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    Nové poznatky k dílu Wenzela Führicha: zpráva o nálezu obrazu Klanění Tří králů
    (Technická univerzita v Liberci, 2012) Mecerod, Martin
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    Záchranný archeologický výzkum Konejlovy jeskyně v Klokočských skalách
    (Technická univerzita v Liberci, 2012) Kovačíková, Lenka; Novák, Jan; Prostředník, Jan
    Konejl´s cave (k. ú. Bělá u Turnova, PR Kokočské rocks) was explored by 4 probes in August 2010 and July 2011. We registered at least 5 horizons in 15 levels (mechanical layer, thickness 10 cm). Levels 1 and 2 go back from present day to VS2 epoch. Level 3 is identified as acontact layer between high middle ages epoch and early Iron Age (dating of VS1/2 – VS2). Levels 4 to 6 cohere with the early Iron Age (Lt C2-D1). Next levels 7 to 9 are assigned to wide time period ranging from Mesolithe to older/middle Bronze Age of level 7. This period was not registered in artefacts, radiocarbon date 1875 – 1665 BC) originated from level 7. We linked the lowest levels (10 to 15) to Mesolithe, it was proven not only by discovered industry, but by radiocarbon dating too (8225 – 7945 BC). It is actually the oldest Mesolithic date in Český ráj. New discoveries were brought by archeobotanical and archeozoological research.
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    Kresby pro časopis Jugend v depozitářích státních zámků Sychrov a Náchod
    (Technická univerzita v Liberci, 2012) Novotný, Jaromír
    The paper analyses aset of 50 illustrations, aquarelles and art works from the depository of the Sychrov state castle intended to be printed out in Munich, in asatirical culture, artistic and literary magazine Jugend. This collection is on its own and even divided into elements a fine example of the visual art of the first half of the 20th century. They were distributed into movable funds of state castles after the WWII and they play an important role in the history of the Liberec Region. The paper addresses drawings from the 1900–1930 period, which are currently undergoing process of identification (artist, theme, date). Finding aspecific drawing in the magazine helped this process couple of times. The creators of these drawings are for example Friedrich Heubner, Gerhardt Hentrich, Karl Arnold, Erich Wilke, August Geigenberger, Henry Bing, Alexander Sándor von Kubinyi, Otto Schenk, André Szenes. The works of Leo Putz, Paul Wilhelm Keller-Reutlingen and Walter Georgi for Jugend are preserved, too, in the movable fund of the state castle Náchod. Useful information about the artists and description of their selected works can be found in the paper
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    Lidové podmalby na skle ve sbírce Severočeského muzea v Liberci a jejich restaurování
    (Technická univerzita v Liberci, 2012) Krámská, Bohunka; Hrevúšová, Jana
    A number of glass workshops were created in the course of activities of the so called fellowships of glass in the last third of the 18th century in the area of North Bohemia, borderlands of Lower Silesia and Kladsko. Production of these workshops is an important part of the reverse painting collection of the North Bohemian Museum in Liberec. The first contributions to this collection were made by Josef Václav Scheybal, ethnographer, art historian and acknowledged folk culture expert after he had begun working for the museum. Reverse paintings are the main part of the collection, except for a number of illusive paintings made by professional artists and eglomisé. The advanced production of glass, which sustained so many workers, established the dominant role of the glassmaker type reverse paintings in the North Bohemia. The delicate and detailed work of the restorer is highly valued in museums pursuing authenticity. For this reason the North Bohemian Museum has been cooperating with restorer Jana Hrevúšová since 1990. Thanks to her work, grants from the Ministry of Culture and the founder, 91 reverse paintings and two parchment paintings in mirror frames have been restored so far.