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Title:Srednjeveška figuralna stavbna plastika s profanimi motivi na Slovenskem
Authors:Mohorko, Anja (Author)
Oter Gorenčič, Mija (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
Files:.pdf MAG_Mohorko_Anja_2020.pdf (7,04 MB)
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Language:Slovenian
Work type:Master's thesis/paper (mb22)
Typology:2.09 - Master's Thesis
Organization:FF - Faculty of Arts
Abstract:Magistrsko delo obravnava srednjeveško figuralno stavbno plastiko s profanimi motivi na Slovenskem. Za boljše razumevanje teme so na začetku predstavljene funkcija stavbne plastike in kamnoseške delavnice. Sledi obsežnejši sklop analize izbranih motivov. Ti so analizirani glede na njihovo pojavnost v času, geografskem prostoru in glede na njihovo ikonografijo. Obravnavana stavbna plastika spada časovno v obdobje med okoli 1200 in okoli 1500, geografsko pa je omejena na današnji slovenski prostor. Za boljšo preglednost so motivi obravnavani najprej po stoletjih, nato po pokrajinah (Štajerska s Prekmurjem, Gorenjska, Primorska in osrednja Slovenija z Notranjsko in Dolenjsko). Primeri zajemajo tako eno- kot večfiguralno stavbno plastiko, razdeljeni pa so glede na skupne ikonografske motive. V besedilu obravnavamo tako človeške kot živalske figure, zajeta pa je tudi njihova interpretacija. V zadnjem delu magistrskega dela so izbranim motivom poiskane skupne karakteristike in njihova izhodišča ter primerjave v srednjeevropski umetnosti. Magistrsko delo predstavlja vpogled v izbrano srednjeveško figuralno stavbno plastiko s profanimi motivi na Slovenskem in s tem omogoča boljši pregled ter boljše razumevanje posameznih ikonografskih motivov v sakralnih stavbah in njihovega sporočila.
Keywords:srednji vek, kiparstvo, stavbna plastika, profani motivi, figuralika, ikonografija
Year of publishing:2020
Publisher:[A. Mohorko]
Source:Maribor
UDC:730\"653\"(497.4)(043.2)
COBISS_ID:30497539 New window
NUK URN:URN:SI:UM:DK:RTOUW6Q3
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Secondary language

Language:English
Title:Medieval figural architectural sculpture with secular motifs in Slovenia
Abstract:This Master’s thesis discusses medieval architectural sculpture with profane motifs in Slovenia. For a better understanding of the topic, the functions of architectural sculpture and stonemason’s workshops are presented at the beginning. This is followed by a more extensive analysis of the chosen motifs. The latter are analysed based on their manifestation in time, in a geographical area, and based on the iconography. The discussed architectural sculpture belongs to the period between ca. 1200 and ca. 1500 and is geographically limited to Slovenian space. For a better overview, the motifs are first interpreted according to centuries, followed by regions (Styria with Prekmurje, Upper Carniola, Slovene Littoral, and Central Slovenia with Inner and Lower Carniola). The examples encompass architectural sculpture with single or multiple figures, and are divided based on joint iconographical motifs. Consequently, the text addresses human and animal figures and also includes their interpretation. The last part of the thesis focuses on common features and their bases and comparisons in Central European art. The Master’s thesis presents an insight into the chosen medieval figurative architectural sculpture with profane motifs in Slovenia and thus enables a better overview and understanding of individual iconographic motifs in religious buildings and their message.
Keywords:Middle Ages, sculpture, architectural sculpture, profane motifs, figurative art, iconography


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