Mariano Benlliure Gil, artífice de la recuperación del patrimonio escultórico para la Cofradía California de Cartagena
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Mariano Benlliure Gil, artífice de la recuperación del patrimonio escultórico para la Cofradía California de Cartagena

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Mariano Benlliure Gil, artífice de la recuperación del patrimonio escultórico para la Cofradía California de Cartagena

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dc.contributor.author Zambudio Moreno, Antonio es
dc.date.accessioned 2021-02-08T09:56:43Z
dc.date.available 2021-02-08T09:56:43Z
dc.date.issued 2020 es
dc.identifier.uri https://hdl.handle.net/10550/77690
dc.description.abstract After the patrimonial destruction that took place during the Civil War of 1936-1939 in the city of Cartagena, religious art and especially sacred sculpture, is greatly affected. The artistic expressions that the Passionist entities took to the streets on the days of Holy Week, disappear almost in their entirety, having to start a tremendously costly reconstruction process in order to alleviate the losses suffered. The Cofradía California commissioned the renovation of its sculptural patrimony heritage, which came to replace the wealth of the works of Salzillo, to the Valencian artist Mariano Benlliure Gil. All this process is the one studied in this article, keeping in mind the different bibliographical sources on this topic, as well as the documentation found in the archive of the Brotherhood itself for an effective analysis of the cause and the insertion of an artistic language that responded to the postulates proclaimed by the society of that t es
dc.source Zambudio Moreno, Antonio. Mariano Benlliure Gil, artífice de la recuperación del patrimonio escultórico para la Cofradía California de Cartagena. En: Archivo de arte valenciano, 101 2020: 263-277 es
dc.subject 0211-5808 9678 Archivo de arte valenciano 564145 2020 101 7707989 Mariano Benlliure Gil es
dc.subject artífice de la recuperación del patrimonio escultórico para la Cofradía California de Cartagena Zambudio Moreno es
dc.subject Antonio After the patrimonial destruction that took place during the Civil War of 1936-1939 in the city of Cartagena es
dc.subject religious art and especially sacred sculpture es
dc.subject is greatly affected. The artistic expressions that the Passionist entities took to the streets on the days of Holy Week es
dc.subject disappear almost in their entirety es
dc.subject having to start a tremendously costly reconstruction process in order to alleviate the losses suffered. The Cofradía California commissioned the renovation of its sculptural patrimony heritage es
dc.subject which came to replace the wealth of the works of Salzillo es
dc.subject to the Valencian artist Mariano Benlliure Gil. All this process is the one studied in this article es
dc.subject keeping in mind the different bibliographical sources on this topic es
dc.subject as well as the documentation found in the archive of the Brotherhood itself for an effective analysis of the cause and the insertion of an artistic language that responded to the postulates proclaimed by the society of that t 263 277 es
dc.title Mariano Benlliure Gil, artífice de la recuperación del patrimonio escultórico para la Cofradía California de Cartagena es
dc.type info:eu-repo/semantics/article en
dc.type info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion en
dc.subject.unesco UNESCO::CIENCIAS DE LAS ARTES Y LAS LETRAS es
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