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9788024618111 - Compilador: Mahulena Neslehova, Ilustrador: Jan Koblasa, Traductor: Petra Key: Jan Koblasa: Intaglio Prints - Kniha
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Jan Koblasa: Intaglio Prints (2011) (?)

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ISBN: 9788024618111 (?) alebo 8024618117, v angličtine, 264 stránky, Karolinum Press, Nové

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9788024618111 - Mahulena Neslehová: Jan Koblasa: Intaglio Prints - Kniha
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Mahulena Neslehová (?):

Jan Koblasa: Intaglio Prints (2011) (?)

Dodanie od: Spojené štáty americkéKniha je v anglickom jazykuTo je kniha, brožovanáPoužité knihy, nie novú knihu.

ISBN: 9788024618111 (?) alebo 8024618117, v angličtine, 262 stránky, Karolinum Press, Charles University, Brožovaná, Používa

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Jan Koblasa has ranked among the leading figures of Czech and European art since the1960s. His sculptures have been integrated into many European cities, sacred spaces, and sculptors’ parks. But sculpture is only one of the areas in which Koblasa has achieved renown: he is also acclaimed for his accomplishments in stage design and decoration, book illustrations, and graphic art.This volume presents graphics that Koblasa created using various intaglio print techniques, including drypoint, etching, etching and aquatint, and multicolor etching. These beautiful full-page reproductions are accompanied by an introductory essay on the artist’s work and career, descriptions of the various graphic cycles, and a bibliography. All text is in both Czech and English.  , Paperback, Ausgabe: Mul, Label: Karolinum Press, Charles University, Karolinum Press, Charles University, Produktgruppe: Book, Publiziert: 2011-11-15, Studio: Karolinum Press, Charles University, Verkaufsrang: 1345333
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Mahulena Neslehová (?):

Jan Koblasa: Intaglio Prints (2011) (?)

Dodanie od: Spojené štáty americkéKniha je v anglickom jazykuTo je kniha, brožovanáNová kniha

ISBN: 9788024618111 (?) alebo 8024618117, v angličtine, 262 stránky, Karolinum Press, Charles University, Brožovaná, Nové

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Jan Koblasa has ranked among the leading figures of Czech and European art since the1960s. His sculptures have been integrated into many European cities, sacred spaces, and sculptors’ parks. But sculpture is only one of the areas in which Koblasa has achieved renown: he is also acclaimed for his accomplishments in stage design and decoration, book illustrations, and graphic art.This volume presents graphics that Koblasa created using various intaglio print techniques, including drypoint, etching, etching and aquatint, and multicolor etching. These beautiful full-page reproductions are accompanied by an introductory essay on the artist’s work and career, descriptions of the various graphic cycles, and a bibliography. All text is in both Czech and English.  , Paperback, Ausgabe: Mul, Label: Karolinum Press, Charles University, Karolinum Press, Charles University, Produktgruppe: Book, Publiziert: 2011-11-15, Studio: Karolinum Press, Charles University, Verkaufsrang: 1345333
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9788024618111 - Koblasa, Jan: intaglio prints grafika hlubotisky. - Kniha
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Koblasa, Jan (?):

intaglio prints grafika hlubotisky. (2010) (?)

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ISBN: 9788024618111 (?) alebo 8024618117, Neznámy jazyk

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Karolinum, Press, 261 S.; zahlr. Abb. Broschiert. Ein gutes und sauberes Exemplar. - Mit Werkverzeichnis. - Jan Koblasa (* 1932 in Prag, Tschechoslowakei) ist ein tschechischer Bildhauer, Maler, Graphiker, Autor philosophischer Essays und Hochschullehrer. Koblasa absolvierte sein Studium von 1952 bis 1958 an der AVU Prag. Anschließend ging er für einige Jahre ins Exil nach Italien. Von 1969 bis 1997 hatte er den Lehrstuhl für Bildhauerei an der Muthesius Hochschule Kiel inne. Gemeinsam mit Jaroslav Vo¸niak, Bedrich Dlouhý und Karel Nepra¨ gründete er die Künstlergruppe "¦midrové". Seit 2002 ist er Honorarprofessor an der AVU Prag. Koblasa hatte Ausstellungen in vielen Ländern der Erde. Seine Werke wurden von mehr als 30 Museen und Sammlungen angekauft. // His temperament and the nature of his work rank Jan Koblasa among artists of Renaissance breadth and Baroque character. Although he considers himself primarily a sculptor, he can impart his messages just as well in painting, drawing, printing, writing and stage design. He is guided by a rich creativity and an innate artistic intelligence. His work is polymorphous and multifaceted, focusing from the very beginning on a fundamental theme: man and his world. He approaches this as though it were a large Theatrum Mundi, viewed at times by a romanticist, at others with existential and mystical orientation, or with ironic overstatement and unrestrained sensuality, but sometimes also with meditative contemplation and objectivity, yet never superficially or from a merely aesthetic point of view. His art is driven by utmost concentration and deep inner immersion. He knows, as he wrote on his work, that "it is necessary to find the right - magic formula - to excite the matter so much - that it will light up," and later he explains that "I want to say what it is and how it is - yet not to describe or depict the surface / the visible - I am trying to express the more fundamental - the thing that is in consciousness - in unconsciousness / of phenomena and objects in my consciousness and unconsciousness about phenomena and things - what is at the beginning and at the end / what unites and ties / one with the other ..."1 The variety of his artistic techniques, methods and experimentation matches the scope of his intellect and expression, in which figurative and abstract elements entwine and mingle; his printmaking is no exception to this rule. It is another means for him to try and grasp and express the multifarious character of a human life, its states and situations, be it directly or through metaphors and parables. It was his curiosity, his hunger for adventure, his urge to learn the new, untried -the unexperienced, which brought him to printmaking. It tempted him with its emotional delicacy and the "magic" felt when printing. It reminded him of chamber music and poetry - "the areas of the spirit," which he was close to from the very beginning - it led to a synthesis of thought. It was an exclusive inner world, which could not be achieved in any other way. In addition, each of his prints is "read" - as with a written text - closely; each point, line, plane, various light nuances, the depth and intensity of scratch, structure, colours, contrasts and other subtleties here carry messages - the desired messages. There are differences between lines, an engraved line - the essential and leading nerve of a print - is different from an etched line; scratched, cut, and brushed lines have yet another character. It is important to know the rules of this unique world. As he told me in an interview and as he mentions in his accompanying text, he was introduced to them during his studies by Jaroslav Kadlec, his schoolmate at the Prague Academy of Fine Arts. (Vorwort) ISBN 9788024618111 Kunstgeschichte [Graphik, Malerei, Bildende Kunst] 2010 Wir versenden am Tag der Bestellung von Montag bis Freitag.
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Koblasa, Jan (?):

intaglio prints grafika hlubotisky. (2010) (?)

Dodanie od: Nemecko

ISBN: 9788024618111 (?) alebo 8024618117, Neznámy jazyk, Karolinum Press

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261 S.; zahlr. Abb. Broschiert. Ein gutes und sauberes Exemplar. - Mit Werkverzeichnis. - Jan Koblasa (* 1932 in Prag, Tschechoslowakei) ist ein tschechischer Bildhauer, Maler, Graphiker, Autor philosophischer Essays und Hochschullehrer. Koblasa absolvierte sein Studium von 1952 bis 1958 an der AVU Prag. Anschließend ging er für einige Jahre ins Exil nach Italien. Von 1969 bis 1997 hatte er den Lehrstuhl für Bildhauerei an der Muthesius Hochschule Kiel inne. Gemeinsam mit Jaroslav Vožniak, Bedrich Dlouhý und Karel Nepraš gründete er die Künstlergruppe "Šmidrové". Seit 2002 ist er Honorarprofessor an der AVU Prag. Koblasa hatte Ausstellungen in vielen Ländern der Erde. Seine Werke wurden von mehr als 30 Museen und Sammlungen angekauft. // His temperament and the nature of his work rank Jan Koblasa among artists of Renaissance breadth and Baroque character. Although he considers himself primarily a sculptor, he can impart his messages just as well in painting, drawing, printing, writing and stage design. He is guided by a rich creativity and an innate artistic intelligence. His work is polymorphous and multifaceted, focusing from the very beginning on a fundamental theme: man and his world. He approaches this as though it were a large Theatrum Mundi, viewed at times by a romanticist, at others with existential and mystical orientation, or with ironic overstatement and unrestrained sensuality, but sometimes also with meditative contemplation and objectivity, yet never superficially or from a merely aesthetic point of view. His art is driven by utmost concentration and deep inner immersion. He knows, as he wrote on his work, that "it is necessary to find the right - magic formula - to excite the matter so much - that it will light up," and later he explains that "I want to say what it is and how it is - yet not to describe or depict the surface / the visible - I am trying to express the more fundamental - the thing that is in consciousness - in unconsciousness / of phenomena and objects in my consciousness and unconsciousness about phenomena and things - what is at the beginning and at the end / what unites and ties / one with the other ..."1 The variety of his artistic techniques, methods and experimentation matches the scope of his intellect and expression, in which figurative and abstract elements entwine and mingle; his printmaking is no exception to this rule. It is another means for him to try and grasp and express the multifarious character of a human life, its states and situations, be it directly or through metaphors and parables. It was his curiosity, his hunger for adventure, his urge to learn the new, untried -the unexperienced, which brought him to printmaking. It tempted him with its emotional delicacy and the "magic" felt when printing. It reminded him of chamber music and poetry - "the areas of the spirit," which he was close to from the very beginning - it led to a synthesis of thought. It was an exclusive inner world, which could not be achieved in any other way. In addition, each of his prints is "read" - as with a written text - closely; each point, line, plane, various light nuances, the depth and intensity of scratch, structure, colours, contrasts and other subtleties here carry messages - the desired messages. There are differences between lines, an engraved line - the essential and leading nerve of a print - is different from an etched line; scratched, cut, and brushed lines have yet another character. It is important to know the rules of this unique world. As he told me in an interview and as he mentions in his accompanying text, he was introduced to them during his studies by Jaroslav Kadlec, his schoolmate at the Prague Academy of Fine Arts. (Vorwort) ISBN 9788024618111 Versand D: 5,50 EUR Graphik, Malerei, Bildende Kunst
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