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Lublin renaissance - sacral architecture - Zabytek.pl

Lublin renaissance - sacral architecture

The collection is comprised of a dozen or so churches (mainly Roman Catholic ones) from the terrain of the present Lubelskie voivodeship, forming the phenomenon from the 1st half of the 17th century called “Lublin architecture” or “Lublin Renaissance architecture”, which is a manifestation of both the economic importance of the region as well as the victory of the new Renaissance-Mannerist architectural style over Gothic.

The phenomenon of the so-called “Lublin Renaissance”, present in the former architecture of the today’s Lublin region, combining elements of a Gothic structure with Renaissance-Mannerist architectural décor, is best visible in sacred buildings – mainly churches. Despite changes that affected them, they constitute best preserved and in terms of style – considerably consistent set of buildings, even if diversified typologically, despite the fact that the churches were most probably created by a dozen stonemasons of Lublin, including several identified by name, such as Paweł Negroni, Piotr Durie, Jakub Balin, Piotr Traversi, Jakub Tremanzel, and Jan Cangerle – Italians coming mainly from the area of Lago di Como (Comacine masters).