„HISTORISCHE BESCHREIBUNGEN“ VON MAULBERTSCHS FRESKEN IN DYJE, LOUKA UND STRAHOV: EINIGE BEMERKUNGEN ZUR BEZIEHUNG ZWISCHEN TEXT UND BILD
„Historische Beschreibungen“ of Maulbertsch frescoes in Dyje, Louka and Strahov: Some notes on the relationship between text and image
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The contemporary printed descriptions published in the second half of the 18th century in Premonstratensian monasteries Louka near Znojmo and Prague-Strahov to the wall paintings of Franz Anton Maulbertsch (1724-1796), are not unfamiliar in art history. They have been used mainly as an invaluable source for reconstructing iconographic programs of Maulbertsch’s disappeared frescoes in the refectory and library hall in Louka monastery. But these texts may be examined also separately, in terms of the method of their content statement, relation to the wall paintings, or their functions and receptions.
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