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NEAPOLITAN STATUES | Old Portuguese Stuff

NEAPOLITAN STATUES

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Made by Neapolitan sculptors, the statues are also lit in a dramatic way. Some are encased in plaster decorated niches at the corners under the balconies, others at the side altars in stone, all Baroque.

Coimbra, Seminário Maior.

Francesco Tamossi and Giacomo Azzolini, 1748-1765.

archived in EXTERIORS ArchesBaroque & RococoChurches & ChapelsCoimbraColumnsGiacomo AzzoliniPlasterworkSculptureStonework
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