Church of San Felipe Neri

14900 Lucena (Córdoba)
In 1885, the works of this church of clear neoclassical influence were completed. Its façade is of great sobriety with a large brick wall, with stone façade and upper oculus, the entire complex crowned by a straight and split pediment, in the center of which rises the bulrush of a single body and with two gaps for campaigns. Inside, it is a temple with a longitudinal direction, covered with a half-barrel vault, where its main altarpiece stands out, originally from the former convent church of Santa Ana. This altarpiece is organized into two bodies where pictorial and sculptural elements are intermingled. The whole collection, dating back to around 1700, shows the influence of Leonardo Antonio de Castro in the paintings and decorative architectural models of Francisco Hurtado Izquierdo.

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In 1885, the works of this church of clear neoclassical influence were completed. Its façade is of great sobriety with a large brick wall, with stone façade and upper oculus, the entire complex crowned by a straight and split pediment, in the center of which rises the bulrush of a single body and with two gaps for campaigns. Inside, it is a temple with a longitudinal direction, covered with a half-barrel vault, where its main altarpiece stands out, originally from the former convent church of Santa Ana. This altarpiece is organized into two bodies where pictorial and sculptural elements are intermingled. The whole collection, dating back to around 1700, shows the influence of Leonardo Antonio de Castro in the paintings and decorative architectural models of Francisco Hurtado Izquierdo.

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Lucena (Córdoba)

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