Narrativeness as a characteristic feature of modern stained glass art in modernist and postmodernist interiors of the churches in Krakow
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Narrativeness, often manifested by direct, figurative way, sometimes also encoded within the abstraction, is the essence of stained glass paintings in church interiors. One of the ways of reading the ambiguous content is to define mutual relationship of form and the imagery hidden in stained glass, as well as to diagnose the imaging methods adopted by the artist in the context of sacred architectural space. The aim of this paper is to analyze in that way selected works created after the Second Vatican Council (1962‒1965), which complement the interiors of the Krakow churches.
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