Two groups of churches in german sacred architecture of the historicism trend on the basis of chosen works of conrad Wilhelm Hase and Karl Friedrich Schinkel

Jacek Czechowicz

Abstrakt

Among the representatives of German historicism there are two who occupy the most prominent position: Conrad Wilhelm Hase, a graduate of the Academy of Fine Arts in Munich (at first a student in Hanover) and Karl Friedrich Schinkel, a student of the Berlin Building Academy. Among the wide oeuvre of these artists, sacred architecture is of essential importance. numerous temples designed by them have become separate chapters of forms, shaped in a separate, individual stylistic trend. Among the many realizations of other contemporary authors, Schinkel and Hase developed their own model of sacred object, which serves as a canvas for experiments with forms of historicism.

Słowa kluczowe: sacred architecture, historicism
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