Buy A Talha em Portugal by Robert Chester Smith (ISBN:) from Amazon’s Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. XXIII, p. 1. Robert C. Smith, Nicolau Nasoni: Arquitecto do Porto (Lisbon, ), p. ; Robert C. Smith, A talha em Portugal (Lisbon, ), p. Documentação, Porto, Diocese do Porto, , 4 volumes. 14 Robert C. Smith, A Talha em Portugal, Lisboa, Livros Horizonte, , p. 15 A «escriptura de.
Roch as the patron saint of the new church. Anthony of Padua ca. After the Lisbon earthquake smitn, the robertt and its ancillary residence were given to the Lisbon Holy House of Mercy to replace their church and headquarters which had been destroyed. A Capella de S. The wrought iron grille was erected in when the Holy Sacrament was moved from the High Altar to this chapel. It is characterized by popular Portuguese motifs — bunches of grapes, vine leaves, birds, and standing infants.
The multicoloured statue of St. Roch houses the model for the chapel, as well as some examples of the clothing, books and metalwork associated with it. Morna, Terisa Freitas, ed.
This chapel the first chapel on the right of the navebegun on 1 Aprilwas overseen by the Brotherhood of Our Lady of the Doctrine made up mostly of craftsmen and artisans. See also Caetano, Pinturanos. The models for the three panels were made by Agostino Masucci —and the mosaic themselves by Mattia Moretti died The church is made up of the chancel, eight main side-chapels in the church, as well as five other altars in the transepts.
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The semi-circular pinnacle incorporates a painting in the roundel, tempera on wood, representing Christ, Saviour of the World. The portugaal of columns with straight channelled shafts with gilt fillets on a lapis lazuli background, the austerity of geometric lines reinforced by the employment of precious marbles and mosaicsas well as the rocaille decoration illustrate the combination of innovations introduced by this chapel into the Portuguese decorative tradition.
Lisbon,pp. The classical style of the chapel is similar to that of the chancel. In the glass case beneath the altar is a 19th-century sculpture of Our Lady of the Happy Death.
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The three martyrs are probably St. The plan of church is simple and spacious — a wide single nave, a shallow squared apse, virtually no transept, and raised pulpits between recessed galleries over side chapels. Around the upper story of the nave is a cycle of oil painting depicting the w of Ignatius of Loyola ca.
Stanislaus KostkaSt. It remains a part of the Holy House of Mercy today, one of its many heritage buildings. The actual construction and decoration of this chapel, begun in and finished inwas overseen by the Brotherhood of Our Lady of Piety.
Licensing for more information. Beneath the west pulpit, between the Chapel of St. It depicts various stages of the Passion of Christ interlaced with allegoric paintings captioned with Biblical passages. The altar piece was completed inreplacing an earlier one which had fallen into disrepair.
The Holy House of Mercy still owns and operates the site today.
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The chapel introduced the then new rocaille or rococo style into Portugal. The ceiling near the front of the church was damaged in the earthquake and was rebuilt and repainted.
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Roch were in the forefront of this development. The timestamp is only as accurate as the clock in the camera, and it may be completely wrong.