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2012 | 3 | 2 | 144-163
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Kroměřížská architektura 19. století. II. část

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In the second half of the 19th century the yet dominant influence of the archbishopric on the Kroměříž architecture abates. Nevertheless, the archbishopric architect Gustav Meretta, constructing in the Neo-Renaissance style, remains one of the most influential architects of the time. In late historism, two builders were of crucial importance for Kroměříž – Ladislav Mesenský St. and Felix Skibinský, who also spread the construction style in the spirit of Art Nouveau. The most remarkable art nouveau work of art is the extensive premises of the insane asylum by Hubert Gessner, a graduate of Otto Wagner.
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  • Muzeum umeni Olomouc, Czech rep
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