volume III, number 3 (september 2003)

Religious Art and Architecture in Central Europe

Guest editor:
Wojciech Balus

CONTENTS
Introduction: Art Religions, Confessions, Nations and Politics
Wojciech Balus

Articles
The Role of New-Gothic in the Ecclesiastical Art of Austrian Historicism
Walter Krause

Architecture of the Ruthenian Greek Catholic Church in the Habsburg Monarch ca. 1770-1914
Piotr Krasny

Hungarian Reformed Church Architecture of the 19th and 20th Centuries
George Starr

Building a Church for a New Age: The Search for a Modern Catholic Art in Turn-of-the-century Central Europe
Bruce R. Berglund

Polish Ecclesiastical Architecture of the early 20th New Form and National Obligations

Krzysztof Stefanski

The Decoration of the Armenian Cathedral in Lwow
Joanna Wolanska

Reviews
Damjan Prelovsek: MLADI MISTRI. ARCHITEKTI ZE SKOLY OTTO WANERA NA MORAVE A VE SLEZKU by Jindrich Vybiral

Jindrich Vybiral: UNIVERSITAT ALS ‘MONUMENT’ UND ‘POLITIKUM.’ DIE REPRASENTATIONS BAUTEN DER PRAGER UNIVERSITATEN 1900-1935 UND DER POLITISCHEKONFLIKT ZWISCHEN ‘KONSERVATIVER’ UND ‘MODERNER’ ARCHITEKTUR by Michaela Marek

Christopher Long: JAN KOTERA 1871-1923: THE FOUNDER OF MODERN CZECH ARCHITECTURE edited by Vladimir Slapeta

Elana Shapira: ERNST EPSTEIN, 1881-1938: DER BAULEITER DES LOOSHAUSES ALS ARCHITEKT by Karlheinz Gruher, Sabine Holler-Alber, Markus Kristan