Publications on Manor Houses in Latvia

 

Imants Lancmanis. Vidzemes muižu arhitektūra = Architektur Livländischer Gutshäuser (The Architecture of Livonian Manor Houses)

Rundāle: Rundāle Palace Museum, 2015. 349 p., 433 images
This book charts the development of Livonian manor house architecture from the Middle Ages to WWI. The stylistic and typological development is enhanced with images of lost manor houses and portraits of their constructors.
Published in Latvian and German.
Out of print

 

Dainis Bruģis. Jumpravmuiža = Jungfernhof (Jumpravmuiža Manor)

Rundāle: Rundāle Palace Museum, 2005. 52 p., 40 images
A monographic study of the manor house’s history, its architecture, art treasures and proprietors.
Published in Latvian and German with a summary in English and Russian
Price: 5.50 EUR

 

Dainis Bruģis. Šēnbergas muiža = Schönberg (Šēnberga Manor)

Rundāle: Rundāle Palace Museum, 2005. 72 p., 60 images
A monographic study of the manor house’s history, its architecture, art treasures and proprietors.
Published in Latvian and German with a summary in English and Russian
Price: 5.50 EUR

 

Imants Lancmanis. Svitenes muiža. Bērsteles muiža = Schwitten. Gross Bersteln (Svitene Manor. Bērstele Manor)

Rundāle: Rundāle Palace Museum, 2003. 85 p., 77 images
A monographic study of the history of both manor houses, their architecture, art treasures and proprietors.
Published in Latvian and German with a summary in English and Russian
Price: 5.50 EUR

 

Imants Lancmanis. Iecavas muiža = Groß-Eckau (Iecava Manor)

Rundāle: Rundāle Palace Museum, 2001. 72 p., 75 images

A monographic study of the manor house’s history, its architecture, art treasures and the Count von der Pahlen Family.
Published in Latvian and German with a summary in English and Russian
Price: 5.50 EUR

Imants Lancmanis. Garozas muiža. Lambārtes muiža = Garrosen. Lambertshof (Garoza Manor. Lambārte Manor)

Rundāle: Rundāle Palace Museum, 2001. 60 p., 44 images

A monographic study of the history of both manor houses, their architecture, art treasures and proprietors.
Published in Latvian and German with a summary in English and Russian
Price: 5.50 EUR

Imants Lancmanis. Kaucmindes muiža = Kautzemünde (Kaucminde Manor)

Rundāle: Rundāle Palace Museum, 1999. 52 p., 49 images

A monographic study of the manor house’s history, its architecture, art treasures and the Count von der Pahlen Family.
Published in Latvian and German with a summary in English and Russian
Price: 5.50 EUR

 

Muiža zem ozoliem. Ungurmuiža un fon Kampenhauzenu dzimta = Gutshof unter den Eichen. Orellen und die Familie von Campenhausen (Manor House under the Oak Trees. Ungurmuiža Manor and the Kampenhausen Family)

Exhibition catalogue. Author collective: Rundāle: Rundāle Palace Museum, 1998. 381 p.

A monograph-type catalogue featuring several studies about the construction of Unguri Manor ensemble, its gardens and water systems, the oldest wooden construction – the Master’s House, its construction history, restoration, interiors and art treasures, as well as its proprietor Baron von Kampenhausen’s family and their links to the Moravian Brethren (Herrnhuter) in Livonia in the 18th century. 
Published in Latvian and German.
Price: 8.50 EUR

Dainis Bruģis. Bornsmindes muiža = Bornsmünde (Bornsminde Manor)

Rundāle: Rundāle Palace Museum, 1997. 50 p., 56 images

A monographic study of the manor house’s history, its architecture, art treasures and Baron von Schoeppingk Family.
Published in Latvian and German with a summary in English and Russian
Price: 5.50 EUR

 

Imants Lancmanis, Ilze Janele. Mežotnes muiža (Mežotne Manor)

Rundāle: Rundāle Palace Museum, 1993. 48 p.

A monographic study of the manor house’s history, its architecture, park, art treasures and proprietors.
Published in Latvian, German and Russian
Out of print

Eleja Palace: Catalogue

Author collective. Rundāle: Rundāle Palace Museum, 1992. 188 p.

A monograph-type catalogue featuring studies about the construction of Eleja Palace ensemble, art treasures acquired stowed in the palace and their consequent fate. The publication was conceived for the exhibition at the Rundāle Palace Museum in 1989.
Published in Latvian, German and Russian
Out of print

 

17.04.2019