Andriaus Kazimiero Kuropatnickio tezių grafikos kompozicija: dedikuojama karaliui Jonui Sobieskiui ir karalaičiui Jokūbui

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Language:
Lietuvių kalba / Lithuanian
Title:
Andriaus Kazimiero Kuropatnickio tezių grafikos kompozicija: dedikuojama karaliui Jonui Sobieskiui ir karalaičiui Jokūbui
Alternative Title:
Graphic composition of theses by Andrzej Kazimierz Kuropatnicki - dedicated to King Jan Sobieski and Prince Jakub
In the Journal:
Acta Academiae Artium Vilnensis [AAAV]. 2012, t. 65-66, p. 269-281. Lietuvos kultūros karališkasis dėmuo: įvaizdžiai, simboliai, reliktai
Keywords:
LT
Andrius Kazimieras Kuropatnickis; Jonas Sobieskis; Grafikos kompozicija; Ikonografinė programa; Atvaizdas.
EN
Andrzej Kazimierz Kuropatnicki; Jan Sobieski; Etching composition; Iconographic programme; Image.
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LTStraipsnyje norima aptarti Lietuvos nacionaliniame muziejuje esančią grafikos kompoziciją Lenkijos karaliaus ir Lietuvos didžiojo kunigaikščio Jono Sobieskio apoteozė ir ją palyginti su Prahos nacionalinės bibliotekos Andriaus Kazimiero Kuropatnickio tezėmis. Pastaroji 1682 m. sukurta tezių grafikos kompozicija leidžia atkurti L NM raižinio, kaip vienos tezių dalių, įrašus ir ikonografinę programą. Šios kompozicijos studijos yra reikalingos dailėtyrininkams ir kitiems tyrinėtojams, kurių studijos siejamos su tezių kūryba ir su mokslo tradicija jėzuitų universitetuose XVII a. [Iš leidinio]

ENIn the article, the unsigned etching composition "Apotheosis of Jan Sobieski, Lithuanian Grand Duke and King of Poland" contained in the collection of the Lithuanian National Museum is described and compared to the composition "Thesis by Andrzej Kazimierz Kuropatnicki", created by Bartholomäus Kilian after a drawing by Antonin Lublinsky in 1682 and field in the National Library of Prague. In the 17-18"' c. scientific degrees were awarded at the universities after the presenting and advocating of theological, philosophical and other kinds of thesis. The theses that were presented were often printed as books or as separate sheets of etchings. The latter usually consisted of a composition of separate etchings, which artists joined into a larger sheet. These etchings had an especially distinctive expression of images and text and symbols. The article describes the composition created for a philosophical thesis presented at Prague's Jesuit Ferdinand University. It consisted of four connected etchings, although only two of them survive today. Based on this composition of thesis from the National Library of Prague, the similar scenes, dedications and thesis inscriptions attempts have been made to recreate the thesis from the Lithuanian National Museum. Also, the creative idea of the compositions and its nature are described in the iconographic aspect.In the composition of the "Thesis by Andrzej Kazimierz Kuropatnicki", two themes are presented, which are developed through multifaceted descriptive scenes and allegories. One of them could be called a Philosophical Thesis. This theme is conveyed by inscriptions of thesis from logic, physics, metaphysics, ethics and mathematics - subjects taught at Jesuit universities. Based on the composition from the Library of Prague, some of the subjects - personifications of philosophical teachings and Kuropatnickis image are recreated in the composition from the Lithuanian National Museum. The second theme could be denoted as the Apotheosis of Jan Sobieski; it reveals an image of Jan Sobieski, who was Lithuanian Grand Duke and King of Poland. The iconographic details of the etching allow us to state that Jan Sobieskis battle with the Turks is portrayed. The composition of "Thesis by Andrzej Kazimierz Kuropatnicki" interests art historians and other researchers as a work of art and also as a cultural occurrence. This etching is an important historical source, introducing the importance of the creation of thesis in the university environment of the 17th c. [From the publication]

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9786094470684
ISSN:
1392-0316
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2018-12-17 13:31:59
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