Lietuvos architektūros istorija. 2, Nuo XVII a. pradžios iki XIX a. vidurio

Mokslo publikacijos / Scientific publications
Document Type:
Knyga / Book
Lietuvių kalba / Lithuanian
Lietuvos architektūros istorija. 2, Nuo XVII a. pradžios iki XIX a. vidurio
Alternative Title:
History of Lithuanian architecture. 2
Jankevičienė, Algė, redagavimas [edt]
Publication Data:
Vilnius : Mokslo ir enciklopedijų leidykla, 1994.
592 p
Autoriai: J. Baršauskas, K. Čerbulėnas, R. Jaloveckas, A. Jankevičienė, V. Levandauskas, I. Lukšaitė, A. Miškinis, A. Pilypaitis, M. Poželaitė, D. Puodžiukienė, M. Rupeikienė, F. Sliesoriūnas, V. Zubovas. Bibliografija prie skyrių ir rodyklės. Bibliografija ir rodyklės.
Lietuva; Architektūros istorija; Miestų architektūra; Sakralinė architektūra; Bažnyčios; Dvarai.
Lithuania; Buildings; History of architecture; Churches.
Summary / Abstract:

LTLeidinyje parodoma visa XVII a. - XIX a. vidurio architektūros įvairovė: nuo įžymiausių, epochinių baroko ir klasicizmo sluių paminklų iki paprastų, artimų tautos tradicijoms pastatų. Analogišku principu apžvelgiama ir Lietuvos urbanistika. Pirmajame skyriuje supažindinama su baroko epochos kultūra, nagrinėjama XVII a. vidurio - XVIII a, septintojo-aštuntojo dešimtmečių miestų ir miestelių urbanistinė raida. Antrajame - po Švietimo epochos apžvalgos pateikiama miestų ir miestelių bei klasicizmo architektūros analizė nuo XVIII a. septintojo-aštuntojo dešimtmečių iki 1861 m. [Anotacija knygoje]

ENThe second volume of the History oi Lithuanian Architecture covers the development of urban construction and architecture from the beginning of the 16th to the middle of the 19th centuries in the course of which Lithuania saw two important cultural epochs: Baroque and Classicism. Part One deals with the urban construction and architecture of Baroque. Towns and townships devastated during the wars in the middle of the 17th and at the beginning of the 18th centuries had not been rebuilt for a long time. In the territories of most towns old streets disappeared and their centres were altered after the wars. It was spontaneous development rather than systematic planning set up in the 16th century that dom inated town extention. Under unfavourable economic conditions towns and townships did not grow, their plans underwent insignificant changes: they remained radial, linear and mixed, only in a few cases regularly formed, rectangular plans predominated. The urban principles of Baroque style were used seldom in town planning. Part Two elucidates the development of Lithuanian towns and townships but seldom reconstructed after wars and other calamities. They developed spontaneously up to 1795. Only some of them (in private estates exclusively) were deliberately reconstructed in accordance with the clas-sical and traditional principles of rectangular plan. Despite that in the first hall of the 17th century under different political, economic and social conditions many Lithuanian towns and townships became stronger economically and extended, only a small part of them were formed following the principles of Russian town planning. [From the publication]

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