Author: The Peruvian Baroque architect.

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                                                    Corona Sancta

1. 

Peter Paul Rubens, The Virgin and the Child in a Garland of Flowers

2. 

Gerard Seghers (1591-1651) and Frans Ykens (1601-1693) — The Virgin and Child with a Garland of Flower

3. “Virgen dela Dulce Espera” Unknown; Spain mid 17th Century

4. Jan Brueghel (Younger), Holy Family in the frame of flowers

5. 

Daniël Seghers (1590–1661) — Cartouche with the Virgin and Child and Saint Anne, from 1655-1660

6. 

Cornelis Schut the Elder (1597-1655) — Saint Ignatius of Loyola in a wreath

7. 

Cybele and the Seasons in a Garland of Fruit – Jan Brueghel the Elder 1618

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Attributed to Antonio Ponce (1608-1662) –– A Garland of Flowers With Apples, Plums and Other Fruit

9. Still life with flowers in a glass vase, by Jan Davidsz

10. 

Jan Davidsz de Heem; Fruits and Flowers

Plaza Mayor de Lima, Ciudad de Los Reyes, cabe…

Plaza Mayor de Lima, Ciudad de Los Reyes, cabeza de los reinos del Perú. La preside la fuente fundida en bronce por Antonio de Rivas en 1651. Uno de sus frentes está conformado por la Catedral, consagrada en 1625, la Iglesia parroquial del Sagrario, estrenada en 1680, y el Palacio Arzobispal, inaugurado en 1924.

Plaza Mayor of Lima, ciudad de Los Reyes. It is presided by the bronze fountain made by Antonio de Rivas in 1651. One of its sides contains the Cathedral, consecrated in 1625, the parish church of el Sagrario, built in 1680 and the Archbishop’s Palace, inaugurated in 1924.

artist-tintoretto: The Vision of St Peter, Ti…

artist-tintoretto:

The Vision of St Peter, Tintoretto

Medium: oil,canvas

Vista del patio principal de la casa del conqu…

Vista del patio principal de la casa del conquistador Jerónimo de Aliaga, en el Centro Histórico de Lima.

Main courtyard in the house of conquistador Jerónimo de Aliaga, in the Historic Centre of Lima.

Temprano en la calle del Rastro de San Francis…

Temprano en la calle del Rastro de San Francisco, Centro Histórico de Lima.

Early in the Rastro de San Francisco street, Historic Centre of Lima.

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By Anne Leader 

Architect Antonio da Sangallo the Younger died at Terni on 3 August 1546. Born Antonio di Antonio Cordiani in Florence in 1484, he was the nephew of architects Giuliano da Sangallo (d. 1516) and Antonio da Sangallo the Elder (d. 1534). A dominant figure in sixteenth-century Roman architecture, Antonio the Younger was personal architect to Cardinal Alessandro Farnese (later Pope Paul III, r. 1536-50), for whom he designed the Palazzo Farnese in Rome. He also was active at the site of New St. Peter’s, serving as lead architect from 1520 until his death.


Reference: Caroline Elam, et al. “Sangallo, da.” Grove Art Online. Oxford Art Online. Oxford University Press.


Palazzo Farnese, begun 1515, Rome.

Design for New St. Peter’s, Rome.

Santa Maria di Loreto, begun 1507, Rome.

Baldassini Palace, begun 1516, Rome.

Portada de San Luis Obispo, en la puerta later…

Portada de San Luis Obispo, en la puerta lateral de la Iglesia de San Francisco de Lima. Fue labrada por el maestro Manuel de Escobar en 1673.

Portal dedicated to Bishop Saint Louis in the lateral door of the church of San Francisco in Lima. It was built by master Manuel de Escobar in 1673.

Balcón republicano de la casa llamada del Oido…

Balcón republicano de la casa llamada del Oidor (s. XIX) en la esquina de Arzobispo y Pescadería, Centro Histórico de Lima.

Republican balcony of the so-called House of the Oidor (s. XIX) in the corner of Arzobispo and Pescadería streets, Historic Centre of Lima.

Aldaba de bronce de la puerta principal de la …

Aldaba de bronce de la puerta principal de la Catedral de Lima.

Bronze knocker in the main door of Lima Cathedral.

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speciesbarocus:

Pedro de Ribera – Project for the facade of the church of the Jesuit Casa Profesa de Madrid (c. 1700).