Una cappella dedicata a Sant'Antonio da Padova con lo stemma del cardinal Alfonso Litta, abate commendatario di San Giulio di Dulzago

Translated title of the contribution: [Autom. eng. transl.] A chapel dedicated to Saint Anthony of Padua with the coat of arms of Cardinal Alfonso Litta, commendatory abbot of San Giulio di Dulzago

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Abstract

[Autom. eng. transl.] the Milanese cardinal Alfonso Litta was created commendatory abbot of the regular parsonage of San Giulio di Dulzago and during the enjoyment of the commendation he had a miraculous intervention with the mediation of Saint Anthony, whose devotion had been diffused in those years by the writings of his father Diego Tafuri from Lequile. The cardinal ordered to build a chapel dedicated to the saints of Padua, in which there was a wooden statue of the friar minor and frescoes with episodes of his life, made by the painter Francesco Bellotti from Busto Arsizio around 1668.
Translated title of the contribution[Autom. eng. transl.] A chapel dedicated to Saint Anthony of Padua with the coat of arms of Cardinal Alfonso Litta, commendatory abbot of San Giulio di Dulzago
Original languageItalian
Title of host publication"Sapere Aude". Studi in onore di padre Luigi De Santis, ofm, nel 50° di sacerdozio
EditorsHubert Houben, Dino Levante
Pages11-26
Number of pages16
Publication statusPublished - 2010

Keywords

  • Alfonso Litta Cardinale
  • Antonio da Padova
  • Diego Tafuro da Lequile
  • San Giulio di Dulzago
  • abati commendatari
  • canonici regolari

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