Emoce v obraze od středověku po současnost. Seminář dějin umění k poctě Ladislava Kesnera

Title in English Emotions in Image from the Middle Ages to the Present
Authors

FOLETTI Ivan GALETA Jan JAKUBEC Ondřej NOKKALA MILTOVÁ Radka BAHOUNKOVÁ Šárka CAMPINI Ruben MORASCHI Annalisa ČERNOCKÁ Jana DEUTSCH Martin DOLEŽALOVÁ Klára DROBE Christian FILIPOVÁ Alžběta FILIPOVÁ Marta FLÍDR Aleš FOLETTI Karolina FRANK Jakub FRANTOVÁ Zuzana GAZDAGOVÁ Jana HALAMOVÁ Veronika HOJDYSZ Michaela JAEGEROVÁ Anna KRAVČÍKOVÁ Katarína KROUPA Jiří KUJELOVÁ Denisa LEJOSNE Cassandre LEŠÁK Martin LEXOVÁ Petra MARVANOVÁ Žaneta MRÁZOVÁ Martina MUSILOVÁ Helena MÚDRY Pavol PALLADINO Adrien PETŘÍKOVÁ Martina PICHANIČOVÁ Veronika POMAJZLOVÁ Alena RAMPLEY Matthew RICHTROVÁ Eva ROSENBERGOVÁ Sabina RUSINKO Marcela ŘEZNÍČKOVÁ Veronika ŘÍHOVÁ Tereza SECKLEHNER Julia SLAVÍČEK Lubomír SUCHÁNEK Pavel ŠEFERISOVÁ LOUDOVÁ Michaela ŠOLC Martin TICHÁ Pavla JAKUBČO Martin VALEŠ Tomáš VRLÍKOVÁ Lenka WILLERTHOVÁ Petra

Year of publication 2021
Type Monograph
Citation
Description Depicting human emotions and moving the viewer have been at the centre of artistic expression since antiquity. When confronted with works of art, one can be moved deeply and experience emotions even without any such explicit authorial intent or depiction of these. The book tells the stories of various paintings, sculptures, buildings, jewels and conceptual works of art that have this effect on the viewers, including not only the target audience but also those who approach the works nowadays as well as the art historians who study them. The authors of the individual papers reflect on the works from the perspective of erudite art historians; however, there are universal human emotions involved. As reminded by Ladislav Kesner to whom this book is dedicated, subjective and emotional experiencing of the works of art is fundamental to the history of arts.

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