Pierwszy „cytat” z Matejki - Adam Poniński ze Szczęsnym Potockim Centralny fragment obrazu z dodaną lożą  Drugi „cytat” z Matejki - Franciszek Salezy Potocki, Michał Fryderyk Czartoryski i brat króla Michał Jerzy Poniatowski

Muzeum Zamojskie zaprasza na prezentację obrazu
„Rejtan wg Matejki” - Georga Fischhofa.
Obraz można oglądać w dniach:
wtorek - niedziela w godz. od 900 do 1700.

  •    CONFERENCE   

    CONFERENCE

    Art of the Armenian Diaspora

    April 28th – 30th, 2010

    Muzeum Zamojskie

    30 Ormiańska str.

    Zamość

    27th April, 2010

    18: 00

    Opening Ceremony of the and Opening of the exhibition:

    Ars Armeniaca

    28th April, 2010

    Sala Consulatus, Rynek Wielki 1

    9:30- 10:30

    Agnieszka Kozanecka,University of Łódź
    Little Armenia in the Byzantine World at the End of the Thirteenth Century. The Case of Maria-Rita-Xene

    Dr. Halina Walatek McKenney
    The Presence of Armenians on the territory of Egypt, Nubia and Ethiopia during the Medieval Period
    Prof. Patrick Donabedian, Université de Provence, Aix-en-Provence
    Armenian architecture in Crimea (Fourteenth-Fifteenth centuries)
    Dr. Armen Kazaryan, Russian Academy of architecture and building sciences, Moscow
    Arcade as traditional sign in Armenian cathedrals of Jerusalem, Lvov, Nor Nakhijevan and Nor Jugha, and its stylistic representations

    10:30-10:45 Discussion

    10:45- 11:00 Tee/Coffee break

    11:00-12:00

    Prof. Mourad Hasratian, The Institute of Arts, Yerevan/Erevan
    Armenian churches in Ispahan and Iranian and Armenian architectural Correlations in 17th and 18th Centuries

    Prof. Dickran Kouymjian, University of California, Fresno/ Paris
    Reflections on Objects from the Pre-20th Century Diaspora with Armenian Inscriptions

    Julien Auber de Lapierre, Ecole pratique des Hautes Etudes, Paris – Universiteit Leiden
    The Armenian Diaspora in Ottoman Empire (17th – 18th centuries)

    Seyda Gungor Acikgoz, Istanbul Technical University, Istambul
    The places of the 19 th century Kayseri Armenian churches in Ottoman Architecture

    12:00-12:20 Discussion

    12:20-14:00 lunch

    14:00-14:45

    Prof. Ph.D. Serafim Seppälä, University of Eastern Finland
    Interpretation of Mountains in Armenian Miniatures

    Sarah Laporte, Bruxelles
    Les peintures murales des églises de la Nouvelle – Djoulfa – Un trait d’union entre l’Orient et l’Occident

    Beatrice Tolidjian, independent scholar,  Washington
    The architecture of the Round Church at Preslav, Bulgaria and the possible importation of artistic ideas from medieval Armenia

    14:45-15:00 Discussion

    15:00-16:00

    Dr. Elena Vasilescu, Bodleyan Library, Oxford
    Armenians of Romania and their cultural endeavours

    Dr. Arch. Horia Radu Moldovan, University of Architecture, Bucarest
    Influences arméniennes assimilées dans l’architecture de Valachie et de Moldavie. Recherches dans l’historiographie spécialisée.

    Prof. Anca Bratuleanu, University of Architecture, Bucarest
    Some reflections on the involvement of Armenian master builders in the Romanian architecture – The Monastery Church of Curtea de Arges as expression of „a local Renaissance

    Pál Emese, Babes-Bolyai University, Cluj-Napoca
    The Ecclesiastic Art Collection of the Armenian Cathedral at Gherla.

    16:00-16:20 Tee/Coffee break

    16:20-17:20

    Dr. Dr. Joan Chindris; Anca Elisabeta Tatay, Romania
    Un homme de culture et artiste arménien de Transylvanie, ZACHARIAS GÁBRUS (ZACHARIJA GABRUŠJAN)

    Benedek Zsigmond, Budapest
    Language, chants and liturgy of Armenians in Transylvania

    Dr. Amy S. Landau, Walters Art Museum, Baltimore
    From the Workshops of Julfa to the court of Tsar Aleksei Mikhailovich: Armenian Networks and the Mobility of Visual Culture

    Prof. George Ogrodowski Bournoutian, Iona College, New York
    The Conversion of the Armenian Community of Lvov to Catholicism: Who was Responsible?

    17:20 – 17:40 Discussion

    17:40- 18:25

    Dr. Piotr Kondraciuk, Museum of Zamość
    Armenian Art in Zamość

    Dr. Angele Kapoian, Paris
    An Armenian Traveler from Zamosc: The Scribe Simeon

    Agnieszka Szykuła
    New information on the life and activities of Fr Kajetan Deberdasiewicz

    18:25 – 18:45 Discussion

    29th April, 2010

    Muzeum Zamojskie, 30 Ormiańska str.

    9:30-10:30

    Joanna Rydzkowska, Nicolaus Copernicus University, Toruń
    The Art of Armenian Miniaturists from Tokat Functioning in the Republic of Poland in 16th and 17th Century

    Karolina Wiśniewska, Institute of History of Art, Warsaw University
    Armenian illuminated codices in the collection of the National Library in Warsaw

    Dr. Mikayel Arakelyan, Matenadaran Institute of Ancient Manuscripts, Yerevan
    The Lvov Bible of Ghazar Baberdatsi of 1616-1619 in the context of Armenian Miniature Painting of Poland and New Julfa (Persia)

    Dr. Ruben Atoyan; Dr. Stefan Abraamyan, Minsk
    Map of Kamenets Podolski from the different Epoch. The Armenian Herritage

    10:30-10:45 Discussion

    10:45 – 11.00 Tee/Coffee break

    11:00-12:15

    Dr. Magdelena Stoyanova, Venice
    Armenian gilt leather and silk in Europe, 15th – 17th Centuries. Problems of attribution and conservations

    Prof. dr hab. Agnieszka Bender, Cardinal Stefan Wyszyński University, Warsaw
    Armenians marchands of the objects of art in the Polish Lithuanian Commonwealh

    Maria Cybulska, Technical University of Lodz, Ewa Orlinska-Mianowska, National Museum in Warsaw
    Armenian Fabric from the Collection of National Museum in Warsaw – analysis, reconstruction and identification.

    Dr. Beata Biedrońska-Słota, National Museum, Cracow
    Armenian silk sashes

    Prof. Irina Skvartsova
    Yan and Leon Madjarski – people who created distictive style of the Slutsk belts

    Ljudmyla Bulhakova-Sytnyk, The Ethnology institute of National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, Lviv
    Typology and stylistic of textile of the Armenian origin (on materials of Museum of ethnography, arts and crafts in Lviv)

    12:15-12:30 Discussion

    12:30- 14:00 lunch

    14:00-15:00

    Prof. Varvara Basmadjian, Musée arménien de France, Paris
    Fascinante Constantinople, sous le regard des artistes arméniens de Bolis au XIXéme siécle

    Prof. Ararat Aghassian, The Institute of Arts of the National Academy of Sciences, Yerevan
    Yervat Osgan’s Work and his Cotribution to the professional Armenian and Turkish Sculpture.

    Alyson Wharton, School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), London
    The Balyan Family and Paris

    Dr. Stefania Krzysztofowicz-Kozakowska, National Museum, Cracow
    La vie d’un celebre Armenien en Pologne. Teodor Axentowicz

    15:00-15:20 Discussion

    15:20-15:50

    Dr. Joanna Wolańska, Cracow
    The Re-Armenisation of the Armenian Cathedral in Lvov (1902-1914)

    Joanna Czernichowska, Agnieszka Pawlak-Jędrzejewska, Academy of Fine Arts, Warsaw
    Conservation and restoration of wall paintings in the Armenian Cathedral in Lvov

    15:50- 16:00 Discussion

    16:00-16:20 Coffee break

    16:20-17:05

    Iryna Horban, Lviv
    Armenian Museum in Lviv
    Irina Hayuk, Museum of Religion, Lviv.
    Features and actual problems of studying of development of the Armenian culture in diaspora (on the basis of the complex analysis of Ukrainian museum collections)
    Balint Kovacs, Leipzig
    Armenian Museum and „Armenismus” in Transylvania in the 2. Part of 19. Century

    17:05-17:20 Discussion

    17:20-18:20

    Prof. Akifumi Shioya, University of Tsukuba, Japan.
    Armenian community in Central Asi
    Samwel Azizyan, Kiev
    Sacred and civil architectural monuments of Armenians in Ukraine. Legal aspects
    Zofia Pośpiech-Dukielska, Warsaw
    Who do Polish Armenians feel today? The aspects of the Polish-Armenian self identity

    Dr. Tomasz Marciniak, Nicolaus Copernicus University, Toruń
    Armenian artists as the emigrants. The sociology of the group in Poland.

    18:20-19:00 Discussion and Coffee break

    19:00 Closing Ceremony

    30th April, 2010

    07: 00 am

    Sightseeing trip to Lviv, Ukraine. Visiting the Armenian cathedral and museums

    Return to Zamość 30 April, 11:00 pm