|Church of San Nicolò da Tolentino|
|Architect(s)||Vincenzo Scamozzi and Andrea Tirali|
The Chiesa di San Nicolò da Tolentino, commonly known as the Tolentini, is a church in the sestiere of Santa Croce in Venice, northern Italy. It lies in a Campo of the same name and along the Rio dei Tolentini, near the Giardino Papadopoli.
The Theatines arrived in Venice in 1527 after the Sack of Rome. The church dedicated to Saint Nicholas of Tolentino was begun in 1590 by Vincenzo Scamozzi.The relationship between Scamozzi and his patrons was stormy, and the church was finally completed only in 1714. It is a large church with a huge freestanding Corinthian portico, the only one in Venice, designed by Andrea Tirali.
The Tolentini is a parish church of the Vicariate of San Polo-Santa Croce-Dorsoduro. The church contains the tomb of Doge Giovanni I Corner, Francesco Corner, Giovanni II Corner, and Paolo Renier. The baroque organ was constructed by Pietro Nacchini in 1754.
Annexed to the church was the monastery, now site of the architecture university of Ca’ Foscari.In 1966 Carlo Scarpa worked on creating an entrance for the institute.
The high altar is by Baldassare Longhena. In 1627, Johann Liss painted a large altarpiece, the Inspiration of Saint Jerome to the left of chancel.In 1629 Bernardo Strozzi painted St Lawrence Giving Alms for the chancel.
The funereal monument of the Patriarch of Venice, Giovan Francesco Morosini (d.1678) in the chancel, was completed by the Genovese sculptor Filippo Parodi.
Vincenzo Scamozzi was an Italian architect and a writer on architecture, active mainly in Vicenza and Republic of Venice area in the second half of the 16th century. He was perhaps the most important figure there between Andrea Palladio, whose unfinished projects he inherited at Palladio's death in 1580, and Baldassarre Longhena, Scamozzi's only pupil.
The Basilica di Santa Maria Gloriosa dei Frari, commonly abbreviated to the Frari, is a church located in the Campo dei Frari at the heart of the San Polo district of Venice, Italy. It is the largest church in the city and it has the status of a minor basilica. The church is dedicated to the Assumption of Mary.
The Basilica dei Santi Giovanni e Paolo, known in Venetian as San Zanipolo, is a church in the Castello sestiere of Venice, Italy.
Santi di Tito was one of the most influential and leading Italian painters of the proto-Baroque style – what is sometimes referred to as "Counter-Maniera" or Counter-Mannerism.
Tolentino is a town and comune of about 19,000 inhabitants, in the province of Macerata in the Marche region of central Italy.
Sebastiano Ricci was an Italian painter of the late Baroque school of Venice. About the same age as Piazzetta, and an elder contemporary of Tiepolo, he represents a late version of the vigorous and luminous Cortonesque style of grand manner fresco painting.
Gregorio de Ferrari was an Italian Baroque painter of the Genoese School.
Giovanni da San Giovanni, also known as Giovanni Mannozzi, was an Italian painter of the early Baroque period, active in Florence.
San Nicola da Tolentino agli Orti Sallustiani is a church in Rome. It is referred to in both Melchiori's and Venuti's guides as San Niccolò di Tolentino, and in the latter it adds the suffix a Capo le Case. It is one of the two Roman national churches of Armenia. The church was built for the Discalced Augustinians in 1599, and originally dedicated to the 13th century Augustinian friar Saint Nicholas of Tolentino.
The Basilica of Saint Nicholas of Tolentino is a Roman Catholic church and minor basilica that is part of the Augustinian monastery in the hill-town of Tolentino, province of Macerata, Marche, central Italy. The church is a former cathedral of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Tolentino, suppressed in 1586.
Francesco Rizzo da Santacroce, also known as simply Francesco da Santacroce or Francesco di Bernardo de' Vecchi Da Santa Croce was an Italian painter of the Renaissance period, active mainly in Bergamo and Venice.
San Francesco della Vigna is a Roman Catholic church in the Sestiere of Castello in Venice, northern Italy.
Andrea Tirali was an Italian architect working in Venice and the Veneto. He was responsible for the intricate design of the pavement in the Piazza San Marco in Venice.
The church of Santa Maria Assunta, known as I Gesuiti, is a religious building in Venice, Italy. It is located in the sestiere of Cannaregio, in Campo dei Gesuiti, not far from the Fondamenta Nuove.
Nicholas of Tolentino, San Nicolas de Tolentino or San Nicolás de Tolentino may refer to:
Francesco Muttoni was an Italian architect, engineer, and architectural writer, mainly active near Vicenza, Italy.
Giovan Francesco Morosini or Gianfrancesco Morosini was a Venetian Catholic cardinal who served as Bishop of Brescia and Apostolic Nuncio in France.
Giovan Francesco Morosini or Gianfrancesco Morosini (1604–1678) was Patriarch of Venice from 1644 to his death.
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