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INFLUENCES OF ITALIAN CERAMIC PRODUCTION
AT EARLY-MODERN PRAGUE CASTLE, CZECH REPUBLIC

Institute of Archaeology
of Academy of Sciences
of the Czech Republic, Prague

Gabriela Blažková – Josef Matiášek
blazkova@arup.cas.cz

matiasek@arup.cas.cz

17th–19th of April 2015, Faenza, Italy

DIRECT IMPORTS FROM ITALIAN CERAMIC WORKSHOPS
There are especially founds as solitary pieces in the possession of Church representatives at St Vitus’ Cathedral.
Ceramic Fragments in the Istoriati Style at Prague Castle
Plate depicting
the Visitation
This fat bowl or plate stands on a
bell-shaped base; it is glazed
with low-quality Maiolica and
cold-painted in Italian manner. It
shows two women standing in
front of a house, with a hilly
landscape in the background
and can be interpreted as a
depiction of the Visitation. The lip
is decorated with a continuous
floral motive. The basic colour is
brown, added with blue and
yellow, yellow is also to be found
on the rim. Origin: Italy or Central
Europe, last third of the 16th
century or first third of the 17th
century.

Fragment of a plate
with the coat of arms
of the Pernštejn Family

A rescue excavation at Prague Castle in 1925 yielded six ceramic fragments in a cesspit that belonged to at least two maiolica plates. The plates were decorated with Istoriati paintings and produced in Italy in the
second half of the 16th century. These ceramic fragments have not been
published yet.

(photo by Jan Gloc)
This ceramic fragment of
a plate from a dinner service
by Vratislav of Pernštejn was
meant to commemorate his
induction into the Order of the
Golden Fleece. He was awarded the order by King Philip II
of Spain in the 1555. The
service also reminded him of
his marriage with Maria Manrique de Lara, combining the
coat of arms of both families
with a depiction of the Golden Fleece. The dinner service may stem from an Italian
workshop; the find was made
during archaeological excavations in the Lobkowicz Palace
in 1956–8.

Bottle
Collections of Lobkowicz o.p.s.
Lobkowicz Palace, Prague Castle, Prague,
Czech Republic
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Istoriato plate
© Prague Castle Administration,
photo by Jan Gloc

© Prague Castle Administration,
photo by Jan Gloc

Italy – Urbino, around 1540.
The North Bohemian Museum in Liberec,
Czech Republic, inv. no. PK 18

STOVE TILES
The finds of stove tiles show
antique and allegorical motifs that developed north of the
Alps during the Renaissance.
Motifs in the tile production
usually exploited antique
motifs in a contemporary
setting. The central motif,
even in the case of portrait
tiles, was lined with antique
architecture (columns, pillars,
floral decoration), creating a
convincing spatial illusion. All
displayed tiles are dated
around the middle of the 16th
century.

© photos by Jaromír Žegklitz

Rider with the initials ‘FK’ (Charles V)
– Prague Castle, St George’s Square
1987

Expulsion of Hagar to the desert (all
green) showing Hagar, Isaac, Abraham and Sarah (Gen 21,14) – Prague
Castle, St George’s Square 1987

Woman playing the positive organ –
Prague Castle, Na Valech Garden
1988-9

Woman embroidering – Prague Castle,
St George’s Square 1987

Architectural Terracotta

ITALIAN ARCHITECTS, BUILDERS
AND CRAFTSMEN
The purest Italian Renaissance beyond
Italian territory is represented by Queen
Anne’s Summer Palace from the second
half of the 16th century, built by Emperor
Ferdinand for his wife on the northern foreground of the Prague Castle. The presence of Italian masters was mostly connected with the reign of Emperor Rudolf
II (1576–1611). Apart from the royal court,
important noble families used the services of Italian artists; e.g. the Lords of Pernštejn were the frst in Bohemia to apply
terracotta reliefs in architecture.

566 terracotta details stem from the Pernštejn Palace built in the 1554–60 on the
eastern side of the Prague Castle. Unglazed details covered the frames of doors
and windows, intrados and cornices. The
relief decoration is based on Classical Antique patterns and serves as a proof of
Italian infuences on the architecture of the
high nobility.
© Prague Castle Administration, photo by Jan Gloc

Queen Anne’s Summer
Palace (Belvedere)

© Prague Castle Administration,
photo by Jan Gloc

© Prague Castle Administration, photo by Jan Gloc

Ferdinand I of Habsburg had the
central building of the Royal Garden at Prague Castle erected in
1538–65. The project is attributed
to architect Paolo della Stella.
The building reminds of a reversed ship’s hull surrounded by an
arched gallery from all sides. The
decoration was inspired by Antique motifs from original Roman
buildings.

Financed by a project: 13-34374P Everyday life of inhabitants of the Prague Castle in times of the frst Habsburgs. Material culture analysis set into Central European context.


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