[automatically translated] The article illustrates the deep connections between devices with ephemeral triumphal floats made on the occasion of Festini of Santa Rosalia in the late seventeenth and early eighteenth century in Palermo, designed by famous architects of the Senate Paul and James Amato, and parallel production of superb coral triumph wagons. Are analyzed contains works not only in museums and private collections in Sicily, but also in the rest of Italy and abroad, all works of Trapani workers. It is also reported and investigated an unusual coral triumph of the private collection of Palermo, depicting, above the usual wagon, the meeting between the Virgin Mary and the Risen Jesus.
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|Publication status||Published - 2013|