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Acta Artis Academica 2010

ACTA ARTIS ACADEMICA 2010

The Story of Art – Artwork Changes in Time

Editorial: David Hradil a Janka Hradilová

Publisher: Akademie výtvarných umění v Praze

ISBN 978-80-87108-14-7

19 EUR (+10% VAT)

For purchase please contact seminar@alma-lab.cz

The issue includes papers from the 3rd ALMA interdisciplinary seminar called “The Story of Art – Artwork Changes in Time” held on November 24-25, 2010 in Břevnov Monastery, Prague. The papers are published in Czech and English. The papers of the invited lecturers are published in English or French respectively and a Czech translation is provided.

 

CONTENT:

Joseph A.Cannataci

From e-heritageto e-law: some technology-enabled layers in conservation

Valentine Henderiks, Hélène Mund

Apport à la connaissance du Maître de Hoogstraten.Le Triptyque de la Sainte Famille entourée d’anges

Manfred Schreiner

Non-invasive determination of painting materials by x-ray fluorescence analysis (XRF) and Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy (FTIR) in the reflection mode

Cristina Serendan, Janka Hradilová, David Hradil

The imitation of brocade fabrics in late medieval altarpieces from Transylvania

Igor Fogaš

The Importance of a Comparative Method for the Determination of a Painting’s Authorship

Radana Hamsíková-Podzemná, Dagmar Hamsíková

Restoration and Problems of Dating of the Tomb of Prince Vratislav in the St. George’s Basilica at Prague Castle; Bohemian Master of the Third Fourth of the 14th Century

David Hradil, Janka Hradilová, Petr Bezdička

New Criteria for Classification of and Differentiation between Clay and Iron Oxide Pigments of Various Origins

Janka Hradilová, Hana Mislerová

Painting Technique of Portraits Painted in the 19th Century by Friedrich von Amerling

Štěpánka Chlumská, Dorothea Pechová, Radka Šefců, Anna Třeštíková

Examples of the Use of Fluorite in Painting and Sculpture of the Late Gothic and Early Renaissance in the Historical Art Funds of Bohemia and Moravia; Results of the Partial; Investigation of Selected Works

Jan Klípa, Adam Pokorný, Jana Sanyová

Triptych with the Death of the Virgin Mary, Known as the Roudnice Altarpiece; Notes on the Painting Technique and the Art-historical Context

Jakub Pečený

Experiences with the Application of the Medical X-ray Computer Tomograph in Research of Historical and Artistic Objevte

Michal Rybníček, Tomáš Kolář, Tomáš Kyncl, Josef Kyncl

Dendrochronological Dating of Artefacts

Eva Skarolková-Stuchlíková

Uncovering and Restoration of the Renaissance Painting Ornamentation of the Former Baquet Hall lin the Schwarzenberg Palace in Hradčany, Prague

Radomír Surma

Sebastiano del Piombo: Four Stages of the Development of the Author’s Composition During the Creation of his Painting Madonnaof the Veil

Vladimír Šrein, Blanka Šreinová, Janka Hradilová

Historical Exploitation of Fluorite as a Painting Pigment in Central Europe in the 15th - 16th Centuries

Silvie Švarcová, Petr Bezdička, David Hradil, Ivo Žižak

Určení provenience jílových pigmentů na základě charakterizace krystalové struktury

Jitka Vlčková,Janka Hradilová, Jana Sanyová, Silvie Švarcová

Piecing Together a Story of the Medieval Work of Art: Man of Sorrows on a Console with an Angel Bust from the Old Town City Hall in Prague

Jan Žemlička, Jan Jakůbek, Martin Kroupa, David Hradil, Janka Hradilová, Hana Mislerová

Energy Sensitive X-ray Radiography for the Non-destructive Inspection of Historical Paintings