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The example of El Salvador provides one such instance. View of the High Altar. La fase clasicista — As has been reiterated in this investigation, the commissioning or continuation of new projects did not cease in totality, even during the most severe periods of crisis. For long-established dioceses or those of particular prestige and financial means, the period of the seventeenth century presented a variety of conditions in relation to architectural works undertaken.
The splendour that Seville manifested throughout the s and s in devotional architecture and ephemerae, during the worst years of the plague and financial crisis, best illustrate this last point Romero Torres The enormous sum spent on the project testifies to the improved financial liquidity of the Chapter in the eighteenth century compared with that of the seventeenth.
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 During the economic, social and political crises that affected seventeenth century Spain, a new form of architectural practice emerged.
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Seville Cathedral and the Church of the Sagrario. The panorama of cathedral building in the seventeenth century was anything but homogenous.
Ponz then raised the issue of demolishing the retablo due to having rel 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. Serrera, J M In an open competition was held for the design of the retablo.
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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. Jovellanos, G M It stands out as the dsl work of Spanish architectural and art historiography. Despite the economic turbulence of the seventeenth century, the Church remained by far the largest commissioning body of new architectural work.
Its broad base of multiple income streams and its enormous influence on the economy allowed its interests to be well protected, though not completely immune to the turbulence that faced many other sectors of the society, as shall be seen in the examples of large-scale architectural projects cited below Rawlings Architectural Monsters in Enlightenment Spain.
It could also be read as a spiritual manoeuvre, sealing a pact between the citizens of a city, its Church and God, gambling, as it were, for a better future through architecture Cruz Isidoro For the work in the sacristy they received a total of 33, realespaid in two portions, the first amount of 15, in and the remaining 18, in Recio Mir Convento e Igrexa de San Paulo, Valladolid.
En torno a las exequias de Felipe IV en Sevilla. Begun in the same year as the Chapter House, it was completed in ten years.
With the stabilisation of the Castilian economy towards the end of the seventeenth century came a renewed programme of large-scale architectural construction in Seville. La Catedral de Valladolid: Mateu Ibars, J Histooria of Political Economy 51 6: The door that connects the Sagrario with the Cathedral is at the base of the image.
The interior of the church of the former convent of San Pablo el Real. The work on the Cathedral of Segovia gives us further insight into the effects of inflation on the ggarcia costs of a project. DantePetrarca e Bocaccio.
In the face of volatile income streams, high inflation, devaluation in currency and social and spiritual uncertainty, the architecture of the period was remarkable in its affront to these challenges. The trade-off for the eventual completion displays the two-fold compromise that mark garccia all architectural projects faced with financing issues: The monopoly of the architect as the unique provider of design services had been broken.