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Pedro and Miguel Borja were commissioned to carve the stone vault immediately before the crossing and again the following year to realise further work on the remaining bays Bravo Bernal The seven-hundred-year campaign against the Muslim territories of the Iberian Peninsula reached its conclusion in with the capture of Granada.

Work on construction stopped completely. New forms and practices of architecture emerged, perhaps best illustrated in the work of the architect Leonardo de Figueroa c. 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.

The interior of the church of the former convent of San Pablo el Real. As recent scholarship has demonstrated and as has been argued here, the question itself was long framed through what has now been acknowledged as the wrong lens.

The plan to construct a new sacramental chapel for Seville Cathedral was approved in Ponz then raised the issue of demolishing the retablo due to having heard that there were possible structural problems caused by its weight — though it is highly probable that it was in fact Ponz who gave new currency to this old concern.


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These negative topoi have, in many cases, found their way into the contemporary historiography of Spanish architecture of the period, typically depicted as all surface and no space, relegating it to a place lesser importance. Consideraciones sobre la universalidad de Alonso Cano —67 y su fama de arquitecto. Arenillas, J A Fernando el tercero de Castilla y de Leon: Despite the economic turbulence of the seventeenth century, the Church remained by far the largest commissioning body of new architectural work.

Una cosa es verlo, y otra decirlo. Seville Cathedral and the Church of the Sagrario. Noutros proxectos Wikimedia Commons. In war began between Spain and Portugal, reducing the revenues of the archdiocese whose western edge formed a lengthy border with its neighbour. Acknowledgements I would like to thanks Dr Pauline Grosjean of the Australia School of Business, UNSW Australia, for her assistance with the interpretation of the data pertaining to the monetary fluctuations and seigniorage, and their association with inflation and wages.

El Sagrario, un problema y su historia. Los retablos colaterales de la iglesia del Meleero de Sevilla. On the one hand, the two institutional pillars of Church and state guaranteed a continuation of commissions, albeit of varying scale and nature.

It did not, however, signify the end of architecture as so many critics of the late-eighteenth century lamented.

Important ecclesiastical structures such as the collegiate church of El Salvador rebuild reserved the use of stonework for the principal structural elements — columns, buttressing, arches and bracing elements — whilst the other major projects of the latter half of the seventeenth century, including the convent church of San Pablo el Real, the hospital and church of la Santa Caridad, the naval college of San Telmo and all conventual chapels, re-embraced the use of brickwork Sancho Corbacho Rey Castelao, O The increased sum that the Borjas received for their work in plaster between and may have been due to the changing value both face and real of the coinage, which if in essence was devalued, would have meant that the nominal wage received would be a higher figure, also taking into account the high rate of inflation.


San Lorenzo de El Escorial: In April a decision was reached by members of the Chapter in regard to the materials to be used for the construction of the sacristy of the new church.

En la imprenta de la Viuda de Ibarra. For the stone carving work the Borjas were paid a total of 22, reales.

La Catedral de Sevilla. Journal of Political Economy 51 6: A partir dee co exemplo do Retablo maior da catedral de Astorgarealizado por Gaspar Becerradeuse un cambio total cara ao romanismo. It was customary Castilian modegno to commemorate the passing of a monarch by erecting an ephemeral funerary monument, generally commissioned and paid for by the municipal council.

However, the near-complete church collapsed only hours after its consecration in