Arquitectura para dos carismas distintos en el Bajo Aragón turolense en el Seiscientos : el convento carmelita de Alcañiz y el descalzo del Desierto de Calanda
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Arquitectura para dos carismas distintos en el Bajo Aragón turolense en el Seiscientos : el convento carmelita de Alcañiz y el descalzo del Desierto de Calanda

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Martín Marco, Jorge
This document is a artículo publicadoDate2019
A great number of religious orders settled in the Bajo Aragón in Teruel in the first decades of the 17th century, among them the Carmelites that arrived in Alcañiz in 1602; or the Discalced, that settled in the convent of the desert of Calanda in the decade of the 80s of that century. However, the differences between both establishments are evident, since they were conceived differently both spiritually and architecturally due to the different function that they had to fulfil. In the case of Alcañiz, it is one of the most prominent samples of the architecture of the Bajo Aragón in the Baroque period, while in Calanda's case, it is a good example of Carmelite desert, the design of which were probably made by authors of the order. Key words Baroque architecture, Carmelitas, traces, Bajo Aragón, Alcañiz, Calanda.

    Martín Marco, Jorge. Arquitectura para dos carismas distintos en el Bajo Aragón turolense en el Seiscientos : el convento carmelita de Alcañiz y el descalzo del Desierto de Calanda. En: Ars longa: cuadernos de arte, 28 2019: 91-107

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