Department of Early Modern Art
phone: +420 221 183 551
PhD student of the Department of Early Modern Art
Tadeáš Kadlec graduated in Art History at the Faculty of Arts, Charles University (M.A. 2021). Since 2022, he has been a PhD student at the Institute of Early Modern Art of the Czech Academy of Sciences. His research focuses on the history of painting and architecture of the 17th and 18th centuries. The subject of his doctoral studies in art history (Faculty of Arts, Charles University in cooperation with the Institute of Art History of the CAS) is the life and work of the baroque painter Johann Peter Molitor (1702–1756). Since 2019, he has also been working as a conservator specializing in the restoration of works of art and craftsmanship (General Directorate of the National Heritage Institute, Prague).
Research outputs (selection):
Obraz Michaela Kreisingera a jeho proměny, Umění/Art 66, 2018, pp. 368–387.
Nový dům U Kamenného zvonu, in: Marie Foltýnová (ed.), Dům U Kamenného zvonu, Praha 2021, pp. 26–33.
Duchovní střed Evropy? Na okraj dvou publikací o staroměstském mariánském sloupu, Dějiny a současnost 43:6, 2021, pp. 42–43.
[review] Marcela Vondráčková (ed.), Norbert Grund. Velký mistr malých formátů, Umění/Art 69, 2021, pp. 225–227.
Tadeáš Kadlec, Druhé baroko? K dostavbě poutního areálu v Mariánské Týnici, Dějiny a současnost 43:1, 2021, pp. 28–30.
Baroque Ceiling Painting between Theory and Praxis (GA ČR, 21-13208S) – co-investigator
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