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The Church was by far the larger protagonist in terms of the geographic scope and variety of commissions instigated throughout the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries Belda et al. Their skill set was no longer unique nor necessarily needed for the forms of architectural interventions that now encrusted themselves onto extant structures and spaces, whose existence was fleeting and liminal or whose design emphasised the illusionary and theatrical.

Domestic and foreign capital was siphoned northwards to pay for these bellicose ventures, leaving the Crown repeatedly bankrupt and the nation drained. A Santa Cea de Juan de Juanes The Religious Patronage of the Duke of Lerma, — As such, these individuals were considered obliged to contribute substantially to the funding of major works.

The construction of the new cathedral of Segovia stalled in Seville Cathedral and the Church of the Sagrario.

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The Dream of Reason: For the most populous city in Castile, the seventeenth century opened in a manner in which the majority of its parishes found their churches in relatively good repair; whatever overflow of parishioners there may have been was absorbed by the glut of conventual chapels Pleguezuelo Large-scale use of stonework was only introduced to the city with the commencement of the Cathedral in the fifteenth century.


It was evidence of a culture where the insatiable pursuit of novelty reigned over the moderating measure of reason. Within the interior of the Sagrario the first manifestation of this shift was in the carving of the nave vaults in by the brothers Borja Figs. Ponz attacked the structure and its designer: The incomplete Cathedral of Valladolid.

It will be shown that far from acting as one monolithic nation-state or empire — and thus subject to a single historical argument Kamen Seville Cathedral and the Church of the Sagrario.

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The brick flooring installed in had to be ripped up to accommodate mass graves for the enormous number of dead; the resultant stench was apparently so foul that no work could be done on the site for five months.

Start Submission Become a Reviewer. The seventeenth century presented the Church with many threats to its income base, especially war, environmental disasters and pestilence. Sometimes, as happened in the second half of the seventeenth century, such additional elements came to be seen as integral. New forms and practices of architecture emerged, perhaps best illustrated in the work of the architect Leonardo de Figueroa c.

From onwards contracts for works on the Sagrario changed from a per-diem rate to an up-front fixed price. The trade-off for the eventual completion displays the two-fold compromise that mark nearly all architectural projects faced with financing issues: Llaguno y Amirola, E b.

During the Spanish-Portuguese war of the s, those dioceses whose frontier territories were subject to the theatre of war experienced a sharp drop in income.


Yet despite this programme of treatment, the tangible consequence of reform was not felt until the end of the seventeenth century. Blasco Esquivias, B With the economic crisis of the s, the time frame of projects was elongated, opening up opportunity for a wider range of disciplines to participate in the design process, especially those traditionally external to it Arenillas Arquivado dende o orixinal o 16 de xaneiro de In war began between Spain and Portugal, reducing the revenues of the archdiocese whose western edge formed a lengthy border with its neighbour.

The exterior of the former naval college of San Telmo.

Recio Mir, A Hamilton, E J The consecration of the church had been celebrated with an ephemeral structure of painted timber, considered to have acted as a full-scale maquette for the permanent one to be built of marble. Vel was customary Castilian habit to commemorate meleto passing of a monarch by erecting an ephemeral funerary monument, generally commissioned and paid for by the municipal council.

What does the carving of a timber reredos have to do with the carving of stonework?

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One such instance occurred during the period in question with the Borjas. The red marble retablo of the Magdalene located in the Epistle transept. Renacimiento II y Manierismo.