David Franz Hobelleitner

Fotografie David HobelleitnerPhoto: © Hubert Auer

David Franz Hobelleitner, M.A.
Assistant research fellow

Unipark Nonntal, Erzabt-Klotz-Straße 1, Room 2.427, 5020 Salzburg

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Research Focus

  • Visual arts in medieval and early modern times
  • Medieval murals in Rome and Central Italy
  • Iconography of saints; saintly popes
  • Political iconography
  • Art and Liturgy

 

Biography

David Franz Hobelleitner studied Art History and Philosophy as well as Opera in Graz/Austria and graduated with theses regarding the “Madonna of the Rosary” by Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio (BA) as well as Joseph Adam Mölk and the baroque frescoes of the Cistercian monastery in Rein/Austria (MA). David F. Hobelleitner was affiliated as a student assistant at the Department of Art History at the Karl-Franzens-University Graz, supporting the Slovenian-Austrian research project “Auftraggeber als Träger der Landesidentität. Kunst in der Steiermark vom Mittelalter bis 1918/Patrons and National Identity: Art in Styria from the Middle Ages to 1918”. In 2015 he attended the summer school on 13th-century Roman art at the Bibliotheca Hertziana (Max Planck Institute for Art History) in Rome. His working focus is on the visual arts of the Middle Ages and the Early Modern period, especially on Italian art. Currently, he is working on his PhD project Saints in the Sacred City (working title), dealing with saints in Rome during the 11th-century reform. David F. Hobelleitner is a research assistant at the Chair of Medieval and Early Modern Art (Renate Prochno-Schinkel) at the Paris-Lodron-University Salzburg. He is associated with the PhD-college “Interdisciplinary Research on Historical Cultures” at the University’s Center for Medieval and Early Modern Times ( IZMF).

Publications

Santo subito? Popes as ‚New Saints‘ in the Age of Eleventh-Century Reform, in: Il Capitale Culturale 21, 2020, S. 61–85.

Papstreihen als visualisierte Vergangenheit, in: Augustyn, Wolfgang; Worm, Andrea (Hg.): Vergangenheit visualisieren. Geschichtskonzepte im Mittelalter und in der Frühen Neuzeit, München 2020, S. 113–136.

»…auf dem abteylichen Chor ein Altar Coenae Domini.« Der Abendmahlsaltar in der Peterskirche des Benediktinerstifts Sankt Lambrecht und seine Auftraggeber, in: Hobelleitner, David Franz; Lein, Edgar (Hg.): Auftraggeber als Träger der Landesidentität. Kunst in der Steiermark vom Mittelalter bis 1918, Graz 2016, S. 85–98.

Zum Leben und Werk des Joseph Adam Mölk. Eine kurze Einführung, in: Stadlober, Margit; Steinklauber, Ulla; Klein, Eva (Hg.): Schloss Thinnfeld. Ein Gesamtkunstwerk des 18. Jahrhunderts (Forschungen zur geschichtlichen Landeskunde der Steiermark 69), Graz 2015, S. 121–125.

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