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On sepulchral memory in an epigraphic campaign: The towns of Prague after the events of 1648
Roháček, Jiří
2019 - English
Keywords: epigraphy; inscription; sepulchral monuments; Prague; Bohemia; 17th century Available at various institutes of the ASCR
On sepulchral memory in an epigraphic campaign: The towns of Prague after the events of 1648

Roháček, Jiří
Ústav dějin umění, 2019

Filozofie a městský veřejný prostor
Kratochvíl, Petr
2019 - Czech
Keywords: public areas; public space; town Available at various institutes of the ASCR
Filozofie a městský veřejný prostor

Kratochvíl, Petr
Ústav dějin umění, 2019

Epigraphica & Sepulcralia 8. Forum of epigraphical and sepulchral studies
Roháček, Jiří
2019 - Czech
he proceedings of the jubilee 15th international session on the issue of sepulchral monuments, which took place in Prague on 19 October – 21 October 2016. These regular conferences, organized since 2000 by the Institute of Art History of the Czech Academy of Sciences, are focused on sepulchral monuments as material artefacts of sepulchral culture and as works of art in the traditional sense of the word, with a factual or methodological relation to Central European issues. However, they do not not avoid themes that more widely explain the context in which these monuments were created and were functionally applied. An emphasis is placed on the nature of interdisciplinary expert meetings. Through their focus and periodicity, they are unique in the pan-European context. A novelty of this session was the inclusion of an independent block devoted to Hebrew monuments. The proceedings are divided into three parts, in terms of the religious context of the discussed themes – hence into parts devoted to Christian, Jewish and finally supplemental, but still in the Central European milieu, Islamic sepulchral monuments. It contains twenty-five papers in total, which deal directly or contextually with sepulchral monuments from the Late Middle Ages to the 21st century. Besides, the territorially Bohemian and Moravian issue as well as the German, Slovak and Polish issues make up a significant share of the work. The series Epigraphica & Sepulcralia has been the publication forum of these sessions since 2005. Sborník jubilejního 15. mezinárodního zasedání k problematice sepulkrálních památek, které se konalo v Praze 19. – 21. října 2016. Tyto unikátní pravidelné konference, pořádané od roku 2000 Ústavem dějin umění AV ČR, jsou zaměřeny na sepulkrální památky jako hmotné artefakty sepulkrální kultury a umělecká díla v tradičním pojetí, s věcným či metodickým vztahem ke středoevropskému kontextu. Nevyhýbají se ani tématům, které šířeji osvětlují kontext, ve kterém tyto památky vznikaly a funkčně se uplatňovaly. Důraz je kladen na interdisciplinární charakter zasedání. Vícejazyčná publikace obsahuje celkem 22 statí a 3 kratší zprávy, které pokrývají danou problematiku od středověku do 20. století. Nově byly zařazeny i příspěvky k památkám židovským a islámským. Keywords: sepulchral monuments; epigraphy; interdisciplinarity; methodology; Central Europe; 15th-21th centuries Available at various institutes of the ASCR
Epigraphica & Sepulcralia 8. Forum of epigraphical and sepulchral studies

he proceedings of the jubilee 15th international session on the issue of sepulchral monuments, which took place in Prague on 19 October – 21 October 2016. These regular conferences, organized since ...

Roháček, Jiří
Ústav dějin umění, 2019

Dr. Schuh´s Projection Microscope and the “Daguerreotype in Practice”
Trnková, Petra
2018 - Czech
The central focus of the paper is one of three daguerreotype photomicrographs that have been preserved in Central European collections. Namely the one that is to be found today in the National Technical Museum in Prague, which has traditionally been attributed to the rector of the grammar school in Litomyšl (East Bohemia), Florus Ignatz Stašek. Attention is payed both to the technical conditions under which this image may have been created and the question of who was responsible for it, with reference to the role (which cannot be overlooked) played by one of the pioneers of photography and modern microscopy in Austria, Carl Schuh. Ústřední téma příspěvku představuje jedna ze tří mikrodaguerrotypií, které se dochovaly ve středoevropských sbírkách, a sice té, jež se dnes nachází v NTM v Praze a jejíž autorství je tradičně přisuzováno rektoru litomyšlského gymnázia Floru Ignáci Staškovi. Pozornost zde je věnována jak technickým podmínkám možného vzniku tohoto snímku, tak otázce autorství, přičemž je poukázáno na nepřehlédnutelnou roli jednoho z průkopníků fotografie a moderní mikroskopie v Rakousku Carla Schuha. Keywords: photography; daguerreotype; daguerreotype photomicrograph; Carl Schuh; Florus Ignatz Stašek (Staschek); projection microscope Available at various institutes of the ASCR
Dr. Schuh´s Projection Microscope and the “Daguerreotype in Practice”

The central focus of the paper is one of three daguerreotype photomicrographs that have been preserved in Central European collections. Namely the one that is to be found today in the National ...

Trnková, Petra
Ústav dějin umění, 2018

The Concept of the Cave and the Theory of All Art
Petrasová, Taťána
2018 - Czech
The text is based on the well-known fact that in the 18th century a merging of garden theory and architectural theory occurred, and raises the question of how the theory of architecture and the theory of gardens came to be linked. In the author’s view, the two theories were brought closer by the attempt at that time to create a universal theory of all art forms as advocated by Johann Wolfgang Goethe. Text vychází ze známé skutečnosti, že v 18. století došlo k prolnutí zahradní a architektonické teorie a klade si otázku jak se teorie architektury a teorie zahrad propojily. Podle autorky ke sbližování obou teorií přispěla dobová snaha vytvořit univerzální teorii všech umění, tak jak ji prosazoval J. W. Goethe. Keywords: Czech lands; Germany; 18th century; Neo-Classicism; architecture; fine arts Available at various institutes of the ASCR
The Concept of the Cave and the Theory of All Art

The text is based on the well-known fact that in the 18th century a merging of garden theory and architectural theory occurred, and raises the question of how the theory of architecture and the theory ...

Petrasová, Taťána
Ústav dějin umění, 2018

Art in an unsettled time. Bohemian book illumination before Gutenberg (c. 1375-1450)
Studničková, Milada; Theisen, M.
2018 - English
Thirteen studies in English and German bring new insights into a number of masterpieces of Bohemian book painting, which have been examined so far mainly from a stylistic point of view. The book also acquaints the readers with unknown or little-known manuscripts. The publication illustrates how the turbulent end of the 14th century and the socio-political changes of the Hussite period influenced the form of manuscript production. The researches, inter alia, focus on the relationship between text and image, the function of the depiction, the mass productin of manuscripts, and the question of what Hussite iconography is. Keywords: illuminated manuscripts; Bohemian book painting; Hussite iconography Available at various institutes of the ASCR
Art in an unsettled time. Bohemian book illumination before Gutenberg (c. 1375-1450)

Thirteen studies in English and German bring new insights into a number of masterpieces of Bohemian book painting, which have been examined so far mainly from a stylistic point of view. The book also ...

Studničková, Milada; Theisen, M.
Ústav dějin umění, 2018

Dresden - Prag um 1600. Studia Rudolphina Sonderheft 02
Bukovinská, Beket; Konečný, Lubomír
2018 - German
This publication, prepared by the Rudolpine Center represents both a sequel to the 2009 volume München–Prag um 1600, and at the same time the continuation of a project focused on charting the contacts among the imperial court of Rudolf II and other courts in Central Europe. The volume brings together the contributions delivered at the international conference organized by the Institute of Art History ASCR jointly with Staatliche Kunstsammlungen in Dresden. At the outset there were sketched the rich contacts between Prague and Dresden. The following papers brought new information concerning the visual arts, science and culture in both capitals. They documented the importance of exanges of artists and of the importance of gifts.\nContributors:\nan Baťa (Univerzita Karlova v Praze), Václav Bůžek (Jihočeská univerzita v Českých Budějovicích), Wolfram Dolz, Michael Korey Peter Plaßmeyer, (Mathamatisch-Physikalischer Salon, Staatliche Kunstsammlungen Dresden), Angelica Dülberg (Landesamt für Denkmalpflege Sachsen), Eliška Fučíková (Praha), Vladimír Karpenko (Praha), Thomas DaCosta Kaufamnn (Princeton University), Jutta Kappel, Dirk Syndram, Ulrike Weinhold (Grünes Gewölbe SKD), Jürgen Müller (Technische Universität Dresden), Holger Schuckelt (Rüstkammer, SKD), Martin Šolc (Astronomický ústav UK), Helen Watanabe-O’Kelly (University of Oxford), Jürgen Zimmer (Berlin), Beket Bukovinská, Martin Krummholz, Ivan P. Muchka, Ivo Purš (ÚDU AVČR). Diese Publikation des Zentrums zur Erforschung der Kunst und Kultur der Zeit Rudolfs II. schließt an den Sammelband von 2009 an und ist eine Fortsetzung des Projektes, das sich auf die Kartierung der Kontakte zwischen dem Kaiserhof Rudolfs II. und den Herrscherhöfen Mitteleuropas konzentriert. Auch diesmal dokumentiert der Band die Ergebnisse der internationalen Konferenzen, die in Zusammenarbeit mit den Staatlichen Kunstsammlungen Dresden vom 17. bis 20. 3. 2015 in Dresden und Prag stattfanden. In der Einführung des Bandes werden die reichen Verbindungen zwischen Prag und Dresden angesprochen. Die durchweg mit reichem Bildmaterial ausgestatteten Texte kartieren anschließend gemeinsame Interessen auf dem Gebiet der Kunst, Wissenschaft und Kultur und erbringen neue Erkenntnisse über den Transfer von Künstlern zwischen beiden Höfen, sie dokumentieren den Austausch wissenschaftlicher Erkenntnisse und betonen die große Bedeutung herrschaftlicher Schenkungen.\nTextautoren: \nJan Baťa (Univerzita Karlova v Praze), Václav Bůžek (Jihočeská univerzita v Českých Budějovicích), Wolfram Dolz, Michael Korey Peter Plaßmeyer, (Mathamatisch-Physikalischer Salon, Staatliche Kunstsammlungen Dresden), Angelica Dülberg (Landesamt für Denkmalpflege Sachsen), Eliška Fučíková (Praha), Vladimír Karpenko (Praha), Thomas DaCosta Kaufamnn (Princeton University), Jutta Kappel, Dirk Syndram, Ulrike Weinhold (Grünes Gewölbe SKD), Jürgen Müller (Technische Universität Dresden), Holger Schuckelt (Rüstkammer, SKD), Martin Šolc (Astronomický ústav UK), Helen Watanabe-O’Kelly (University of Oxford), Jürgen Zimmer (Berlin), Beket Bukovinská, Martin Krummholz, Ivan P. Muchka, Ivo Purš (ÚDU AVČR). Keywords: court of Rudolf II; ruler courts; Central Europe Available at various institutes of the ASCR
Dresden - Prag um 1600. Studia Rudolphina Sonderheft 02

This publication, prepared by the Rudolpine Center represents both a sequel to the 2009 volume München–Prag um 1600, and at the same time the continuation of a project focused on charting the contacts ...

Bukovinská, Beket; Konečný, Lubomír
Ústav dějin umění, 2018

Andrew from Austria - The Scribe of the So-called Morgan Bible
Kubínová, Kateřina
2018 - English
The curriculum vitae of the scribe Andrew from Austria was compile according to the historical sources. The author also pointed to the probable Andrew´s relation with Hasenburg family. Keywords: medieval illuminated manuscripts; medieval paleography; bible Available at various institutes of the ASCR
Andrew from Austria - The Scribe of the So-called Morgan Bible

The curriculum vitae of the scribe Andrew from Austria was compile according to the historical sources. The author also pointed to the probable Andrew´s relation with Hasenburg family.

Kubínová, Kateřina
Ústav dějin umění, 2018

On the Petrographic Analysis of the Bern Pietà and the Pietà in St. Petersburg
Hlobil, Ivo
2018 - Czech
The article points to the diametrically different results of the petrographic analysis of matter, from which two Pietà of the Beautiful Style around 1400 in Bern and St. Petersburg were allegedly made, as can be found in the current art historical literature. Stať upozorňuje na rozdílné výsledky petrografické analýzy materie, z které jsou zhotoveny piety krásného slohu z doby kolem roku 1400 v Bernu a Petrohradě, jak se vyskytují v recentní uměleckohistorické literatuře. Keywords: Beautiful Style around 1400; sculpture; Pietàs in Bern and St. Petersburg; petrographic analysis Available at various institutes of the ASCR
On the Petrographic Analysis of the Bern Pietà and the Pietà in St. Petersburg

The article points to the diametrically different results of the petrographic analysis of matter, from which two Pietà of the Beautiful Style around 1400 in Bern and St. Petersburg were allegedly ...

Hlobil, Ivo
Ústav dějin umění, 2018

Architectura recreationis: Lusthaus or Summer Palace, a Successful Building Type in Early Modern Europe
Muchka, Ivan
2017 - English
The article will examine the definition of one building type, that of Lusthaus or summer palace (in comparison to another term with a very broad historical sense – villa), in order to be able to interpret better the concrete examples of this type. In validating the formal possibilities and refining the functions, builders and architects were able to achieve more cultivated results of their work. Keywords: architecture; summer palaces; architectural typology; early modern era Available in digital repository of the ASCR
Architectura recreationis: Lusthaus or Summer Palace, a Successful Building Type in Early Modern Europe

The article will examine the definition of one building type, that of Lusthaus or summer palace (in comparison to another term with a very broad historical sense – villa), in order to be able to ...

Muchka, Ivan
Ústav dějin umění, 2017

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