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It was built in the 14th century by white disciplini, ded...

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It was built in the 14th century by white disciplini, ded sent on December 22, 2020 (12:11) by Nitigisius. 6 comments, 460 views. [retina]

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Fu edificato nel XIV secolo dai disciplini bianchi, dedicato all'Annunciata. Nel 1450 fu prolungato verso sud e nel 1452 ridedicato a S. Bernardino da Siena. Le pareti esterne sotto il portico, aggiunto nel sec. XVII, erano interamente affrescate, ma nel 1972 gli affreschi furono strappati, restaurati e collocati all'interno. Sulla facciata della parte più antica dell'oratorio campeggiano gli straordinari affreschi della Morte dipinti nel 1485 da Jacopo de Buschis detto il Borlone, autore anche degli affreschi interni. L'affresco è diviso in cinque parti e rappresenta una sintesi, unica in Europa, dei temi della Morte alla fine del Medioevo. A sinistra, in alto, il tema dell'“Incontro dei tre vivi e dei tre morti”, illustrato con una scena di caccia col falcone, è derivato da una leggenda che ebbe gran diffusione nei secoli XIII e XIV, in tutta Europa. A destra, sempre in alto, il grande Trionfo della Morte, un tema diffuso nell'Europa meridionale e raffigurato in modi diversi. In esso la Morte regina trionfa su tutti (“no è omo così forte che da mi po' “schampare”), così sta scritto sul cartiglio centrale di sinistra): umili e potenti, giovani e vecchi, laici e consacrati. È rappresentata, nel Trionfo, la Morte di tutti mentre nella fascia sottostante è la Morte di ciascuno a tenere la scena, con una sfilata di coppie in cui il morto, lo scheletro, è il doppio del vivo. Si tratta della famosa “Danza Macabra” un tema diffuso nel nord Europa: in Francia, in Germania, in Inghilterra, in Svizzera, in Austria, in Lettonia, in Finlandia, in Slovenia e in Croazia e nel nord dell'Italia.



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sent on February 25, 2021 (18:53) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Very beautiful and interesting, the macabre dance I saw painted in a small church under Madonna di Campiglio.
Bella your shot with a great free hand.
Cyo Andrea

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sent on June 05, 2021 (13:59) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

.............. Macabre dance that tastes wonderful ........
7 hello Ray Palm-

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sent on August 17, 2021 (14:29) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

An extraordinary fresco, well documented by your photo and the accurate note attached. Congratulations on both.

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sent on August 17, 2021 (14:38) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Thanks to Merak
a Raimondo
a Andnol

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sent on April 14, 2022 (18:45) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

This of the oratory of Clusone I knew, having friends for many years in Gazzaniga, but your beautiful caption blocked me for an hour on the internet in search of legends, frescoes etc.
Congratulations, photos and excellent caption.

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sent on April 14, 2022 (22:50) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Philipe Aries has written extensively on the subject. At one time even markets were held on burials. With Modernity, hiddenness makes its way. Hello



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