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Master's Dissertation
DOI
10.11606/D.8.2012.tde-29102012-094425
Document
Author
Full name
Camila Cristina Souza Lima
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2012
Supervisor
Committee
Megiani, Ana Paula Torres (President)
Cymbalista, Renato
Kantor, Iris
Title in Portuguese
Arte, técnica e política: a arquitetura régia de Juan de Herrera e o projeto político de Felipe II da Espanha (1572 - 1597)
Keywords in Portuguese
Espanha
Felipe II
Juan de Herrera
Política
Religião
San Lorenzo del Escorial
Abstract in Portuguese
Durante a Idade Moderna, na Espanha governada pela dinastia dos Habsburgos, religião e política se fundiam em muitos aspectos para criar a expressão característica da forma de governo desses monarcas, sobretudo durante o reinado de Felipe II (1556-1598). Junto a esse rei, importantes colaboradores criaram a imagem de seu governo. Nesta dissertação, chamamos a atenção para a atuação de Juan de Herrera, arquiteto de Felipe II, finalizador da obra emblemática do Monastério de San Lorenzo el Real del Escorial. Ao estudar a trajetória desse nobre, percebemos como a arquitetura ganha importância dentro da burocracia real, assim como as matemáticas. Herrera contribuiu para um projeto mais amplo do que a expressão estética e arquitetônica de um período, um projeto que expressava as inquietações políticas e religiosas da monarquia.
Title in English
Art, technique and politics: the regal architecture of Juan de Herrera and the political project of Felipe II of Spain (1572 - 1597)
Keywords in English
Juan de Herrera
Philip II
Politics
Religion
San Lorenzo del Escorial
Spain
Abstract in English
During the Modern Age, in Spain governed by the dynasty of the Habsburgs, religion and politics were fused in many aspects to create the characteristic expression of the form of government of these monarchs, especially during the reign of Philip II (1556-1598). Close to this king, important collaborators created the image of his government. In this thesis, we call attention to the work of Juan de Herrera, architect of Philip II, who completed the emblematic work of the Monastery of San Lorenzo El Real Del Escorial. Studying the trajectory of this noble, we realize how the architecture won importance within the royal bureaucracy, as well as mathematics. Herrera contributed to a more extensive project than the aesthetic expression and architectural design of a period, a project that expressed the political and religious inquietudes of the monarchy.
 
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Publishing Date
2012-10-29
 
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