Milada Studničková

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PhDr. Milada Studničková
Department of Medieval Art,  room no. 209
A Institute of Art History CAS, Husova 4, 110 00 Prague, Czech Republic
E studnickova.at.udu.cas.cz
T +420 221 183 710
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Nahoru Personal profile

2012 Getty Travel Grant (CIHA - 33rd Congress of the International Committee of the History of Art)
2009 – 2010 University lecturer at the Department of the History of Art, Masaryk University, Brno
2005 Scholarship from the Czech Historical Institute in Rome
1998 Scholarship from the British Council of the Academy of Sciences
1996, 2000 Scholarships from the DAAD, Germany
1991, 1995, 1998 and 2000 Scholarships from the Austrian Academy of Sciences
1989 – the present Instituteof Art History, CAS, Prague
1995 – 2003 Secretary of the Department for Medieval Art
1985 PhDr., Faculty of Philosophy and Arts, Charles University in Prague
1981 study visit at the Institut für Kunstgeschichte, Universität Wien
1978 – 1983 Art history and Hungarian studies, Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest

Nahoru Research interests

medieval manuscript illumination, representation of the Luxemburg rulers, courtly orders

Nahoru Current projects

  • member of the project Gotique and Early Renaissance Art in the Eastern Bohemia: Research, Interpretation, Presentation, NAKI II, project no.: DG16P02B003 (2016−2020)
  • member of the Mitteleuropäische Schulen IX (ca. 1450–1500) Illuminierte Handschriften der ÖNB aus Böhmen, Mähren,Schlesien und Ungarn (Fond zur Förderung der wissenschaftlichen Forschung-Österreich, P26680)

Nahoru Selected bibliography

Bibliografie od roku 1994 (ASEP)

Books, edited compilations

  • Frömmigkeit in Schrift und Bild. Illuminierte Sammelindulgenzen im mittelalterlichen Mühlhausen, Petersberg 2014 (co-authors Jan Hrdina, Enno Bünz and Hartmut Kühne).
  • Čechy jsou plné kostelů. Boemia plena est ecclesiis. Kniha k poctě PhDr. Anežky Merhautové, DrSc. [Bohemia is filled with churches. The book in honor of PhDr. Anežka Merhautová, DrSc.], Praha 2010.
  • Kutnohorská iluminace [The Illumination of Kutná Hora.], Praha 2010 (co-author Ivo Purš).
  • Peter Kamber – Milada Studničková, Zisterzienser–Graduale (Winterteil), Luzern, Zentral– und Hochschulbibliothek, pp. 9 ff., www.e–codices.ch/htm/zhl–0019_g.htm, visited 10. 6. 2007

Chapters in books

  • Obrazová složka staročeského zpracování Tabulí, in: Milada Homolková – Michal Dragoun (eds.), Tabule staré a nové barvy Mikuláše z Drážďan ve staročeském překladu, Prague 2016, pp. 59–84.
  • Výtvarné umění Husovy doby, Kališnická ikonografie a dobová zpodobení M. Jana Husa [The Art of the Era of Jan Hus: The Hussites Iconography and the Image of Master Jan Hus], in: Praha Husova a husitská, 1415–2015 [Prague of Jan Hus and of the Hussites 1415–2015],  Praha, Scriptorium 2015, s. 17–24, 127–134.
  • Musca creatura minima: Co vše může znamenat moucha na středověkém obraze  [Musca creatura minima: What All Can a Fly Signify in a Medieval Painting .], in: Daniela Dvořáková, Člověk a svet zvierat v stredoveku [Man and the World of Animals in the Middle Ages], Bratislava  2015, s. 39–52.
  • Iluminovaná odpustková listina pro klášter cisterciaček Aula Sanctae Mariae na Starém Brně z roku 1325. [The Illuminated Indulgence for the Cistercian Nunnery of Aula Sanctae Mariae in Old Brno from 1325.], in: Jan Chlíbec – Zoe Opacić (eds.), Setkávání: Studie o středověkém umění věnované Kláře Benešovské [Meetings: Essays in the Medieval Art Dedicated to Klára Benešovská]. Praha, Artefactum 2015, s. 405–421
  • Kopie jako iniciační artefakt: Svorník s tváří Krista kostela sv. Gotharda ve Slaném [Copy as an Artefact of Iniciation: The Keystone with Vera Icon in the St. Gothard Church in Slaný], in: Lenka Bydžovská –Pavla Machalíková – Taťána Petrasová – Tomáš Winter (eds.), Rembrandtova tramvaj: Kubismus, tradice a "jiné" umění [The Rembrandt's Tram: Cubism, Tradition and "Other" Art]. Plzeň, Západočeská galerie v Plzni, 2015, s. 56–67.
  • Graduale Ser. n. 4642, Missale des Erzbischofs Sbinko/Zbynko Zajíc von Hasenburg Cod.1844, Missale Pragense Cod. 1850, in: Maria Theisen, Mitteleuropäische Schulen VII (ca. 1400–1450). Böhmen, Mähren, Schlesien, Ungarn, Verzeichnis der illuminierten Handschriften und Inkunabeln der Österreichischen Nationalbibliothek, forthcoming.
  • Sammelindulgenzen und ihre Illuminatoren - das Beispiel Mühlhausen [Collective Indulgences and Their Illuminators - The Example of Mühlhausen.] (together with J. Hrdina), in: Hartmut Kühne – Enno Bünz – Thomas T. Müller (eds.), Alltag und Frömmigkeit am Vorabend der Reformation in Mitteldeutschland. Katalog zur Ausstellung "Umsonst ist der Tod", Petersberg 2013, pp. 391–393.
  • A Theological Metaphor as an Object. A Fly and Spectacles,in: G. U. Großmann, P. Krutisch, The Challenge of the Object. Proceedings of the 33rd Congress of the International Committee of the History of Art (CIHA). Nürnberg 2013 , pp. 185–188.
  • Dvorské řády Lucemburků [Courtly chivalric orders of the Luxembourgs], in: Lenka Bobková, František Šmahel, Lucemburkové. Česká koruna uprostřed Evropy. Praha 2012, pp. 458–460.
  • Archbishop Jan of Jenstein and a new iconography of the Visitation of St Elizabeth to the Virgin Mary. Mystic vision and its visualization as an instrument of church policy, in: Z. Opačić, A. Timmermann (eds.), Image, memory and devotion. Liber amicorum Paul Crossley. Turnhout Brepols, 2011, pp. 113– 120.
  • Rožmberkové a knižní malba[The Rosenbergs and Book Painting], in: J. Pánek (ed.), Rožmberkové. Rod českých velmožů a jeho cesta dějinami, České Budějovice 2011, pp. 496-503, 504–511.
  • "Und Jesus kam in eine kleine Stadt". Zur Ikonographie der Anfangsinitiale des Zittauer Vesperale et Matutinale, in: M. Winzeler, U. Kahl (eds.), Für Krone, Salz und Kelch. Wege von Prag nach Zittau, Zittau 2011, pp. 110–115.
  • Kult des heiligen Sigismund (Sigmund) in Böhmen, in: Die Heiligen und ihr Kult im Mittelalter. Praha 2010, pp. 299–339.
  • Illuminators and system of illuminating of Codex of Jena, Transcription of the Text of The Jena Codex with an Iconographic Commentary (together with P.Mutlová a M. Homolková), in: Vaculínová, M. (ed.), The Jena Codex. Commentary, Praha 2009, pp. 57–68, 87–199.
  • Drehknoten und Drachen. Die Orden Wenzels IV.und Sigismunds von Luxemburg und die Bedeutung der Abzeichen, in: Jiří Fajt – Andrea Langer (edd.), Kunst als Herrschaftsinstrument. Böhmen und das Heilige Römische Reich unter den Luxemburgern im europäischen Kontext, Berlin – München 2009, pp. 377–387.
  • Karlstein Castle as a Theological Metaphor, in: Zoë Opačić (ed.), Prague and Bohemia. Medieval Art, Architecture and Cultural Exchanges in Central Europe . Leeds 2009, pp. 155–167.
  • Böhmische Orientierung in der Miniaturmalerei. Der Kreis der Meister von Gerona, in: cat. Sigismundus Rex et Imperator. Kunst und Kultur zur Zeit Sigismunds von Luxemburg 1387–1437 (ed. Imre Takács). Budapest– Luxemburg 2006, pp. 529–535 (also published in Hungarian and French versions).
  • The Material Recycling of the Antiphonary of Vorau, in: Brigitte Dekeyzer – Jan Van der Stock (edd.), Manuscripts in Transition. Recycling Manuscripts, Texts and Images. Proceedings of the International Congress held in Brussels (5–9 November 2002), Paris – Leuven – Dudley 2005, pp. 211–216.
  • „Sub serenissimo principe et domino Wladislao rege ungarie bohemie ... vita regularis inducta est." Die Entwicklung der böhmischen Buchmalerei zur Zeit der Jagiellonen und ihr Verhältnis zu den Nachbarländern, in: Dietmar Popp – Robert Suckale (edd.), Die Jagiellonen. Kunst und Kultur einer europäischen Dynastie an der Wende zur Neuzeit, Nürnberg 2002, pp. 233–243.
  • Las iluminaciones del Martirologio de Usuardo, in: Martirologio de Usuardo, volumen de estudios, Barcelona, 1998, pp. 93–162.

Articles

  • Gens Fera. The Wild men in the system of border decoration of the Bible of Wenceslas IV., Umění, 62, 2014, Nr. 3, pp. 214–239.
  • Středověká vyobrazení Jana Husa – teologické interpretace historických událostí. [Medieval Depictions of Jan Hus: Theological Interpretation of Historical Events], Acta Universitatis Carolinae – Historia Universitatis Carolinae Pragensis 2013, pp. 79–92.
  • A Fly in the Margins of Manuscripts – trompe l’oeil as a Symbol?, in: Animal Symbolism in Christian Art and Literature, Icon, 2, 2009, pp. 253–262.
  • Il manoscritto miniato Collectanea del cardinale Nicolás Rossell dell´Archivio Vaticano Arm. XXXV, 70. Contributo sulla questione dell´attività dei miniaturisti boemi alla corte degli antipapi avignonesi Clemente VII e Benedetto XIII. Bollettino dell’Istituto storico ceco di Roma, 2008. pp. 73–90 (88).
  • The Bible of Conrad of Vechta: Stylistic Change in Bohemian Book Illumination, Manuscripta 2006, pp. 269–283.
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Nahoru Other important activities (membership, prizes, activity as curator)

  • international workshop Art in an Unsettled Time. Bohemian Book Illumination before Gutenberg (ca. 1380–1450) – a joint venture of the Czech and Austrian Academy of Sciences (Maria Theisen) in the framework of the project of cataloguing the illuminated manuscripts of the Austrian National Library (Prague 2013)
  • involvement in the exhibitions: Prague of Jan Hus and of the Hussites 1415–2015, Praha, Clam-Gallasův palác, 25 September 2015–24 January 2016, organised by The City of Prague Museum and Prague City ArchivesCharles IV – Emperor by the Grace of God, Prague 2006; Sigismundus Rex et Imperator. Kunst und Kultur zur Zeit Sigismunds von Luxemburg 1387–1437, Budapest – Luxemburg, 2006; Prague, The Crown of Bohemia, 1347–1437, New York 2005
  • organisation of the exhibition and symposium The Gerona Manuscript of Usuard's Martyrology and Early 15th-Century Czech Art, Prague 1999
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