Course: History of sgraffito 2

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Course title History of sgraffito 2
Course code DVU/ADSW2
Organizational form of instruction Lecture + Seminary
Level of course Bachelor
Year of study not specified
Semester Summer
Number of ECTS credits 3
Language of instruction Czech
Status of course Compulsory-optional
Form of instruction Face-to-face
Work placements This is not an internship
Recommended optional programme components None
  • Waisser Pavel, Mgr. Ph.D.
Course content
1. Origin of the technique and antique tradition 2. Technology 3. Quatrocento and cinquecento in Italy 4. Central Europe and international mannerism 5. Specifics of the Czech Crownlands in 16th century 6. Sgraffito and historim 7. Social realism 8. Subject polemics of in the 20th and 21th century

Learning activities and teaching methods
Lecture, Projection (static, dynamic)
  • Preparation for the Exam - 8 hours per semester
  • Excursion - 14 hours per semester
Learning outcomes
Lectures are concentrated on charkteristics of the sgraffito as a wall decorative technique, outlining plaster technologies, social background and wider urbanistic and artificial programmes which are using sgraffito inside theirconcepts. The accent is put on the 15th,16th and 17th century. Opening lesson includes also antique determinations of thetechnique in the light of archeological findings and architectural treatises. Final lectures are devoted to the 19th, 20th and 21th century view on the sgraffito technique.
Through the sgrafitto as a phenomen students shoud beable to be thinking in diverse angels of view, methodicaly recognise individual contexts and different paradigmas.
concurrent enrollment seminars DVU/DSW1, History graffiti 1, 1h here., ZS completion of lectures and seminars winter semester (DVU/DSW1), concurrent enrollment seminars DVU/DSW1

Assessment methods and criteria
Didactic Test, Dialog

regular participation , Framework knowledge
Recommended literature
  • André Chastel. (2003). Vyplenění Říma: Od manýrismu k protireformaci (překlad Ivo Lukáš). Brno.
  • Ferdinand Seibt(ed.). (1985). Renaissance in Böhmen. München .
  • GüntherThiem - ChristelThiem. (1964). ToskanischeFassadendekoration in Sgrafito und Fresko. Münchnen .
  • JacobBurckhardt. (1912). Kultura renaissanční doby v Itálii I, II . Praha .
  • Jarmila Krčálová. (1989). Renesanční nástěnná malba v Čechách a na Moravě, in: Jiří Dvorský (ed.), Dějiny českého výtvarného umění II/1. Praha 1989.
  • MargareteBaur-Heinhold. (1975). BemalteFassaden: Geschichte, Vorbild, Technik, Erneuerung. München.
  • MargareteBaur-Heinhold. (1952). SüddeutscheFassadenmalereivomMittelalter bis zumGegenwart. München.
  • Marina Dmitrieva-Einhorn. (2001). Rhetorik der Fassaden: Fassadendekorationen in Böhmen. Stuttgart .
  • SigridUhle-Wettler. (1994). KunsttheorieundFassadenmalerei (1450-1750). Weimar .
  • Vlasta Dvořáková - Helena Machálková. (1954). Malovaná průčelí české pozdní gotiky a renesance. Zprávy památkové péče XIV.
  • Vratislav Nejedlý ? Petr Pavelec. (2003). K historii a metodologickým otázkám restaurování sgrafit. Zprávy památkové péče 63.

Study plans that include the course
Faculty Study plan (Version) Branch of study Category Recommended year of study Recommended semester
Faculty of Arts The History of Art and the Theory of Art (2015) Theory and history of arts 2 Summer