Pedro de campaña descendimiento
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pedro de campaña, painter of the descent from the cross
There are numerous versions of the theme, with a multitude of compositional variants, but we are interested in focusing on the reinterpretation of the theme of the Descent from the Cross by the German artist Albrecht Dürer, which had been a great success in early 16th century Italy, in the work of artists such as Raphael, as shown in this engraving in the Biblioteca Nacional [fig. 1].
Between 1537 and 1563, this artist produced numerous works in Seville, including some versions of the theme of the Descent from the Cross, such as the one in the church of Santa Cruz, now in the Museum of Montpellier [fig. 3] or the one in the Cathedral of Seville [fig. 4]. Both reflect the numerous influences that the Belgian artist received, from the Flemish due to his training, Dürer’s composition through Raimondi’s version, and the Roman manner with Mannerist nuances.
The work of the Visconti Foundation literally reproduces Raimondi’s engraving of the Descent from the Cross, dated around 1520, at least in the upper part, as far as the descent itself is concerned, with two characters on the stairs that hang down the cross, one of them holding the weightless body of Christ and the other extracting, with tongs, the nail from the right hand, which will free him from the cross. This very symmetrical composition forces several foreshortenings in the figures, especially in the body of Christ that describes a diagonal parallel to one of the sides of the triangle formed by the stairs, reinforcing the dominance of the pyramidal compositional line.
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enrique valdivieso: the descent from the cross. pedro de campaña
This moment of passion has been very much treated in the history of imagery, but reflected in very different ways: either representing the complete group of saints at the moment of Christ’s descent from the cross, or offering the image of the Crucified One in isolation, with articulated arms, in order to serve later as the Recumbent Christ (16).
The Pietà of the façade of San Andrés is from the beginning of the XVI century; of very rough lines, it belongs to the late Gothic style; it has harmony but lacks grace in the composition. On the other hand, that of the Cathedral is of merit, in particular the figure of the Virgin and the angels, pleasing, but not that of Christ, which reflects inability in the anatomical study of the body and lack of aesthetics in the lower extremities. The relief of the facade of the University is undoubtedly a masterpiece of the late sixteenth century. There is balance, excellent carving and tragic attitude in the image of the dead Christ.