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Seven Corporal Works of Mercy and Seven Deadly Sins in Czech Medieval Arts
Eichlerová, Eliška ; Vymazalová, Marie (advisor) ; Royt, Jan (referee)
The bachelor's thesis will deal with the theme of the seven-corporal works of mercy and the seven deadly sins in Czech fine art. These opposing themes develop primarily in a middle-class environment, where they were supposed to appeal to the moral life of the middle-class people. The first part of this thesis will discuss the development of the doctrine of the seven deadly sins in the Middle Ages. The variability of approaches to the seven sins will also be revealed by a comparison with the development of the doctrine of the virtues, where it is also possible to show the starting points for the formation of the medieval teaching on the seven-corporal works of mercy. The second part deals with the analysis of individual sins and acts of mercy, their meaning, and the way they are depicted. In the third part, I will also focus on individual examples of the depiction of this iconography in European art, and we will mention a few important works, especially from the High and Late Middle Ages. Following on from European art, the last chapters will focus on individual examples of the seven-corporal works of mercy and the seven deadly sins in the Czech environment, especially in the book painting and monumental mural.
Fresco painting of Lukáš Vávra in Southern Bohemia
Holasová, Anežka ; Oulíková, Petra (advisor) ; Vymazalová, Marie (referee)
Fresco works by Lukáš Vávra in South Bohemia This diploma thesis is devoted to the work of the late Baroque fresco painter, and Vyšší Brod Cistercian, Lukáš Vávra. His artistic legacy has not yet been documented in its entirety, nor has it been examined historically. This thesis is the first effort in this direction. It is based on data drawn mainly from the Historical Archive of the Vyšší Brod Monastery, as well as from other archival sources. Vávra's works are included in this discussion, especially the frescoes in the monasteries of Vyšší Brod and Zlatá Koruna, as well as framed paintings that have been preserved. With the help of relevant respected sources, Vávra's artistic endeavors are then placed in the cultural and historical context of Southern Bohemia. This relates primarily to the Schwarzenberg Dominions in South Bohemia as well as the environment of the South Bohemian Cistercian monasteries in Vyšší Brod and in Zlatá Koruna.
The Iconography of St. Francis during the 17th and the 18th Century
Drdáková, Kateřina ; Vymazalová, Marie (advisor) ; Oulíková, Petra (referee)
The diploma thesis deals with the iconography of selected works of St. Francis in the 17th and 18th centuries in Bohemia. The work is focused mainly on the paintings that were created and were associated with the development of begging orders during the Reformation of the Church. The first part is devoted to the life and legend of St. Francis, which is the basis for the subsequent processing of individual images. An integral part of the work is also the topic of the origin and development of the begging orders that caused the depiction of St. Francis. Specifically, Franciscans, Minorites and Capuchins. An important chapter is also the piety of the Czech lands in the Baroque period, which demonstrates the revival of the veneration of St. Francis during the 17th and 18th centuries in Bohemia. All the above-mentioned parts provide the basis for the following chapters on specific illustrations. The iconography of the individual scenes is first described in a general depiction, including the world's most important examples. A large part of the work is devoted to individual works associated with the Czech environment. The most represented depictions are Stigmatization of St. Francis, Ecstasy, The Porciunculus Miracle or his Death. Last but not least, the work will focus on the monastery lunette cycles...
Josef Winterhalder jr. - Illusive altars, Dačice-Jemnice-Běhařovice-Trstěnice
Kopečná, Anna ; Oulíková, Petra (advisor) ; Vymazalová, Marie (referee)
This bachelor thesis deals with the work of painter Josef Winterhalder Jr. with a focus on creation of illusive altars. Places with these altars were selected with regard to two criteria, namely, the church is not convent and the fresco was not created in collaboration with another painter. These churches are sv. Vavřince in Dačice, sv. Víta in Jemnice, Nejsvětější trojice in Běhařovice and Povýšení sv. Kříže in Třeštice. Based on the iconographic and formal analysis, the fresco altar work of the author will be evaluated in the historical context of the location. Keywords Josef Winterhalder ml., baroque, illusive altar, fresco, Dačice, Jemnice, Běhařovice, Trstěnice
Mount of the Mother of God as "sacrum locum"
Brandejsová, Kateřina ; Oulíková, Petra (advisor) ; Vymazalová, Marie (referee)
The bachelor's thesis "Hora Matky Boží" deals with the Marian pilgrimage site near the town of Králíky. In addition to the Holy Hut, which was not built, the Holy Steps and the Jerusalem Temple are symbolically commemorated here. The initiator of the pilgrimage area conceived in this way was Tobiáš Jan Becker, Bishop of Hradec Králové. The work will focus on the history and significance of individual objects in terms of historical, art-historical, but also symbolic. The Mountain of the Mother of God will be treated as a "sacrum locum", reminiscent of the Holy Land from which came objects of this work.
Depiction of Apollo on Baroque Ceiling Painting
Ungrová, Eva ; Oulíková, Petra (advisor) ; Vymazalová, Marie (referee)
The Depiction of Apollo on Baroque murals The theme of the diploma thesis is the depiction of Apollo in Baroque frescoes. The figure of the antique God of Sun appears in our country most often in Baroque residences in several different themes. Apollo with his sun chariot is closely connected with the solar theme - due to its location in space, it refers us to the daily cyclicality. Apollo with his sun chariot, same as Aurora symbolizes an allegory of the arrival of a new day. We most often find this theme in halls and staircases, but also in Sala terrena. Specific examples can be seen, for example, in Náměšť nad Oslavou, where Apollo announces a new day, or in Slavkov u Brna where we find several paintings connected with daily cyclicality, and in the Sale terrain in Děčín as an example of outdoor decoration. Some rulers also identified with the god Apollo, so his figure is also present in some frescoes celebrating his client. We meet such an example in the Clam-Gallas Palace in Prague or in the Hall of the Ancestors of the chateau in Vranov nad Dyjí. Apollo with the Muses presents a celebration of art. In our country, for example, at the chateau Nové Město nad Metují, but also in the Prague Klementinum in a baroque library hall, where Apollo is on a side fresco on Mount Parnassus. Apollo often...
Women Wedding Dress in Renaissance Portraits of Czech Noblewomen
Kronusová, Pavlína ; Jarošová, Markéta (advisor) ; Vymazalová, Marie (referee)
The aim of this bachelor's thesis is to evaluate the noblewomen's Renaissance wedding attire in Czech fine arts. Based on the analysis of selected examples, i.e portrait paintings by Perchta of Rožmberk, Polyxena of Pernštejn and Anna Marie Šliková, the development of the fashion of wedding attire in the Czech environment will be described, which will then be compared with important foreign Renaissance wedding portraits of noble ladies. Attention will be paid to the stylistic evaluation of the paintings from the NPÚ collections, which are now part of the exhibition of Czech and Moravian castles, as well as the analysis of textiles, jewelry, hairstyles and other decorative parts of clothing decoration that present a certain iconographic significance. Wedding attire will be analyzed in the broader context of contemporary fashion, including everyday attire. From a methodological point of view, the work is based on a formal analysis of Renaissance paintings, an iconographic interpretation of the evaluation of the details of wedding attire, as well as on cultural and historical contexts. Keywords Women's wedding clothing, portraits of noblewomen, clothing development, renaissance fashion, clothing in Bohemia
Portraits of Peter the Great. Impact of European art on the development of Russian portrait school
Savchenko, Sofya ; Oulíková, Petra (advisor) ; Vymazalová, Marie (referee)
This bachelor thesis explores the portraits of Peter the Great and the influence of the European art on the development of the portrait school of the Russian Empire at the time of Peter's reign. The emperor's portraits were chosen due to his status as the main patron of the art in the Russian empire. In the first chapter I discuss the portrait art before Peter's reign. Second chapter describes the life of Peter the Great. The following chapter explores Peter's views on the art and the development of the art during his reign. The last chapter is presented as a catalogue that describes the portraits of Peter the Great. Keywords baroque, painting, portrait, Petr I, Russia, 18 century, Saint Petersburg

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