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Nudity in Czech art in 1990s with overolap to the 21st century
Yordanova, Viktoriya ; Pech, Milan (advisor) ; Bendová, Eva (referee)
Anotation The diploma thesis attempts to introduce the subject of the naked body in the 1990's Czech art, thus in the era of the postrevolutionary freedom. In the rapidly transforming society, after the fall of the communism and the disolution of the Eastern Bloc, the body became a crucial tool for artists expression. Local art reflected Western initiatives not only in the art field, but also, in the wider visual culture (porn magazines, erotical TV shows, advertisment etc.). It attempts to represent the authors and their work in which the artists reacted to these initiatives.
Country motives in art work of Václav Brožík
Hervertová, Kristýna ; Bendová, Eva (advisor) ; Pech, Milan (referee)
The subject of the bachelor thesis is an examination of Václav Brožík's rural motifs, which he created mainly in the 1990s. In the first part I will try to summarize the artist's life, which was rich in patrons, study trips but above all his acquaintance with the Parisian environment. The second matter to be discussed, related to the Brochure, will be an analysis of the Barbizon School with its main representatives. I will later compare how the Barbizon School reflected on Brožík's works based on the connections with Millet and Courbet. I will discuss Brožík's rural themes in four parts.Whether Ideal withthe themes of communication,couples,lonelinessor themaleelement in the paintings, I will try to look behind the painting and try to explain why he depicted these themes. I will compare Brožík's rural depiction of paintings in the last chapter, where I will reflect and compare Brožík's works with other artists - both domestic and foreign - who created the same rural themes.
Investment Evaluation
Dokulilová, Hana ; Pech, Milan (referee) ; Luňáček, Jiří (advisor)
The Diploma thesis is focused on evaluation of company’s investment plan to build both production and packaging line, to pursue production of syrups. Main part of the Diplo-ma thesis assess effectivnes of the investment by correctly chosen indicators of dynamic methods. Monte Carlo method was used to compare results of effectivnes of the simula-tion with traditional methods. Reccommendations of project’s feasibility are concluded in the last part of the thesis.
Neogothic in sacral architecture of Prague
Marešová, Marie ; Czumalo, Vladimír (advisor) ; Pech, Milan (referee)
This bachelor thesis deals with neogothic prague sacral architecture and its based on two churches of new prague towns. First part is devoted to evolution of Prague in 19th century and to the position of the Catholic Church as builder in this period and second part summerizes a the concept of Gothic architecture in art history and also problems of historicism in architecture. The crux of the matter this thesis create analysis of three churches in context of three newest prague towns. It's church of St. Ludmila in Royal Vinohrady and church of St. Antonín Paduan in Holešovice-Bubny. The final chapter is going to summerize basic attribute of neogothic in prague sacral architecture, which were deduced from the comparison of these churches.
Kiss of the Death in Czech fine Art 1895-1918
Tomášková, Klára ; Bendová, Eva (advisor) ; Pech, Milan (referee)
In this bachelor's thesis, I will present theme of a kiss in different perspective other than classic kiss of love, between a man and a woman. I will deal with the kiss as a sign of death. I focus on Czech modern art in the years 1895 - 1918. Kiss, in this unusual meaning, we can find, for example in the form of the so called angel's kiss, signifying the departure of the soul to the other world. We observe this scene in the painting Světice by Josef Mandl from 1905, besides the painting itself, we will explain the symbol of the deadly angel's kiss as such. The second chapter of the work refers to the key topic related to the kiss of death, the subject of Judas kiss. In Christianity, specifically in the New Testament, Judas Iscariot marks Christ with his kiss, thereby condemning him to death. This theme can symbolize not only death but especially betrayal. In Czech modern art, it can be analyzed in the painting of the same name by Jan Konůpek from 1912. I dedicate the last chapter of the work to a frequent symbolic theme, the kiss of death in the form of a kiss by skeleton. This theme, also popular in Edvard Munch's work, resonates in Czech art in the work of Bohumil Kubišta, The Kiss of Death, from 1912. The method of my work will be the description and analysis of the mentioned works and their...
Analysis of Russian symbolism in fine arts through fairy tales in the 70s and 90s of the 19th century
Polichshuk, Stanislav ; Bendová, Eva (advisor) ; Pech, Milan (referee)
People have long been attracted to mystical stories. Russian fairy tales, saturated with Russian mysticism and symbols, deserve special attention. These works significantly contributed to the formation of Russian symbolism as a stylistic expression. The work examines the connection between Russian fairy tales and the emergence of an independent artistic style in painting at the end of the 19th century - Russian symbolism through the personalities of artists Viktor Vasnetsov, Mikhail Vrubel and Viktor Borisov-Musatov. The subject of the work will also be a chapter on the historical, political and social situation of Russia in the 1870s and 1890s, which influenced the emergence of style together with artists. How did the elements of symbolism manifest themselves in other Russian art? Who exactly were avant-garde artists influenced by symbolism? This bachelor thesis will look for answers.
Galerie bratří Čapků and its exhibition activities in the second half of the 1960s
Micková, Natálie ; Bendová, Eva (advisor) ; Pech, Milan (referee)
The diploma thesis deals with documenting and presenting the exhibition concept of the Brothers Capek Gallery in the second half of the 1960s and at the same time defining the space it occupied among other Prague galleries in the observed period between 1965 and 1970. It focuses on the founding personalities and recalls important political, legal and cultural events that fundamentally influenced the artistic and exhibition activities of the gallery. The exhibition catalogues of individual artists and creative groups with introductory texts, invitations to openings and reviews in the professional and daily press have become an important aid to understanding the gallery's exhibition programme and interpreting individual exhibitions, illustrating the overall scope of the gallery.
Exlibris and its meaning in the work of Vladimír Komárek
Trnková, Anna ; Bendová, Eva (advisor) ; Pech, Milan (referee)
This bachelor's thesis focuses on the concept of a bookplate or exlibris and on the position it occupies in the work of Vladimír Komárek, one of the most prominent personalities of the 20th century exlibris scene in Bohemia. The paper will first introduce basic information about exlibris, including a brief development, history and collecting, while also addressing the question of what role it plays in the contemporary art scene. The second part of the thesis will be dedicated to Vladimír Komárek's exlibris in the context of his graphic work as well as his distinctive style and social nature, thanks to which he was asked to create around 650 bookplates. Special attention will be paid to selected customers, under what circumstances the exlibris was created for them and what subjects were used in them.
The Cathedral of Saint Vitus in Prague in the Sketches of Antonín Slavíček
Kašperová, Karolína ; Bendová, Eva (advisor) ; Pech, Milan (referee)
The bachelor thesis focuses on the role of sketches in the work of Antonín Slavíček. As an exemple of his work is a sketch of gothic building of the Cathedral of St. Vitus in Prague, to which he devoted intensively at the end of his life. There are total of 11 preparatory sketches and studies for the painting. In the first part (chapter 1-3) of the work, the influences that formulated the painting of this artist will be analyzed, but mainly the sketch itself will be analyzed and also its essence will be described here in the fine arts, especially in the modern arts. The second part (chapter 4-5) will deal with the comparison for Slavíček of an atypical motif of architecture and his famous landscape theme, the analysis of individual sketches and the key question - to what extent did the painter base his sketches in the final work? What role did the sketch play in his work? None of the monographs devoted to Antonín Slavíček completely discuss this topic. Keywords Antonín Slavíček, skica, chrám sv. Víta, Mařákova škola, krajinomalba, Kameníčky, impresionismus, plenérová malba

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