By Bramante, Donato; Aragonien König Ferdinand II; Freiberg, Jack; Kastilien Königin Isabella I; the Apostle Saint Peter, the Apostle Saint. Peter, (the Apostle Saint). Peter
The Tempietto, the embodiment of the Renaissance mastery of classical structure and its Christian reinvention, used to be additionally the preeminent fee of the Catholic kings, Ferdinand of Aragon and Isabel of Castile, in papal Rome. This groundbreaking e-book situates Bramante's typical memorial devoted to Saint Peter and the origins of the Roman Catholic Church on the heart of a coordinated software of the humanities exalting Spain's management within the quest for Christian hegemony. The ideas in shape and iconography that made the Tempietto an authoritative version for Western structure have been fortified in legacy monuments created by means of the popes in Rome and the kings in Spain from the later Renaissance to the current day. New pictures expressly taken for this research catch complete perspectives and centred information of this exemplar of Renaissance artwork and statecraft
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21 The project must have been under way on June 23, 1494, when Mendoza executed his last will and testament, granting Carvajal 500 gold ducats to provide a gilt silver reliquary Figure 3. Antoniazzo Romano and assistants, Legend of the True Cross. Santa Croce in Gerusalemme. Photo courtesy of Marcello Castrichini. 14 • Bramante’s Tempietto, the Roman Renaissance, and the Spanish Crown Figure 4. Cardinal Pedro González de Mendoza and Saint Helen, detail, Legend of the True Cross. Santa Croce in Gerusalemme.
This conflicted relationship between the monarchs and the pope, which continued throughout Borgia’s pontificate, is insufficient to diminish the claims Carvajal made in the oration or his broader efforts to celebrate Spain’s destiny. By the time of the consistory of 1493, those efforts had been under way for five years at Santa Croce in Gerusalemme and San Pietro in Montorio. 23 In the mid-fifteenth century, Alfonso Paradinas, canon of the Cathedral of Seville and later bishop of Ciudad Rodrigo, constructed the church along the outer perimeter of Piazza Navona.
By way of introduction, I turn to an event drawn from the mid-fifteenth century when Spain’s influence in Rome was firmly established. In the autumn of 1461 Enea Silvia Piccolomini, the humanist Pope Pius II (1458–64), visited the city of Porto, located near Ostia just west of Rome. His longtime friend Cardinal Juan de Carvajal staged an elaborate outdoor welcome for the papal party, sheltering his guests with tents and arbors formed with the intertwined branches of trees. 8 Carvajal belonged to an influential group of Spaniards in the Roman Curia including fellow Castilians Juan de Torquemada (d.
Bramante's Tempietto, the Roman Renaissance, and the Spanish crown by Bramante, Donato; Aragonien König Ferdinand II; Freiberg, Jack; Kastilien Königin Isabella I; the Apostle Saint Peter, the Apostle Saint. Peter, (the Apostle Saint). Peter