Knjižnica Filozofskog fakulteta
Sveučilišta u Zagrebu
Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences Institutional Repository

Collection of the parish of the Assumption of Virgin Mary in Kloštar Ivanić


Downloads per month over past year

Korbus, Petra. (2017). Collection of the parish of the Assumption of Virgin Mary in Kloštar Ivanić. Diploma Thesis. Filozofski fakultet u Zagrebu, Department of Art History. [mentor Šourek, Danko].

PDF (Croatian)
Download (4MB) | Preview


The thesis contains a description and analysis of the art collection of the parish in Kloštar Ivanić. Short description of little towns history is given for better understanding of the material. Kloštar Ivanić was very important church property centuries ago. Two big churches were built there and from 13th century until today numerous church orders were (and still are) staying there (except during the Ottoman wars in this area). The greatest influence have left the Franciscans, who came at the beginning of the 16th century and were invited by bishop Luka Baratin. Church autority and Franciscan activity affected the lives of population the most, as well as the formation of the collection and its content. The collection contains the works of sacral paintings and sculpture, liturgical clothes and dishes, votive presents and few other items. Authors of some works remain unknown, but for most of them we know who they are - sculptors and altar makers Michael Komersteiner and Ivan Weinacht and painters Izaija Gasser and Ivan Beyer. Most of them are from 18th century, but some are from 17th. Today these are kept int he paris church of the Assumption of Blessed Virgin Mary, but most of them are from the other church in this small town, the franciscan church, in which Franciscans stayed until the World War II.

Item Type: Diploma Thesis
Uncontrolled Keywords: Kloštar Ivanić, Franciscans, franciscan church, art collection, sacral art, XVIII. century
Subjects: History of art
Departments: Department of Art History
Supervisor: Šourek, Danko
Date Deposited: 04 Oct 2017 08:05
Last Modified: 14 Feb 2018 10:01

Actions (login required)

View Item View Item