Tytuvėnų bažnyčios paveikslo "Švč. Mergelė Marija su Vaikeliu", puošto metaliniais aptaisais ir karūnomis, istorinė apžvalga ir restauravimas

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Tytuvėnų bažnyčios paveikslo "Švč. Mergelė Marija su Vaikeliu", puošto metaliniais aptaisais ir karūnomis, istorinė apžvalga ir restauravimas
Alternative Title:
Historical overview and restoration of the painting "Blessed Virgin Mary and Child" (decorated with metal setting and crowns) of the blessed Virgin Mary Church in Tytuvėnai
In the Journal:
Lietuvos dailės muziejaus metraštis [LDM metraštis]. 2008, t. 11, p. 143-161
Istorinė apžvalga; Metalo aptaisai ir karūnos; Paveikslai; Paveldas; Restauracija; Restauravimas' Paveikslas Švč. Mergelė Marija su vaikeliu; Tapyba; Tytuvėnai; Švč. Mergelės Marijos bažnyčia.
And Crowns; Blessed Virgin Mary Church; Heritage; Images; Istorical Overview; Metal Setting; Painting; Painting Blessed Virgin Mary and Child; Restoration; Tytuvėnai.
Summary / Abstract:

ENAccording to painting restorers and art historians, the painting “Blessed Virgin Mary and a Child” (16th-17th c), which is displayed at the central altar of Tytuvėnai The Blessed Virgin Mary Church, is one of the most profound paintings in Lithuania, depicting Virgin Mary. The authors of the article describe some interesting historical, cultural, political and religious events, which influenced the formation of the cult of Virgin Mary in the Grand Duchy of Lithuanian in the 16th and 17th centuries. The idea of the painting belongs to the erudite bishop Eustachijus Valavičius (1560-1630), who asked an unknown, but extremely talented painter to create the sketch of the painting. Over the years, the painting deteriorated and was restored several times, thus it had to be urgently conserved. The restorers of Pranas Gudynas Restoration Centre of the Lithuanian Art Museum together with restoration technologists and experts of metal and wood restoration embarked on the painstaking task of restoring the badly damaged painting. The Restoration Council prepared and approved a programme for supervising the process of restoration and conservation of the painting. The restoration programme was based on historical and artistic, biological, chemical and physical examination of the painting. Moreover, detailed photofixation was carried out before, during and after the conservation of the painting and full documentation of the restoration of the painting was prepared. The restored painting “Blessed Virgin Mary and Child” was returned to the central altar of The Blessed Virgin Mary Church in Tytuvėnai.

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Tytuvėnų Bernardinų bažnyčia ir vienuolynas / sudarė Dalia Klajumienė. Vilnius : Vilniaus dailės akademijos leidykla, 2004. 346 p.
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