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Title:Simbolika psa v krščanskih in mitoloških prizorih v renesančnem slikarstvu
Authors:Trdina, Maja (Author)
Vidmar, Polonca (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
Files:.pdf UN_Trdina_Maja_2016.pdf (2,80 MB)
 
Language:Slovenian
Work type:Undergraduate thesis (m5)
Typology:2.11 - Undergraduate Thesis
Organization:PEF - Faculty of Education
Abstract:Diplomsko delo z naslovom Simbolika psa v krščanskih in mitoloških prizorih v renesančnem slikarstvu je teoretično diplomsko delo. Da bi lažje razumeli čas, v katerem je ustvarjal renesančni umetnik, bomo v prvem delu predstavili obdobje renesanse, razložili njen pojem, navedli krajevne in časovne značilnosti obdobja ter umetnike tistega časa. Renesančno slikarstvo bomo razčlenili glede na živalsko simboliko in simboliko psa. V nadaljevanju bomo preučevali, na katere vire so se oprli renesančni umetniki pri simbolih, in definirali vrste simbolov. V drugem delu bomo raziskovali zgodovino pasjega sožitja s človekom in prve pasme, ki so nastale. Ugotavljali bomo, kakšne simbolne pomene so pripisovali psu v različnih religijah, jih izpostavili in opisali. Zadnji del bomo namenili krščanski in mitološki tematiki v slikarstvu. Opisali bomo, kje se je pes v teh prizorih najpogosteje pojavljal in kakšno vlogo sta imeli ti dve tematiki v renesančnem slikarstvu. Na podlagi analiz umetniških del renesančnih slikarjev, ki so v svoja dela vključevali lik psa, bomo ugotavljali, zakaj je umetnik psa vključil v sliko. Analizirali bomo dela renesančnih italijanskih mojstrov: Pisanella, Tiziana Vecellia, Piera di Cosima, Jacopa Tintoretta, ter predstavnikov nizozemskega renesančnega slikarstva: Jana van Eycka, Hieronymusa Boscha ter Pietra Bruegla starejšega.
Keywords:Pes, simbolika, renesansa, renesančno slikarstvo, krščanski prizori, mitološki prizori.
Year of publishing:2016
Publisher:[M. Trdina]
Source:Maribor
UDC:75.034(043.2)
COBISS_ID:22431752 Link is opened in a new window
NUK URN:URN:SI:UM:DK:ZQRD7OYZ
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Language:English
Title:The Symbolism of a Dog in Christian and Mythological Scenes in Renaissance Painting
Abstract:The diploma thesis The Symbolism of a Dog in Christian and Mythological Scenes in Renaissance Painting is a theoretical thesis. For an easier understanding of the time in which Renaissance artists were creating their works, the first part of the thesis will describe the Renaissance, explain its meaning, and present local and chronological features of the period as well as artists of that time. We will describe the Renaissance painting in terms of animal symbolism and the symbolism of a dog. Then we will study which sources the Renaissance artists used for symbols, and define the types of symbols. In the second part we will explore the history of the coexistence of dogs and humans, and the first breeds to evolve. We will establish which symbolic meanings were attributed to dogs in different religions, focus on them and describe them in detail. The final part will be dedicated to Christian and mythological themes in painting. We will describe where in these scenes dogs most often appeared and what role these two themes had in the Renaissance painting. By analysing their artistic works, we will explore the reasons why Renaissance painters included the dog character in their paintings. We will analyse the works of Italian Renaissance masters: Pisanello, Tiziano Vecellio, Piero di Cosimo, Jacopo Tintoretto, as well as the works of Dutch Renaissance painters: Jan van Eyck, Hieronymus Bosch and Pieter Bruegel the Elder.
Keywords:Dog, symbolism, Renaissance, Renaissance painting, Christian scenes, mythological scenes.


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