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From a Finding to Interpretation

Zuzana Macurová – Tomáš Valeš (edd.), From a Finding to Interpretation: Connoisseurship, Collecting and Iconography of Early Modern Art, Brno 2019

by Radka Nokkala Miltová

This publication consists of essays by art historians from the Czech Republic and other countries (four contributors are members of the BCPCE). The volume is thematically focused on connoisseurship, collecting and iconography of early modern art. Chapters of the book are characterized by new findings and by innovative applications of novel methodological approaches resulting into innovative interpretations. The intention of the book is to honour 70th anniversary of professor Lubomír Slavíček, who as one of the leading Czech art historians, specializes – although by no means exclusively – on early modern art.  

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AHAS 16/1-2, 2011

Baroque Ceiling Painting. Public and Private Devotion in the Towns of Central Europe and Northern Italy, AHAS 16/1-2, 2011

Proceedings of the international conference “Ceiling Painting around 1700. Public and Private Devotion in the Towns of Central Europe and North Italy”, Ljubljana, October 16 – 18, 2008. Published by France Stele Institute of Art History ZRC SAZU.

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Generationen – Interpretationen – Konfrontationen

Barbara Balážová (Hrsg.), Generationen – Interpretationen – Konfrontationen (Sammelband von Beiträgen aus der internationalen Konferenz in den Tagen 20. – 22. April 2005 in Bratislava), Bratislava 2007

Institute of Art History, Slovak Academy of Sciences, 368 pp.,
ISBN: 978-80-968682-9-2


Baroque Celing Painting in Central Europe

Martin Mádl – Michaela Šeferisová Loudová – Zora Wörgötter (edd.), Baroque Celing Painting in Central Europe / Barocke Deckenmalerei in Mitteleuropa (Proceedings of the International Conference, Brno – Prague, 27th of September – 1st of October 2005), Praha 2007

Published by Artefactum, Institute of Art History, Cech Academy of Sciences, 325 pp. 29,7 x 20,7 cm, paperback, ISBN: 80-86890-14-7