Timoteo Calvo Ibarra (1799-1879). Un arquitecto valenciano durante el reinado de Isabel II.

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In the complex scene of valencian architecture of 19th century, Timoteo Calvo Ibarra should be considered as one of the most representative authors. In his designs and interventions, such as the Literary University, the construction of new Cathedral’s Altarpiece, they are apparent the peculiarities of the first Historicism, coincident with Isabelline period. In this first stage of historicism, the homogeneity and guarantee of good taste that classicism provided was no longer valid as unique option and it will be simultaneous with romantic architecture represented by the first historicist experiences, which will conclude with the burst onto the scene of the eclecticism in the restoration of the Spanish monarchy.
Lingua originaleSpanish
pagine (da-a)199-210
Numero di pagine11
RivistaArchivo de Arte Valenciano
Stato di pubblicazionePublished - 2015

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