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Author: Pozo Reyes, Javier
Director: Morales Martínez, Alfredo José
Date: 2017
Document type: Final Degree Work
Academic Title: Universidad de Sevilla. Grado en Historia del Arte
Abstract: El arte mudéjar tiene un gran impacto en toda España, teniendo uno de sus focos más importantes en Andalucía. Dentro de esta comunidad nos centramos en Sevilla y, concretamente, en el grupo de iglesias denominado de 1356, un conjunto de edificios se...
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Mudejar art has a great impact in all Spain, having one of its most important centres in Andalusia. Within this community we focus in Seville and, specifically, the group of churches called 1356, a set of buildings that were rehabilitated by the King Pedro I. In the present work we try to make a study of the general characteristics visible in the churches that are still standing, as well as a compilation of historical data and testimonies, taking as a starting point the play of Angulo Íñiguez. First we made a tour of the controversy that has had the concept Mudejar in the Art History, since Amador de los Ríos defends for the first time the concept until the last historians and researchers who have treated the topic. Second, we focus the study on the Sevillian focus and artistic characteristics that shape the type of churches that are within the group of 1356, to go to a detailed description of each one, ending whit some conclusions that collect the results exposed in the work.
Cite: Pozo Reyes, J. (2017). Arquitectura mudéjar sevillana en tiempos de Pedro I: el grupo de 1356. (Trabajo Fin de Grado Inédito). Universidad de Sevilla, Sevilla.
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URI: https://hdl.handle.net/11441/75248

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