Drawing and Painting 3

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Code Completion Credits Range Language Instruction Semester
203KMLA3 ZK 3 4 hours (45 min) of instruction per week, 39 to 54 hours of self-study English winter

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Learning outcomes of the course unit

The course develops the artistic possibilities of visualizing a scenographic work and the student's individual abilities.

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Course contents

This course develops the artistic possibilities of visualizing a scenographic work and the individual aptitude of the student.

In particular, emphasis is placed on the teaching of drawing and painting of space, still life and figure. The student is encouraged to express himself or herself artistically based on classical art forms. Figure drawing/painting in complex art/space composition. Fundamentals of illustration and expression of literary/art genre through art form in a broader cultural context. Interpretation of stimulus through artistic means - the syllabus is always related to the current requirements of the teacher of the main course Scenography.

Techniques of drawing and painting scenographic design.


Recommended or required reading

Study material includes encyclopaedias of fine art and monographs of Czech and international painters.

CASSAN, Adolfo (ed.). Anatomy of Man. Translation by Kateřina Orlová. Havlíčkův Brod: Fragment, 2005. ISBN 978-80-253-0080-3.

ČERNÁ, Marie. History of Fine Arts. Prague: Idea servis, 2012. ISBN 978-80-85970-74-6.

DVOŘÁK, František. Oskar Kokoschka: (1886-1980). Prague: Regulus, 2011. ISBN 978-80-86279-38-1.

SPIELMANN, Heinz. Oskar Kokoschka: Leben und Werk. Köln: DuMont, 2003. ISBN 3-8321-7320-X.

SOURIAU, Étienne. Encyclopedia of Aesthetics. Translation by Zdeněk Hrbata. Collaboration with Helena Lorenzová. Prague: Victoria Publishing, 1994. ISBN 80-85605-18-X.

VÁVRA, Jiří. From Impressionism to Postmodernism: History of Visual Art. Olomouc: Olomouc Publishing House, 2001. ISBN 80-7182-120-9.

Monographs dedicated to these artists: Braque, Bacon, Chagall, Goya, Kremlička, Picasso, Rubens, Schiele, other monographs and other visual materials in relation to the individual study plan.

Assessment methods and criteria

Evaluation and recognition of the quality of drawings and paintings produced during the semester , 75% participation in class,. Completion of semester assignment (12 drawings/paintings DIN A 1)

Further information

No schedule has been prepared for this course

The subject is a part of the following study plans