visitation, the Preaching of St. John the Baptist, the Baptism of Jesus and Dancing of Salome. Daniel Alexius z Květné was inspired by graphics of Cornelius Galle and Pietr Jansz Saenredam. The scene of the Miraculous rescue of the prince Jaromír was inspired by painting of a German anonym. This painting owns the National Gallery in Prague now. The pattern for the scene of The Holy Trinity is not known. The chapel is decorated with stucco decor. Its dating was questionable for a long time. I tend to the opinion that it was made in 1599 when the chapel was founded. In the nave, there are the gallery of clerical dignitaries, angels with Arma Christi and memorial tablet which reminds the renovation in 1676 and 1888. The...
Healthcare chaplaincy as a part of total care
Opatrná, Marie ; Ventura, Václav (advisor) ; Ryšková, Mireia (referee) ; Šipr, Květoslav (referee)
In the development of palliative care the Czech Republic still lags behind advanced countries. Whereas in the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland palliative medicine together with pain treatment was recognized as a specialized branch already in 1987, in the Czech environment it was officially constituted as late as 2004. The core part of the WHO definition of palliative care says that "palliative care is an approach that improves the quality of life of patients and their families facing the problems associated with life-threatening illness, through the prevention and relief of suffering by means of early identification and impeccable assessment and treatment of pain and other problems, physical, psychosocial and spiritual." Palliative care thus inseparably includes attending to patients' existential, spiritual and religious needs. As one of the few exceptional facilities in the Czech Republic that follow the European trends, the Complex Oncology Centre (Oncology Clinic / Onkologická klinika 1. LF UK a VFN and Institute of Oncology, Ples / Onkologický ústav na Pleši) managed to fulfil the ESMO accreditation programme criteria and was awarded the ESMO accreditation in 2006. It thus became one of the European facilities performing integrated oncology and palliative care, a part of which is...
Education and presentation of archaeological cultural heritage: certified methodology
Mikešová, Veronika ; Opatrná, Marie ; Urbanová, Kristýna ; Valentová, Jarmila ; Košta, Jiří ; Bursák, Daniel ; Vélová, Lucie ; Belaňová, Petra
V úvodních kapitolách metodiky jsou přehledně vysvětlena základní témata, týkající se prezentace a edukace archeologického kulturního dědictví spolu s určením uživatelů, kteří mohou z metodiky čerpat. Metodika se dotýká nejen kulturních a historických aspektů prezentace a edukace, ale také aspektů pedagogických, které se snaží zohledňovat a osvětlovat jejich uplatnění v archeologii. Vlastní metodické postupy, jakými osvědčenými způsoby lze provádět prezentaci a edukaci archeologického kulturního dědictví, jsou pak uvedeny v kapitole 5. Metodika práce s veřejností. Jelikož se metodika zabývá archeologickým kulturním dědictvím a konkrétními postupy, jak ho prezentovat veřejnosti a zlepšovat její vztah k němu, je důležité si nejprve uvést základní myšlenky a fakta, která se archeologického kulturního dědictví a nakládání s ním týkají, a z nichž metodika mimo jiné vychází.
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The Prague Loreto and its Competitive Strategy
Opatrná, Marie ; Černá, Jitka (advisor) ; Svoboda, Rudolf (referee)
The theme of this thesis is the competitive strategy of The Prague Loreto. Introductory part gives an overview of the development of Loreto and shows its cultural and spiritual values. This section also raises the fundamental question of this thesis -- the falling attendance of The Prague Loreto. Then the product structure, which consists of the cultural and spiritual products, is analyzed for understanding this problem. In the next chapter there are all visitors segmented into the specifics groups, it is analyzed its attendance and the SWOT analysis is created. Consequently the new competitive strategy is proposed. Last part of the thesis consists of the financial analysis, the progress chart and the costing of the new strategy.

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