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Escultura en el Nuevo Reino de Granada : siglos XVI-XVII / Jesús Andrés Aponte.

Author:
Aponte Pareja, Jesús Andrés [Browse]
Format:
Book
Language:
English
Published/​Created:
[Bogotá] : Embajada de España en Colombia, Agencia Española de Cooperación Internacional para el Desarrollo en Colombia : J.A. Aponte, 2015.
Description:
344 pages : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 31 cm
Summary note:
A publication by Colombian historian dealing with the sculptural heritage that Colombia treasured during the Mannerist period and the first section of the baroque. Colombia constituted the nucleus of an extinct colonial territory called New Kingdom of Granada by the Spanish conquerors, which remained active between the years 1514 and 1810. Panama and part of the republics of Ecuador and Venezuela, were also part of the territory, although the historian focuses his research on the present Colombian territory. This sculptural collection is characterized by its great number of works of art and the great quality of them. The close relations of the New Kingdom of Granada with the metropolis Spanish artists involved both a notable artistic dependency and the commission to workshops or artistic circles of the most prestigious sculptors who resided mainly in Seville from the second third of the XVI until the end of the next century. The book is organized in several chapters in chronological order, from the Spanish-Flemish influence to the sculptures of the circle of Pedro Roldán, passing through artists such as Juan Bautista Vásquez, Jerónimo Hernández, Marcos Cabrera, Juan de Oviedo, Martínez Montañés, Diego López Bueno, Francisco de Ocampo, Juan de Mesa and Alonso Cano, among others. The publication analyzes the few documented and already known sculptures, those documented but still unknown and those considered anonymous but of clear Sevillana affiliation, either for having arrived from that port or for having been the product of sculptors trained in their artistic focus who emigrated to the colonized lands of Latin America.
Bibliographic references:
Includes bibliographical references.
Language(s):
In Spanish.
Contents:
Formación de la Escuela Sevillana de Escultura e inicio del tráfico artístico hacia las Indias -- Primeros envíos desde Sevilla: La influencia hispano-flamenca -- El manierismo florentino: Juan Bautista Vásquez y el envío de sus obras a ultramar -- Jerónimo Hernández y la introducción del romanticismo en Andalucía y América -- Escultores peninsulares emigrados al Nuevo Reino de Granada a fines del siglo xvi y principios del XVII -- La iconografía del Crucificado de Vittoria Colonna y la probable presencia del escultor Marcos Cabrera en el Nuevo Reino de Granada -- El tránsito hacia el realismo: Juan de Oviedo y de la Bandera y la presencia de su arte en América a través de sus envíos a Tierra Firme -- Juan Martínez Montañés y el triunfo del realismo -- Sagrarios enviados por Martínez Montañés al Nuevo Reino de Granada -- La iconografía del Niño Jesús en la obra de Juan Martínez Montañés -- Discípulos y colaboradores de Juan Martínez Montañés: Diego López Bueno -- Francisco de Ocampo y Felguera -- Juan de Mesa y Velasco y la introducción al Barroco -- Obras anónimas importadas relacionadas con el entorno de Juan Martínez Montañés -- Esculturas influenciadas por los esquemas Montañesinos realizadas en suelo neogranadino -- Obras relacionadas con Alonso Cano y su taller -- Esculturas del Círculo de Pedro Roldán.
Subject(s):
ISBN:
  • 9789584671134
  • 9584671138
OCLC:
993763529
Issuing body:
Sponsoring body:
RCP:
C - S