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During the economic, social and political crises that affected seventeenth century Spain, a new form of architectural practice emerged. Del clasicismo al barroco. Historical Myth and National Identity. Similar situations can be seen in other ecclesiastical ventures throughout Castile.
The ambition of the Cathedral Chapter to build, or rebuild, was far more restrained in the seventeenth century, especially compared with the architectural legacy of the previous century. Since its foundation in the Real Academia de Bellas Artes de San Fernando had effectively been an instrument with no real power; a tertulia of the artistic elite, it provided grounds for debate, training and a platform for the initial reform of the arts in Spain. As previously mentioned, the construction of the sacristy was executed in brick and not stone, as in the main church, owing to a lack of funds.
From the beginning of construction in through to the average inflation on the build was per cent, though in the period between and it was an astonishing per cent Cillanueva Santos Romero Torres, J L Building activity was weak, especially when compared with that of the sixteenth century, yet like the income stream that supported it, it did not stop completely, instead changing course.
Photo by Isabel Moguer Creative Commons license. Copyright Eric Wooten Creative Commons license. Ponz journeyed around Spain, visiting each city and large town, documenting works, their authors, and their qualities, and, of particular interest to this study, passing judgment on their merit, at least as he perceived them. Following the model established in the periods of economic crisis of the preceding century, commissioning patrons would convene competitions and choose the best design irrespective of training or formation.
Cillanueva de Santos, M A A Santa Cea de Juan de Juanes The ephemeral altarpiece erected in the Sagrario, Seville Cathedral, A pesar de que o cabido de Sevilla pretendeu que quedase na cidade, Fancelli partiu para Granada en xullo de These were designs that could elicit maximum emotional response from a visitor whilst simultaneously reflecting the maximum glory onto the patron and creators.
In an attempt to control the costs in relation to the completion of the Sagrario, new means of managing the project were implemented in terms of design, labour and materials.
Whilst the scale of these projects is on par with those of the sixteenth century, the manner in which they were conceived differs greatly. Arquivado dende o orixinal o 16 de xaneiro de Costaras, N and Young, C eds. Interior of the Royal Chapel, Seville Cathedral. San Lorenzo de El Escorial: Taking as an example the Cathedral of Seville and in particular, the course of the construction of the church of the Sagrario Fig.
These essentially scenographic elements of the exterior and interior without doubt claimed a considerable portion of work that had previously been part of the larger architectural project. View of the High Altar. Whilst the battle with Portugal may have affected the income of the Cathedral, the greatest social and spiritual disaster came with the devastating plague of En casa de la viuda de Hidalgo y sobrino.
Fiat Money in 17th Century Castile. The carving work by the Borjas can be seen in the vaults above. Abstract When it came time for the critics and historiographers of the late eighteenth modernk early nineteenth centuries to write the grand narrative of Spanish architecture, the decadence of Habsburg monarchy, economy and society was paralleled to the decline of the noble art itself.
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These grand projects, all of stone save the belfry, rendered the periphery of the Gothic structure an almost continuous work zone for the majority of the sixteenth century, bequeathing Spain with the finest suite of ecclesiastical architecture from the period Fig. The splendour that Seville aret 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 Fresh from Versailles, Felipe V imposed a centralised model of government on what had been a collection of semi-autonomous regions and similarly began consolidating artistic control and production in Madrid and its satellites of royal residences.
Termination of the nave. Architectural Histories2 1p. The apparent paradox manifest in commissioning new works in times of crisis can be explained in part on the desire by those who held reserves of capital in the form of currency to dispose of it as quickly as possible, lest its value be eroded by the dual threats of further devaluations of the currency or inflation.
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.
It is one thing to observe it and another to pronounce it. Arenillas, J A Bonet Correa, A renacimienro Another case from the completion of the sacristy — the plaster decoration of the vaults — further highlights the problematic of material specification, financing and a shift in the architectural paradigm of seventeenth-century Castile.
Was it the economic crisis that led to the abandonment of stone as the material of primary architectural expression for large-scale architecture in Seville, or was it a shift in the manner in which architecture was beginning to be conceived?
The End of Architecture? Castilian ecclesiastical income was drawn from three primary sources: This is especially the case in non-Spanish language literature that has yet to assimilate recent scholarship about the architecture of the Iberian Baroque.
Renacimiento II y Manierismo. Actas III Congreso internacional del barroco americano: The consequences of the crisis on major cathedral works varied from diocese to diocese, though across the range there was a general reduction in the workforce employed. 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 El Monasterio del Escorial y la arquitectura: Felipe II y su tiempo, Madrid: