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Title:POGLED NA FIGURO V OPUSU AUGUSTA RODINA
Authors:Mujović, Biljana (Author)
Vidmar, Polona (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
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Language:Slovenian
Work type:Undergraduate thesis (m5)
Typology:2.11 - Undergraduate Thesis
Organization:PEF - Faculty of Education
Abstract:V diplomskem delu Pogled na figuro v opusu Augusta Rodina so predstavljeni način in karakteristike Rodinovega ustvarjanja, ki so opredeljeni skozi njegove izbrane kipe in kiparske skupine. Predstavljen je izjemen pogled umetnika na figuro in želja, da bi v kiparskem materialu izrazil življenje. Pri doseganju živosti figure in izrazu notranjega stanja si je pomagal z upodobitvijo kretenj, gibanja, govorico telesa, obraznih izrazov, stičnih točk, modeliranja mišic in obdelavo ploskve. Začetek naloge zajema predstavitev umetnika in kratek poudarek njegovega zgleda po renesančnem kiparstvu. Nadaljevanje se osredotoča na predstavitev karakteristik njegovega ustvarjanja. Predstavimo figuro Bronasta doba, ki v njegovem ustvarjanju prikazuje rojstvo kretnje in Janeza Krstnika, ki je v njegovem opusu pomemben zaradi prikaza gibanja. Scensko vrednost v likovni umetnosti predstavimo na Calaiskih meščanih. Sledi predstavitev zaznave čutnosti in povezanosti dveh teles skozi stične točke na figurah Poljub in Večna pomlad. S prikaza popolnih teles preidemo na opis figure Stara orožarka in videnja lepote v ''grdem''. Proti koncu naloge so predstavljeni pogledi na modeliranje na Rodinovem najbolj znanem delu, Mislec. Zaključimo z bistveno ugotovitvijo Rodina, da je telo sestavljeno iz ploskev, katere naj bi same po sebi predstavljale živost in razgibanost, kar je namenoma prikazano na anatomsko necelostnih figurah Korakajoči mož in Iris, božji poslanki.
Keywords:Auguste Rodin, zgodovina kiparstva, modeliranje, stične točke, ploskev, fragment.
Year of publishing:2014
Publisher:[B. Mujović]
Source:Maribor
UDC:730(043.2)
COBISS_ID:20682504 Link is opened in a new window
NUK URN:URN:SI:UM:DK:IAAKCPZF
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Language:English
Title:A VIEW OF THE FIGURE IN AUGUSTE RODIN'S OPUS
Abstract:The thesis A View of the Figure in August Rodin's Opus discusses unique methods and characteristics of Rodin's work through the analysis of selected sculptures and sculptural groups. The paper explores the artist's remarkable outlook on the figure and his desire to breathe life into the sculptural material. In order to achieve liveliness in his figures and convey their inner states, he uses gesture, movement, body language, facial expression, points of contact, muscle modelling and surface processing. The beginning of the thesis includes a brief presentation of the artist and the influence of Renaissance sculpture on his work. The characteristics of his opus are presented through examples such as the figure Age of Bronze, which defines the artist's expression of gesture, and Saint John the Baptist, which depicts movement. The scenic value of his art is exemplified in The Burghers of Calais, followed by a presentation of perception of sensuality and connection of two bodies through points of contact in the figures The Kiss and Eternal Spring. This display of perfect bodies is juxtaposed with The Old Courtesan, a figure which demands a search for beauty in the ''ugly''. Rodin’s most famous work, The Thinker serves as a prime example of the artist’s views on modelling. Rodin’s key finding that a body is composed of surfaces, which in itself represent liveliness and dynamics, is clearly exemplified in deliberately anatomically flawed figures The Walking Man and Iris, Messenger of the Gods.
Keywords:Auguste Rodin, history of sculpture, modelling, points of contact, surface, fragment.


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