Meantime, creative approaches to the solution of professional tasks show the creative essence of a higher school teacher and are manifested in creative activity. Leadership Development Problems in Management Psychology. In this regard, it seems to be efficient to apply in the pedagogical process the combination of musical-aesthetic and psycho-pedagogical approaches proposed in the article – conceptual, syncretic and comparative-contrastive. On the basis of the analysis of literature on the research topic, the notion of ‘development of creativity in the structure of professionalism of a higher school teacher’ was formed: the activity seeking to establish purposed desire for creativity in a higher school teacher’s personality in the course of exercising his/her professional duties and development of his/her personal qualities required in that connection. Another efficient approach is based on using in a piano class the methodology of artistic identification of a musical composition (“immersion technique”), developed on the basis of L. Optimization of the Process of Vocational Training of a Modern Musician. Systemic and Stylistic Approach in the Vocational Training of a Modern Musician: On the Problem of the Development of Musical and Stylistic Competence in a Performance Class of a Higher Educational Institution.
Bender THE ICONOGRAPHY OF VENUS FROM THE MIDDLE AGES TO MODERN TIMES Volume 6.1 The Venus of the Eastern, Southern and Northern European Regions Topical catalogue of 1373 artworks (sculptures, reliefs, paintings, frescoes, drawings, prints and illustrations) of 629 identified artists of those regions Categorized under 18 main Topics, with an Index of Artists, a Directory of Owners and an extensive Bibliography Other Volumes published: • Volume 1.1 The Italian Venus 1840 artworks of 649 identified Italian artists • Volume 2.1 The French Venus 2997 artworks of 997 identified French artists • Volume 3.1 The Venus of the Low Countries 2636 artworks of 728 identified artists of the Low Countries • Volume 4.1 The German, Swiss and Central- European Venus 3198 artworks of 1506 identified artists of Germany, Switzerland and Central-European Countries • Volume 5.1 The British and Irish Venus 2113 artworks of 912 identified artists of Britain and Ireland Under preparation: * Volume 1.2 The Italian Venus (revised) Felicien Rops in his travel report published in 'L'Independance beige' 13.8.1874. Cyprus, Cythera, Paphos, temples, etc) and Venus as the astrological symbol of the Planet are included, but works featuring the planet itself or related to astronomy, space exploration or science-fiction are excluded. Digital painting, an emerging technique, has not yet been included. 12 GUIDELINE Topic The categorization into topics is based on well-established or well-known characteristics or stories of the classical Greek-Roman Goddess 'Aphrodite-Venus'.Thieme -Becker- Vollmer (see footnote 2) tells that the original was destroyed. The publication is licensed under a Creative Commons Licence 0/ iv Contents Introduction and Acknowledgements Guideline to the Topical Catalogue Topic Date of work and level of identification Artist's or creators' name(s) Title of work Type of work Medium and material of support and series or editions Dimension of work Owner or auctioneer of work Inventory number of work Source(s) of information about the work Record and sequential numbers of work Replicas, copies of work and comments Examples 11 Topical Catalogue Table of Topics - Index of Topics - list of Abbreviations 1. Apotheosis-Sacrifice- Temple-Triumph-Worship of Venus 3. Some specific features of the compilation in this Volume are discussed hereafter. Baltic States (Estland-EE, Latvia-LV, Lithuania-LT), Bulgaria (BG), Poland (PL), Romania (RO), Russia (RU) and the countries of the former USSR, e.g. It must be recognized that this classification is for easy and unique retrieval only and does not refer to any specific art-historical classification. Ortography of names and their alphabetical order The orthography of the preferred name of the artist is the one used in general databases , preferably those of the country where the artist was born; alternative ortographies may be added in the Index of Artists. It is then useful to split the main topic in subtopics and the subtopics in subdivisions.A replica, entitled 'Venus med ceblet (Venus with the apple) ', 110x48x41 cm, dated 1809, is in the Statens Museum for Kunst in Kobenhavn/ inv KMS6004 (in this catalogue R7554 175). 1 This Volume will be revised as Volume 1.2 in 2015. The regional origin of the identified artists In this Volume the following methodology is applied: countries, where artists were born and educated/trained - independently of their later activities in other regions -, are grouped into three regions, which are used as subdivisions under each main or sub-topic. Prefixes like 'von', 'van', 'de' or 7e' are generally not used for alphabetical ordering. The following approach has been applied: o The main topic is always found in the title of the work as given by the present owner or the information source 3 . a work entitled 'Venus and Adonis' is categorized under this main topic; 'The bath of Venus ', 'The crouching Venus ' and 'The toilet of Venus ' are grouped under a common main topic 'Toilet/Bath of Venus/ Venus crouching' .Sharp 185 LIUBOVPOPOVa Essays by Natalia Adaskina and Dmitrii Sarabianov ai3 OLGa rozanova Essay by Nina Gurianova 241 varvara STepanova Essay by Alexander Lavrentiev 271 na Dez HDa UDarrsova Essay by Vasilii Rakitin 298 Documen TS 348 LIST OF PLa Te S/BIBLIOGra PHY THe so Lomon r. We are indebted to the lenders to this exhibition, not only because they allowed us to bor- row their treasured works, but because they have made important contributions to the scholarship of this publication. I am thankful for Deutsche Bank's enthusiasm for the project as well as its sponsorship of the tour. Petersburg State Tretiakov Gallery, Moscow State Unified Art Museum, Kostroma Carmen Thyssen-Bornemisza Collection Vasnetsov Regional Art Museum, Kirov Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven sponsor's STa Temeri T Dr. Breuer Today, at the opening of a new century, the innovative achievements of the Russian avant-garde are comprehensively documented. Between 19, Udaltsova (her last name was then still Prudkovskaia) , her sister Liudmila, Popova, Pestel, and Mukhina attended the Moscow school run by the talented artist Konstantin Yuon and his colleague Ivan Dudin.'* (Udaltsova and Pestel arrived first, in 19 respectively, and were followed in 1908 by Liudmila Prudkovskaia, Popova, and Mukhina.) '5 At the school Popova became a close friend of Prudkovskaia, and the two sometimes spent summers together.GUGGen Heim FOun Danon Honorary Trus Tees in perpe Tui TY Solomon R. Thannhauser Peggy Guggenheim Honorary c Hairman Peter Lawson-Johnston CHairman Peter B. Yet, one aspect has so far received scant attention — namely the strong participation of female artists in this move- ment. When the urbane Hungarian artist Karoly Kiss arrived in Moscow (from Munich, in 1909) and opened a studio school, Udaltsova, Pestel, and Karetnikova immediately trans- ferred to his tutelage.' 6 The women were an intense and energetic group. ' 8 Even early in their lives and careers these artists were far from untraveled provincial young women; while still teenagers they had been exposed to the sights and major museums of Western Europe.Supporting services are necessary for the existence of the ecosystems and its provision, so in order to avoid double counting supporting services are not the subject for economic assessment. We evaluate ecosystem services based on the classification of ecosystem services of the Millennium Ecosystem Assessment.