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The Humanists' Portraits in Saxony of the First Half of the 16th Century
Chigladze, Kateřina ; Royt, Jan (advisor) ; Nespěšná Hamsíková, Magdaléna (referee)
Title: The humanists' portraits in Saxony of the first half of the 16th century In my work I tried to create an overview of the humanists' portraits in Saxony of the first half of the 16th century. I dedicated the bigger part of it to the court painters Albrecht Dürer, Hans Holbein, Lucas Cranach. Dürer's first portraits of Erasmus was charcoal-drawing, his second piece - a cupper engraving of Erasmus. Like Dürer Hans Holbein painted divers Erasmus portraits in different styles. Cranach painted the Cardinal Albrecht von Brandenburg not only within an open landscape, but also sitting on a desk the same way as Dürer did with his painting "Hieronymus im Gehäus". His first pictures Cranach responded to Dürer's cupper engraving of the cardinal A. von Brandenburg. All pictures have in common that they show different iconographic symbols. Other ones show the figure sitting at a table and writing letters, in the middle of a landscape or in a room. Key Words Portraitist - 16th century - Saxony - Lucas Cranach - humanists
Early work of Sebastiano Luciani called del Piombo in Venice till 1511
Pokorná, Barbora ; Zlatohlávek, Martin (advisor) ; Nespěšná Hamsíková, Magdaléna (referee)
The baccalaureate dissertation "The early-maturing work of sebastiano Luciano (called del Piombo) till 1511 in Venice" deals with the problem of early maturing period of Sebastian's work in Venice before he left to Rome. The first part of the dissertation presents basic information about Sebastian's life, work and a review of his major works. The main part of the dissertation is focused upon Sebastian's younghood and the development into genious artist by confrontation with simultaneous artists and their influence. This period brought him acknowledged position between other artists in Venice and Rome. Another part of the dissertation presents the review of art pieces that he made during his early maturing period in Venice and their influence in the work of other artists. The dissertation is concluded by Venice art work catalogue.
Drawings Filippino Lippi's for the frescoes in the chapel Strozzi and Carafa
Kolomazníková, Karina ; Zlatohlávek, Martin (advisor) ; Nespěšná Hamsíková, Magdaléna (referee)
The Barchelor thesis "Drawings Filippino Lippi's for the frescoes in the chapel Strozzi and Carafa" is devoted to the Italian Renaissance painter and draftsman Filippino Lippi. Mainly his drawings for the frescoes in the Strozzi and Carafa Chapels. After the basic informations about his life and work, with summary of his basic work, Lippi is treated as draftsman. There is captured his workshop experience as well as several important drawings, which he made. The main part of this thesis discusses the frescoes in the Strozzi Chapel in the Florentine church Santa Maria Novella and in the Carafa Chapel in the Roman church Santa Maria sopra Minerva and about extant and so far assigned drawings for these Filippino Lippi's frescoes. There is also mentioned several drawings, which is reltated to these wall painting and they were made by the other artists. In the conclusion of this thesis there is attached a catalogue of Lippi's preparation drawings for these frescoes.
Martinic Palace in Prague during the ownership of George Bořita of Martinic and his follower Jaroslav Bořita of Martinic. Its architectural form and decoration
Poláčková, Daniela ; Nespěšná Hamsíková, Magdaléna (advisor) ; Zlatohlávek, Martin (referee)
Bachelor thesis "Martinic palace in Prague during the ownership of George Bořita of Martinic and his follower Jaroslav Bořita of Martinic. Its architectural form and decoration" is based on the Martinic palace in the Hradčany square during the ownerships of George Bořita of Martinic and Jaroslav Bořita of Martinic. At the beginning you can find the list of the owners, who owned the palace, during this there appeared important changes not only architectural, but also in decoration. The first cheapter is devoted to the list of the owners who owned the palace. The next cheapter is about the architectural appearance of the palace, that is about the inside and outside. There is also a cheapter, devoted to the Martinic family, the first of all about the two owners of the palace, which where pround to be discendents of this family. They are George Bořita of Martinic and Jaroslav Bořita of Martinic, who made important changes of the palace. Among them also sgraffitos on the main frontage in the direction of Kanovnická street. There are elaborated Joseph stories. Another sgraffitos was used on two walls of yards frontage, where you can see Samson's deeds and Hercules acts. We must not forget the sgraffito on the southern wing of southern wall, where is perhaps the old story. Because of the damage we cannot say,...
The Italian Architects from the second half of the 16-th century in the South Bohemia with regards to work of Antonio Ericeri and Baldassare Maggi at the castle buildings in Jindřichův Hradec and Telč
Mach, Pavel ; Nespěšná Hamsíková, Magdaléna (advisor) ; Zlatohlávek, Martin (referee)
Vlašští stavitelé druhé poloviny 16. století v jižních Čechách se zvláštním zřetelem k práci Antonia Ericeri a Baldassara Maggiho na zámeckých stavbách v Jindřichově Hradci a Telči. Diplomová práce. Pavel Mach vedoucí práce: Mgr. Magdalena Nespěšná Hamsíková, Ph.D. - Praha, 2011 - 163 s. Abstract The residences of the Czech and Moravian nobility were form way back symbols of power, representativeness and wealth. As well as it happened in the case of the castle buildings of the Rožmberks and the Lords of Hradec in Jindřichův Hradec and in Telč. Rows of Vlachs and other masters, who transformed the character of the then towns in the new renaissance direction according to the desires of the investors and the then construction trends, were coming not only in these places. The names of Vlachs, among which the front place takes Antonio Ericer, Baldassare Maggi, Antonio and Benedetto Domenico Cometta of Giovanni Maria Facconi, ranked in their times not only among the front representatives of construction acts in the dominion of the Rožmberks and the Lords of Hradec in the south of Bohemia and Moravia, but also among the significant masters of the Czech and Moravian architecture ot the 16th and 17th centuries. The to-this-day preserved remarkable palaces and castle compounds are still surrounded with lack of...
Wohlmut's organ choir in St. Vitus, Wenceslaus and Adalbert cathedral in Prague
Urych, Jan ; Jarošová, Markéta (advisor) ; Nespěšná Hamsíková, Magdaléna (referee)
This thesis deals with the architectural appearance of the organ choir loft, located at the. St.Vitus,Wenceslaus and Adalbert cathedral at Prague Castle. It was realized between 1556- 1561 by Boniface Wohlmut's draft. The main target of this thesis is a detailed and formal analysis of the organ choir loft. Secondary target features approach of the organ choir functions and it's position in the context of the specific cathedral space. It also features inclusion of this organ choir to wider construction portfolio connected with the Boniface Wohlmut personality. The organ choir will be presented in overall art and historic context of examined period.
Bartholomeus Spranger in the collections in Czech Republic
Liška, Jan ; Zlatohlávek, Martin (advisor) ; Nespěšná Hamsíková, Magdaléna (referee)
Diploma work contains the description of the personality of the painter Bartholomeus Spranger and his work in the Czech collections. The portrait painter Bartholomeus Spranger lived from the year of 1546 to the year of 1611. He was born in Antwerpen and afterwards he was travelling around the Europe. At first he was going to the France ( Paris and Lyon ) and then he was going to the Italy ( Parma, Milano and Roma ). In the year 1575 he is called up to the Vienna and afterwards in the year 1580 to the Prague. The object of this work is an analyse of production in Czech collections and evaluate of their authorship. Futher on then the object of this work is exploration the sources of Documentary and also a critical evaluation of the used literature.
Inspiration by Albrecht Dürer by in the art of Hans Hoffmann. So called Dürer's Renaissance at court of Rudolf II.
Lišková, Barbora ; Nespěšná Hamsíková, Magdaléna (advisor) ; Zlatohlávek, Martin (referee)
The Bachelor thesis is focused on the inspiration of Albrecht Dürer in paintings of Rudolphin's painter Hans Hoffmann with a particular consideration to his painting The hare in a forest (1585). Based on what will be the centroid of the work, I would like to outline broader contexts of the role which Dürer's art played on the Rudolph's court. Next to the fundamental chapter containing an compendious characteristic of the A. Dürer's personality and art will be the part of work an epitomize disquisition about Rudolph II.'s admiration to this Renaissance master and about his successful efforts about an acquirement of his arts into Caesarian collections. The labor will also include an epitomize disquisition about Dürer's inspirations by another artists of Rudolph II.'s sphere.
Wall Painting and Stuccowork of Knight's Hall of Nelahozeves Chateau
Junková, Radka ; Nespěšná Hamsíková, Magdaléna (advisor) ; Oulíková, Petra (referee)
1 RESUMÉ My bachelor study focuses on the wall paintings and stucco decoration in the Knight's Hall of Nelahozeves castle. I endeavor after compact summarization of available origins. My bachelor study targets on the stucco reliefs. Because of the lack of the origins I only describe the paintings and put them into connection with the main stucco motives. The chapter dedicated to the stucco decoration is divided into ten smaller units. I put the main emphasis on figurative motives. Five Nelahozeves stucco spaces in the Hall's vault are thematically similar to the same stuccos at pleasure castle Hvezda in Prague. Their conformity is not accidental. Stuccos in representative Hall of Nelahozeves are directly educed from superior ones processing at Hvezda. When I looked for their samples, I study the literature pointed to Prague's pleasure house. I focus on figurative stucco reliefs of the Hall's vault from the point of searching their art and lateral patterns. The basic inspiration source of motives was history processing from Tito Livio. I shortly adumbrate mythological frame of each heroic fact because of ancient conception of historiography. We can find the founder of Roman nation, Aene, running from burning Troja, Curtio falling into depth, Kimon saved by Peron, Mucio Scaevola putting his hand into fire and...

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