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Chapel of the Holy Family Chapel of St. The main image in the altar piece is a lateth-century painted wooden image of St. On the left and right side are lateth-century sculptures of St. Joachim and St. Anne, parents of the Virgin Mary. It is characterized by popular Portuguese motifs — bunches of grapes, vine leaves, birds, and standing infants.

The breccia marble paneling and altar also display botanical, zoologic, anthropomorphic, geometric and allegoric motifs. Francis Xavier , was also done in Its decoration, dating to the first half of the 17th century, is typical of the Mannerist period: classical, sober and balanced.

Roch[ edit ] This chapel the third chapel on the right dates from the second half of the 16th century, from the time of the building of the Jesuit church. According to tradition the altar is said to stand on the site of the apse of the original plague shrine. The altar piece was completed in , replacing an earlier one which had fallen into disrepair. The central niche houses a statue in upholstered wood of St.

The altar piece also includes sculptures of St. James and St. Sebastian , as well as six statuettes in silvered woods of the four Evangelists and Saints Peter and Paul. Roch late 16th century , is considered to be one of the finest works by the Mannerist painter Gaspar Dias ca. Chapel of the Most Holy Sacrament[ edit ] The fourth chapel on the right was founded in The wrought iron grille was erected in when the Holy Sacrament was moved from the High Altar to this chapel.

The present decoration dates from the late 17th and early 18th centuries. The altar piece was carved by the Lisbon master carver Matias Rodrigues de Carvalho. The classical style of the chapel is similar to that of the chancel. Anthony[ edit ] The second chapel on the left, dedicated to St.

Anthony of Padua ca. It was built in but partly destroyed in the earthquake of Its decoration reflects the early classical and geometric style of the chancel, Baroque elements of the 18th century, and the restoration efforts of the 19th century.

The multicoloured statue of St. Anthony is of upholstered wood of the Mannerist period. Anthony and his Vision of the Virgin. The actual construction and decoration of this chapel, begun in and finished in , was overseen by the Brotherhood of Our Lady of Piety.

The altar piece dates from and is the work of master carver Bento da Fonseca de Azevedo. Niches with 18th-century upholstered and coloured sculptures of saints — Longinus on the right and Veronica on the left [44] — are found in the sides of the entrance arch. This was a new aspect contributing to the beginnings of a theatre-like taste in the decoration of churches in Portugal. In the glass case beneath the altar is a 19th-century sculpture of Our Lady of the Happy Death.

Seen as the initiation of this change in Portugal, the Chapel of Our Lady of Piety influenced the decoration and composition of several other important chapels elsewhere in the country. Chapel of St. The armillary sphere has been a national symbol of Portugal since the reign of King Manuel I , an allusion to the Portuguese Age of Discovery. Upon completion, it was said to be the most expensive chapel in Europe, funded with the gold and other wealth that flowed to Portugal from Brazil.

The designs and material were assembled under the direction of the architects Luigi Vanvitelli — and Niccolo Salvi — Hundreds of different artists and craftsmen worked on its construction. The chapel introduced the then new rocaille or rococo style into Portugal. The use of columns with straight channelled shafts with gilt fillets on a lapis lazuli background, the austerity of geometric lines reinforced by the use of precious marbles and mosaics , and the rocaille decoration illustrate the combination of innovations introduced by this chapel into the Portuguese decorative tradition.

The side panels — Annunciation and Pentecost — and the central panel — The Baptism of Christ — as well as the floor displaying an armillary sphere , are mosaics, remarkable for their nuances and for their sense of perspective.

The models for the three panels were made by Agostino Masucci — , and the mosaic themselves by Mattia Moretti d. Precious materials were demanded by the Portuguese court; thus we find several types of ornamental stones: lapis lazuli , agate , antique green, alabaster , Carrara marble , amethyst , purple porphyry , green porphyry, French white-black, ancient breccia , diaspore , and Persian gold-yellow, to name just a few. The Chapel of St. John the Baptist is an Italian Roman work of art, complete and uniform in its own specific style.

Besides the architectural monument of the chapel itself, other pieces used in worship, with similar high technical and artistic quality, were created: church vestments , ornaments, lacework and books.

Roch houses the model for the chapel, as well as some examples of the clothing, books and metalwork associated with it. Tregian was initially interred beneath the floor of the nave in front of the Chapel of the Holy Sacrament.

An inscribed stone still marks that spot. The inscription on the present tomb, translated, reads: Here stands the body of Master Francis Tregian, a very eminent English gentleman who — after the confiscation of his wealth and after having suffered much during the 28 years he spent in prison for defending the Catholic faith in England during the persecutions under Queen Elizabeth — died in this city of Lisbon with great fame for saintliness on December 25th, Many are associated with the Society of Jesus.

Most are gifts of D. Francis Borgia — In return the grateful Jesuits allowed the donors — D. Roch are of different shapes, generally depending on the relic they house: arms, male and female torsos, urns , ostensories , chests. Suarez is known as a precursor of modern theories of international law. It is the oldest surviving altar piece in a Jesuit church in Portugal, remarkable in its precocious use of marbles inlaid with colour. The silverwork, dated , was offered by D. The Jesuits of St.

Roch were in the forefront of this development. The lowest row of twenty paintings, considered to be the most important, recounts incidents and miracles in the life of St. Francis Xavier , especially his travels to the Far East.

Francis Xavier was recognized as Blessed , and was part of a Jesuit propaganda program to promote his canonization which finally occurred in It depicts various stages of the Passion of Christ interlaced with allegoric paintings captioned with Biblical passages.

Ignatius of Loyola , founder of the Society of Jesus. They came here from the now-defunct Jesuit novitiate at Cotovia and are attributed to Domingos da Cunha, the Cabrinha.

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This first essay was followed by others, which favored the study of dialogues between the gilded woodcarving and the azulejo, but also with the marble inlays, and that the participation in the AzLab 26 is an example, materializing in a comparative analysis that evidences mutual mimicking and appropriations. She recalled the importance of the engravings in the traits of these integrated arts, evidencing the transversal importance of these and their applicability in the two arts under analysis, leading the audience on a journey to the mimicry of forms through various ornamental motifs: mascarons, caryatids and putti-atlantes. Next, she showed examples of mutual mimicking between the azulejo and the gilded woodcarving, very common in the baroque period, that later knew new variants in the rococo and the neoclassical periods, illustrating and highlighting the rapprochement between the arts from the rococo through the appropriations — by the azulejo — of the elements and colors of the gilded woodcarving, either in full frames or through small notes. Trying to construct a repertoire of forms shared by mural painting and the azulejo, he pointed out that both arts appropriated elements of a decorative vocabulary transversal to different times and cultures, such as the perspective cubes or elements of mudejar affiliation. The researcher also highlighted the use of mural painting in substitution of the azulejo, often reproducing it in ingenious solutions that fill areas with azulejo gaps, discussing the prevalence and the alternation of tastes over time that, at first, devalued it, or more recently regained the taste for mural painting. Beginning the debate, Rosario Salema de Carvalho took the opportunity to give an inverse example to the idea previously discussed, referring the existence, in the church of the Hospital of Santa Marta in Lisbon, of pattern azulejos on which a painting was held representing Saint Anthony.

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