Pagal Pranciškaus Smuglevičiaus piešinius atspausti grafikos darbai (Romos laikotarpis)

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Lietuvių kalba / Lithuanian
Title:
Pagal Pranciškaus Smuglevičiaus piešinius atspausti grafikos darbai (Romos laikotarpis)
Alternative Title:
Graphic works (Roman period ) im printed according to the drawings of Pranciškus Smuglevičius
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Lietuvių katalikų mokslo akademijos metraštis [LKMA metraštis]. 2014, t. 38, p. 109-127
Summary / Abstract:

ENMuch is known about the works of the painter Pranciškus Smuglevičius (1745–1807), but the works of art created during his year of studies in Rome have been researched very little, and in the written biographies there is only information of a general nature. In order to ascertain the overall tendencies of the spread of the images of art works of Antiquity in graphic vouchers the article analyzes the prevailing favorable conditions in Rome for the flourishing of art and culture, the sources of whose inspiration were the ancient art and architecture of Antiquity. In Rome Smuglevičius became famous and was highly regarded as a painter and illustrator, and therefore his talents soon attracted the attention of financially interested publishers of illustrated books and graphic prints. Namely, Smuglevičius in 1765–1766 illustrated the album of James Byres Antiquites of Corneto, in 1770 the study Il Vignola Illustrato written by Giambattista Spampani and Carlo Antonini students of Rome’s St. Luke’s Academy of Architecture, in 1772 the Ragionamento di Orazio Orlandi romano sopra una ara antica posseduta dal monsignore Antonio Casali governatore di Roma released by Orazio Orlandi, in 1776 the album Vestigia delle Terme di Tito e loro interne pitture of Ludovico Mirri together with Brenna, in 1782 the first volume of Statue del Museo Pio-Clementino of Mirri along with other artists, and in 1784 the publication Nuova raccolta di statue, busti, bassirilievi, e urne antiche esistenti nel nuovo Museo Pio-Clementino nel Vatikano of Giuseppe Nave with other artists.For up to now unknown reasons, at the very peak of his popularity, perhaps tempted by the offered privileges and workplace of Poland’s King Stanislaw August Poniatowski in 1784 Smuglevičius went from Rome to Warsaw and later in 1795 moved to Vilnius. This article explores some of the up to now unknown facts about the creative works of Smuglevičius according to which the author of the article states that there must be more unknown until now, books or albums, with illustrations by Smuglevičius. [From the publication]

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