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Grave, Tombstone, Graveyard. The Range of Motifs of the Czech Painting of the 19th Century
Kučerová, Anežka ; Prahl, Roman (advisor) ; Konečný, Lubomír (referee)
(in English) This thesis called Grave, Tombstone, Graveyard. The Range of Motifs of the Czech Painting of the 19th Century is based on the analysis of paintings, drawings and graphics made by Czech authors throughout the 19th century. Artists worked with funeral motifs in different ways and these will be presented in different case studies. Some painters were fascinated by these subjects and they turned their attention to them systematically and repeatedly throughout their career. Other artists worked with funeral motifs rarely, although significantly. Artists integrated motifs of graves, monuments and cemeteries to their pieces of art for different purposes; this was connected with the interest of Romanticism in aesthetic anomalies and mystery, with their personal experience and feelings. Artists were also interested in genre scenes that were situated in cemeteries. Funeral motifs can be found in illustrated journals as well. Their aim was to document the specific place and as to symbolically express the finality of the life. The pieces of art will be presented in the context of the burial rites and literature of the 19th century. This phenomenon was also reflected by foreign artists, some of them will be also mentioned in the thesis as an analogy to the Czech works.
The Cult of an Artist at the Turn of the Century - A. Rodin and M. Aleš by M. Švabinský
Kučerová, Anežka ; Prahl, Roman (advisor) ; Rakušanová, Marie (referee)
This work focuses on forms of presentation and self-presentation of two important artists living at the turn of the 19th and 20th centuries - a Czech painter Mikuláš Aleš and a French sculptor Auguste Rodin. It can be described as the so called cult of both artists, which means a perception of artist as an outstanding genius. This type of thinking about artists and their work was widely spread in the 19th century. Mikoláš Aleš (1852-1913) is known for his individual artistic style which was based on the Czech romantism and folk art, his style also partly anticipates Czech Art Nouveau. Auguste Rodin (1840-1917) was one of the most important French sculptors working at the 19th century and at the beginning of the 20th century. He is considered to be a founder of modern sculpture. Many of his statues caused scandals which made him famous and well-known also among the Czech artists. Both artists were highly appreciated by young members of the Manes Association of Fine Artists. This Association was established in 1887, since 1897 the Volné směry journal were published. Mikoláš Aleš became the first elected president of this Association. Members of this Association were highly interested in modern trends in Czech and European art. It may be surprising that young members of the Manes Association were...
The role of the mediation in pre-divorce and post-divorce care in the Czech Republic
Kučerová, Jana-Anežka ; Dobiášová, Karolína (advisor) ; Tušková, Eva (referee)
The dissertation thesis "The role of mediation in pre-divorce and post-divorce care in the Czech Republic" is about identification possibilities that the mediation brings to families, husbands and wives, and partners with solving difficult life situations like a divorce or a break up between partners. After it describes the impact of these interpersonal conflicts. Theoretical base of this thesis is: family crisis theory, individualized society theory, theory of gender inequality, but for all concept of harmonizing working and family life and changes on labor market. Main source of information was qualitative research of mediation clients and interviews with experts. In my thesis I analyze causes and consequences of conflicts in a partner life and through mediation I suggest a solution of consequences in the incurred situation, which seems like desired in wide society context.
Kvalita zrna a pekařských výrobků z vybraných genových zdrojů pšenice s modrým a purpurovým zabarvením
Kučerová, Anežka
Dissertation deals with the development of the genus Triticum, anthocyanins, mill and baking quality, chemical composition of caryopsis and wheat with blue aleurone and purple pericarp. Quality laboratory analyzes were carried out on indicators of milling and baking quality. With baking experiment bread samples were made with varying proportions of bran and flour derived from wheat colored varieties. Samples of pastries were sensory evaluated by trained assessors by using unstructured graphical scale. In 9 indicators of technological quality from 12 measured the variety with blue aleurone Skorpion showed better values than variety with purple pericarp Rosso. Both varieties in most indicators met standards for bakery wheat. Bakery experiments composed of samples with the gradual addition of bran obtained from varieties with blue and purple color were performed and evaluated. The addition of bran was increasing 5 % for each of the samples from 0% to 20 %. Best values of the baking experiment a pattern with the addition of 15 % bran varieties of Skorpion showed. Blue variety Skorpion contains larger amounts of anthocyanins than the purple variety Rosso. It was found that in pastries containing added coloring bran, also after heat treatment, on average 33% of the anthocyanins from the original value remain. Blue variety Skorpion showed better baking nature, was better sensory evaluated and higher amounts of anthocyanins compared with purple Rosso was found; therefore it appears to be preferable for using in bread production.

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