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Title:Gotičko zidno slikarstvo u Istri (novi prilozi jednoj budućoj sintezi)
Authors:Bistrović, Željko (Author)
Work type:Not categorized
Tipology:1.01 - Original Scientific Article
Organization:FHŠ - Faculty of Humanities
Abstract:The present survey of Gothic mural painting in Istria includes discussions about newly discovered mural paintings, some unpublished localities and their associations and suggestions of new interpretations regarding well known cycles of paintings. Examples are presented chronologically, beginning with the oldest reliably dated monument - the mural paintings in the church of St. Martin in Bičići. In contrast with other interpretations the mural paintings in the church of St. Nicholas in Rakotule are attributed to a single painter. The same is argued about the mural paintings in the church of St. Anthony in Žminj. Newly discovered remains of mural paintings in the church of St. Catherine in Lindar are associated with the mural paintings from the church of St. Cross in Butoniga. The mural paintings from the church of St. Mary of Health in Medulin and the church of St. Francis of Assisi in Pula have not yet been published. Both are attributed to the same workshop. New frescoes have been uncovered in the church of St. John in Lovran and they are attributed to two different painters. The more skilled of the two painters painted in the spirit of trecento under the influence of Bolognese painting, while the other painted in a rustic style, which associates him with the Alpine painting influences. The mural paintings in the church of St. Helen near Oprtalj, which were traditionally attributed to Klering's workshop, are considered to be the work of a Furlan workshop in this paper and are associated with the mural paintings in the church of St. Francis in Cividale. Previously unpublished remains of frescoes in the church of St. George in Plomin are associated with mural paintings in the church of St. Anthony in Barban. Another cycle of paintings, which has not yet been published and is currently under restoration, is located in Oprtalj as well. It is painted on the walls of the church of St. Sylvester and the paintings are associated with the ones found in the church of St. Stephen in Zanigrad. Several other localities are mentioned and the establishment of local late Gothic workshops, associated with renowned painters Vincent of Kastav, John of Kastav and the so-called Colourful Master, is discussed
Keywords:gotsko stensko slikarstvo, furlanske delavnice, Lovran, Oprtalj, Istra
Year of publishing:2007
Publisher:Centro di ricerche scientifiche della Repubblica di Slovenia
Number of pages:str. 277-290
Numbering:Letn. 17, št. 2
COBISS_ID:1396691 Link is opened in a new window
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Keywords:gothic mural painting, furlan workshops, Lovran, Oprtalj, Istria


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