Istorinių želdynų liudijimai Onos Römerienės akvarelėse

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Lietuvių kalba / Lithuanian
Title:
Istorinių želdynų liudijimai Onos Römerienės akvarelėse
In the Journal:
Acta Academiae Artium Vilnensis [AAAV]. 2018, t. 88/89, p. 125-139. Sodai: tradicijos, įvaizdžiai, simboliai Lietuvos kultūroje
Keywords:
LT
Ona Soltanaitė-Römerienė; Bajorai Römeriai; Dvaro sodyba; Istoriniai želdynai; Dvarų kultūra; Gėlių natiurmortas.
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Ona Soltanaitė-Römerienė; Noble Römer family; Manor estate; Historical flower gardens; Manor culture; Still life with flowers.
Summary / Abstract:

LTStraipsnis skirtas fragmentiškam dailininkės Onos Soltanaitės-Römerienės (1895–1974) veiklos aspektui – kūrybai, kuri perteikia Janapolio dvaro sodybos (dab. Latvija, Rėzeknės apskr.) dekoratyvinės augmenijos įvairovę – pristatyti. Remiantis išlikusiais kūriniais ir archyvine medžiaga identifikuojami šioje sodyboje puoselėti žydintys augalai, kartu analizuojamas menininkės kūrybinis braižas bei intencijos. Janapolis, nors ir nebuvo Lietuvos teritorijoje, tradiciškai labai artimai siejosi su Trakų atšakos Römeriais, tad šio dvaro žaliojo paveldo istoriją siūloma skaityti ir kaip mūsų krašto žmogaus sugyvenimo su gamta pavyzdį. [Iš leidinio]

ENArtist Ona Soltanaitė-Römerienė (1895–1974), having married the heir of the Trakai branch of the Römeris family Antanas Kazimieras Römeris (1899–1973) in 1918, lived and created in the Janapolis manor (today, Rezekne County in Latvia) for twenty-two years. She worked in a realistic manner and painted some watercolours representing the manor surroundings and the plants of its flower gardens. The surviving works and archival material allow us to identify approximately twenty flowering plants cultivated on the Janapolis estate. A tentative comparison of the flower gardens of the Janapolis estate and a flower bed of a Lithuanian peasant household allows us to assert that the majority of the flowering plants – red lilies, larkspurs, dahlias, Phlox paniculata, Alcea rosea, marigolds, common snapdragons, primroses, Rudbeckia laciniata, Chinese peonies, Dicentra spectabilis, lupines, Hemerocallis fulva, irises, Aquilegia vulgaris – were cultivated both in manors and in peasant environment. Certain differences are observed: in flower beds of peasant households, fragrant flowers used for making medicines were widely grown, and in flower gardens of manors, flowers not attributed to traditional flower bed plants – hostas, clematis, decorative poppies – could be found. Contrary to what was customary for nobles, peasants usually did not pick flowers to decorate their environment, and the colour was not the main selection principle of flowering plants. From the art historical perspective, flower compositions painted by Römerienė are not innovatory, thus this part of her work should be regarded above all as an original record of manor life. [From the publication]

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1392-0316
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2019-09-16 12:13:33
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