Antonio de Tejeda y Antón Sánchez, pintores: una decoración en dos tiempos para la Capilla de las Doncellas de la catedral de Sevilla
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Antonio de Tejeda y Antón Sánchez, pintores: una decoración en dos tiempos para la Capilla de las Doncellas de la catedral de Sevilla

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Escuredo Barrado, Elena
This document is a artículo publicadoDate2017

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The chapel of the Annunciation, in the Cathedral of Seville, was the headquarters of the Brotherhood of the Maidens, founded by Micer García de Gibraleón in the first third of the sixteenth century. Throughout the century, several undertakings were carried out to tidy up and decorate the space, from the commission of the altarpiece to the fences, which closed it. The researches in the Protocols Archive of Seville have revealed new documents that allow us to imagine how this chapel looked like originally: on the one hand, the mural decoration of the wall in front of the altarpiece, Antonio de Tejeda?s work; and on the other hand, the polychrome of the lateral fence and the painting of the wall that accommodated it, a commission accepted by Antón Sánchez.

    Escuredo Barrado, Elena. Antonio de Tejeda y Antón Sánchez, pintores: una decoración en dos tiempos para la Capilla de las Doncellas de la catedral de Sevilla. En: Ars longa: cuadernos de arte, 26 2017: 75-88

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