Francisco eduardo × ; 7 KB. 1 reference. imported from Wikimedia project · Spanish Wikipedia · sex or gender · male. 1 reference. English: Francisco Eduardo Tresguerras was a prominent Mexican architect and a painter in the colonial period and early independence. Tresguerras, Francisco Eduardo de (–)Francisco Eduardo de Tresguerras (b. 13 October ; d. 3 August ), Mexican painter and architect.
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He was active during the colonial period and early independence. Believing he had a religious vocation, he entered a monastery in Mexico City, but soon changed his mind and returned to Celaya and was married. He began working as an artist — painting, sculpture and engraving.
He soon requested permission tresguerrs work as an architect. His first architectural works were the Fountain of Neptune and an arch commemorating the proclamation of Charles IV as king. From through he worked rebuilding the church of El Carmen in Celaya, in a Neoclassical style. This is considered his greatest work. This was a novelty in New Spain at the time of its construction.
Tresguerras also executed some of the sculptures in this church. In the same city he designed the chapel for his interment in the church of San Francisco, and a bridge over the River La Laja. In Guanajuato the palace of the Count of Casa Rul is his.
Professionally, he traveled widely in the central part of the country. Tresguerras also wrote devotional works and poetic franciisco. A notebook of critical notes was published, unedited, in under the title Ocios literarios. His friends wrote a biographical sketch entitled Tres ecuardo ilustres. This remained unpublished untilwhen it appeared in Morelia. Guanajuato — Guanajuato, officially the Tresgjerras and Sovereign State of Guanajuato, is one of the 31 states which, with the Federal District, are the 32 Federal entities esuardo Mexico.
It covers an area of 30, km2, Guanajuato is located between the arid north of the country and the lusher south, and it is geographically part trresguerras the Trans-Mexican Volcanic Belt, the Mexican Plateau and the Sierra Madre Oriental.
The state is crossed by several ranges which have mountains between 2, and 3, meters high. Mountain ranges average 2, meters and flat areas lie at around 1, meters above sea level.
The other important mountain ranges include the Sierra Gorda to the north, the Sierra de Guanjuato in vrancisco southeast, the Comanja in the northwest, the state is divided into five regions, taking into consideration geography and climate.
The altitude of this varies from 1, to peaks over 2, meters such as the La Giganta.
The climate is semiarid with a rainy season in the summer. Charles was the son of Charles III and his wife. He was born in Naples, while his father was King of Naples and his elder brother, Don Tresguerraa, was passed over for both thrones, due to his learning disabilities and epilepsy.
In Naples and Sicily, Charles was referred to as the Prince of Taranto and he was called El Cazador, due to his preference for sport and hunting, rather than dealing with affairs of the state.
Charles was considered by many to have been amiable, but simple-minded, inCharles III died and Charles IV succeeded to the throne. Tresguwrras intended to maintain the policies of his father, and retained his prime minister, the Count of Floridablanca, in francisck. Even though he had teesguerras belief in the sanctity of his office. The affairs of government were left to his wife, Maria Luisa, inpolitical and personal enemies ousted Floridablanca from office, replacing him with Pedro Pablo Abarca de Bolea, Count of Aranda.
Humboldts Political Essay on the Kingdom tresguerrxs New Spain was a key publication from his five-year travels, Godoy continued Arandas policy of neutrality towards France, but after Spain protested the execution of Louis XVI of France, the deposed king, inFrance declared war on Spain.
After the declaration, Portugal and Spain signed a treaty of protection against France.
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In France francsico Godoy to enter into an alliance, Spain remained an ally of France francixco supported the Continental Blockade until the British naval victory at Trafalgar, when Spain became allied with Britain. However, after Napoleons victory over Prussia inGodoy again steered Spain back onto the French side and this switching of alliances devalued Charles position as a trustworthy ally, increasing Godoys unpopularity, and strengthening the fernandistas, who favoured an alliance with the United Kingdom.
Economic troubles, rumours about a relationship between the Queen and Godoy, and the Kings ineptitude, caused the monarchy to francizco in prestige among the population. Anxious to take over from his father, and jealous of the prime minister, riots, and a popular revolt at the winter palace Aranjuez, in forced the king to abdicate on 19 March, in favor of his son.
Ferdinand took the throne as Ferdinand VII, but was mistrusted by Napoleon, the ousted King, having appealed to Napoleon for help in regaining his throne, was summoned before Napoleon in Bayonne, along with his son, in April Napoleon forced both Charles and his son to abdicate, declared the Bourbon dynasty of Spain deposed, and installed his brother, Joseph Bonaparte, as King Joseph I of Spain.
Following Napoleons deposing of the Bourbon dynasty, the ex-King, his wife, after the collapse of the regime installed by Napoleon, Ferdinand VII was restored to the throne. Neoclassicism — The main Neoclassical movement coincided with the 18th-century Age of Enlightenment, and continued into the early 19th century, laterally competing with Romanticism. In architecture, the style continued throughout the 19th, 20th, European Neoclassicism in the visual arts began c.
Each neo-classicism selects some models among the range of classics that are available to it. While the movement is described as the opposed counterpart of Romanticism. The case of the main champion of late Neoclassicism, Ingres, demonstrates this especially well. The revival can be traced to the establishment of formal archaeology, rrancisco writings of Johann Joachim Winckelmann were important in shaping this movement in both architecture and the visual arts.
With the advent of the Grand Tour, a fad of collecting antiquities began that laid the foundations of many great collections spreading a Neoclassical revival throughout Europe, Neoclassicism in eduafdo art implies a particular canon of a classical model. In English, the term Neoclassicism is used primarily of the arts, the similar movement in English literature.
This, which had been dominant for decades, was beginning to decline by the time Neoclassicism in the visual arts became fashionable. Though terms differ, the situation in French literature was similar, in music, the period saw the rise of classical music, and Neoclassicism is used of 20th-century developments. Ingress coronation portrait of Napoleon even borrowed from Late Antique consular diptychs and their Carolingian revival, much Neoclassical painting is more classicizing in subject matter than in anything else.
A fierce, but often very badly informed, dispute raged for decades over the merits of Greek and Roman tresgufrras, with Winckelmann. The work of artists, who could not easily be described as insipid, combined aspects of Romanticism with a generally Neoclassical style.
Unlike Carstens unrealized schemes, the etchings of Giovanni Battista Piranesi were numerous and profitable and his main subject matter was the buildings and ruins of Rome, and he was more stimulated by the ancient than the modern. Neoclassicism in painting gained a new sense of direction with the success tresguerrs Jacques-Louis Davids Oath of the Horatii at the Paris Salon of Despite its evocation of republican virtues, this was a commission by the royal government, David managed to combine an idealist style with drama and forcefulness.
David rapidly became the leader of French art, and after the French Revolution became a politician with control of government patronage in art. San Miguel de Allende — San Miguel de Allende is a city and municipality located in the far eastern part of the state of Guanajuato in central Mexico.
This gave the town a reputation, attracting artists such as David Alfaro Siqueiros and this attracted foreign art students, especially former U. Bill after the Second World War, the main attraction of the town is its well-preserved historic center, filled with buildings from the 17th and 18th centuries.
This and the nearby Sanctuary of Atotonilco have been declared World Heritage Sites inthe city has been known by various names since the Spanish founded frajcisco settlement. San Miguel refers to the founder of the city, Father Juan de San Miguel, the name of the town was changed in to San Miguel de Allende in order to honor Ignacio Allende, who was born here.
Tresguerrae surrounding municipality is officially called Allende, both seat and municipality are called Tresgeurras Miguel, the municipality has a coat of arms that was designed by a group called Amigos de San Miguel, but it has not been officially recognized.
Before the arrival of the Spanish in the early 16th century, a small chapel was built and a village started near the indigenous village by Juan de San Miguel. He decided to dedicate the Spanish town to the Archangel Michael, however, the arrival and colonization provoked the locals.
The Chichimecas began attacking Spanish travelers in the area and in and this and continuous water supply problems caused the original location to be abandoned and tresgeurras. The village was officially re-established in by Juan de San Miguels successor, Bernardo Cossin and efuardo was refounded both as a mission and tresgueras a military outpost.
The new site was just northwest of the old one at a place with two water springs and with terrain better suited for defense. The two springs supplied all of the water until the s. Today, this site is occupied by the Santa Escuela Church. By the mid 16th century, silver had been discovered in Zacatecas, indigenous attacks on caravans continued and San Miguel became an important military and commercial site.
To quell these attacks as well as rebellions against Spanish rule and he also gave indigenous groups limited self rule and excused them from taxation. It is one of the most important university cities in Spain, Salamanca attracts thousands of international students, generating feancisco diverse environment.
It is situated approximately franfisco west of the Spanish capital Madrid and 80 km east of the Portuguese border, with its 30, students, the university is, together with tourism, a primary source of income in Salamanca. In the 3rd century BC, Hannibal laid siege to the city, with the fall of the Carthaginians to the Romans, the city of Helmantica, as it was known, began to take more importance as a commercial hub in the Roman Hispania due to its favorable location.
With the fall of the Roman Empire, the Alans established in Lusitania, later the city was conquered by the Visigoths and included yresguerras their territory. The city was already an episcopal see, and signatures of bishops of Salamanca are found in the Councils of Toledo, Salamanca surrendered to the Moors, led by Musa bin Nusair, in the year AD.
Tresguerras, Francisco Eduardo de (1759–1833)
For years, this area between the south of Duero River and the north of Tormes River, became the battlefield between the Christian kingdoms and the Muslim Al-Andalus rulers. Soon it became one of the most significant and prestigious academic centres in Europe, during the 16th century, the city reached its height of splendour.
During that period, the University of Salamanca hosted the most important intellectuals of the time, inthe Holy Roman Emperor Charles V ordered an inquiry to find out if the science of Andreas Vesalius, physician and anatomist, was in line with Catholic doctrine. Vesalius came to Salamanca that same year to appear before the board and was acquitted, Salamanca suffered the general downturns of the Kingdom of Castile during the 17th century, but in the 18th century it experienced a rebirth.
In this period, the new baroque Cathedral and main square were finished, the battle which raged that day is famous as a defining moment in military history, many thousands of men were slaughtered by cannon fire in the space of only a few short hours. During the devastating Spanish Civil War the city went over to the Nationalist side and was used as the de facto capital.
The Nationalists soon moved most of the departments to Burgos. Like much of fervently Catholic and largely rural Leon and Old Castile regions, Salamanca was a supporter of the Nationalist side. Irapuato — Irapuato is a Mexican town located at the foot of the Arandas Hill, in the south central region of the state of Guanajuato. The city is the second-largest in the state, with a population ofaccording to the census, the municipality has an area of The citys main industry is agriculture and it is famous for its strawberries, the fruits and flowers of Irapuatos luxurious gardens are well known throughout Mexico.
In the 16th century, vasts amounts of ore were discovered at the present day site of the capital city of Guanajuato. This discovery led to a migration of Spanish settlers to the area. Every night there is a light, music and water show, the fountain is lit up in a rainbow of colors, and the jets provide a choreographed show accompanied by music. Irapuato Zoo, The Irapuato Zoo, which is located on the outskirts of the city, is home to mammals, birds, and various species of fish.
The mall was named after the famous Plaza de Cibeles, a square in Madrid, Spain. It is located in Western Mexico and divided into municipalities, Jalisco is one of the most important states in Mexico because of its natural resources as well as its history. Many of the traits of Mexican culture, particularly outside Mexico City, are originally from Jalisco, such as mariachi, ranchera music, birria, tequila, jaripeo.
Economically, it is ranked third in the country, with industries centered in the Guadalajara metropolitan area, the state is home to two significant indigenous populations, the Huichols and the Nahuas. There is also a significant foreign population, mostly retirees from the United States and Canada, living in the Lake Chapala, with a total area of 78, square kilometers, Jalisco is the seventh-largest state in Mexico, accounting for 4.
Jalisco is made up of a terrain that includes forests, beaches, plains. There are also 7, species of veined plants, one reason for its biodiversity is that is lies in the transition area between the temperate north and tropical south. Most of the territory is semi-flat between —2, m, followed by rugged terrain of between —4, m and a percentage of flat lands between 0—1, m.