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Architektura sakralna Teodora Talowskiego

Bałus, Wojciech

English Title: The sacred architecture of Teodor Talowski

In: Prace z Historii Sztuki, 20 (1992), pp. 53-79 + Abb. 1-45.

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Translation of abstract (English)

The study on Teodor Talowski (1857-1910), active first in Cracow and from 1901 in Lvov, built a large number of Roman-Catholic churches in Southern Poland. 1. The early work. 2. The 1890s. 2.1. Longitudinal buildings. 2.2. Buildings on a centralizing plan. 3. The years 1900-1906. 4. Symbolic meaning. Talowski’s churches are consistently kept in neo-medieval attire, mainly Neo-Gothic and "Transnational". The architect maintained that the Gothic architecture had been the most Christian of all styles throughout history.

Document type: Article
Version: Secondary publication
Date Deposited: 13 Jan 2011 17:12
Faculties / Institutes: Research Project, Working Group > Individuals
DDC-classification: Architecture
Controlled Subjects: Talowski, Teodor Marjan, Polen, Kirchenbau
Subject (classification): Architecture
Artists, Architects
Countries/Regions: East Europe
Collection: ART-Dok Central and Eastern Europe