Churches, monastery in Vilnius

Vilnius ” Church, monastery church, monastery title: the Church of St. Michael the Archangel design: 1594. 1625. Nave. The interior space looks more like a princely Palace hall decorated, festive and impressive. Barrel vaults with lunettes decorated with a slight relief pattern of symmetric (Rosetta, stylized stars, associated in one lace, here only remind Newburg Gothic arches, being the only decoration). The walls were covered with frescoes. Strongly protruding pilasters with geometric capitals make the interior of the commencement order, single dimensional and the rhythm of his clear articulation. In the outer appearance of the temple also dominated Renaissance features, although some reminiscences of the Gothic style visible, for example in the composition of the side facades with their conforama, narrow high Windows, in General, elongated proportions. The original form has the gable, inscribed between two low towers. the Shrine: the tomb name: Chancellor L. Sapieha design by:

1635. the subject with the image: illustration

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the Church missionaries making: Built mainly to 1730. In

1755 built the five-story tower. Openwork openings in their upper tiers reinforce the impression of lightness and grace.

the Church of St. Bernard stage:

1485 –

1500. making: The biggest Gothic Church three-nave hall type. Collapsed. There are only choir and the sacristy.

. 1520 – 1564.

1575 design: Built (only partially preserved) wire mesh and mesh Gothic arches of the Church, which contrasted with the freedom of soaring like they are made of the lightest material. Expressive facade of the Church, to whom buttresses, pointed arches, decorative niches and Windows add to the vertical aspiration. ingredients: bell tower design by:

1600. 8-sided, square base. h = 37 m. is Relatively low, it gives the impression of exceptional lightness and slimness. Decorative buttresses, narrow niches, tall Windows form a pattern echoing each other verticals upright, balanced and relaxed calm horizontals that separates one tier from another, juicy, plastic cornices, semi-circular shape of the arches. Expertly executed (made of bricks) all the decorative details (framing window openings, niches, ornamental patterns), especially rich and diverse in the upper tiers that increase on walls for playing with light.

the Shrine: the tomb name: Weselowski P. design: 1635.

Radvil clearance: 1618. 23.

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the Church of Saint John the design:

1650 rebuilt by architect. I. K. Glaubits of the old Gothic temple.

the Church of St. Nicholas making: In the 16th century reconstructed from nave to nave.

the Church of Peter and Paul Polish church of SS Peter and Paul

the Church of Saint Catherine the design: In 1741. 46 reconstructed after the fire. Arch. I. K. Glaubitz developed the composition of the facade. The silhouette of the Church identify two high (up to 50 m), the five-story tower and a beautifully inserted between the winding outlines of the gable. Juicy profilirovannaja, tall Windows and niches creates a dynamic rhythm of vertical accents. the subject with the image: postcard postal card ” series: Vilnius Vilnius ”

the monastery augustynski composition: Church design: 1742. 68. Arch. Grzymala-Bocholt. Odnobashennyh. Similar to the Dresden Hofkirche (Church court).

the monastery Bezelianski design: Narrow slender towers of the monastery built in

1650 on the walls, preserved from the Gothic of the early 16th century the subject with the image: illustration [1198 Il. 12] gates, 1761

the monastery of the business card composition: Church decoration: 1729. 44. In plan a Greek cross, with a concave facade and a high dome in the center.

the monastery Trinitarsky location: on Antakalnis composition: the Church of Jesus making: 1694. Her original centric composition ( in terms of 8-gon), the shape of the dome, which in the interior has no basis – reel, and flies right above the walls, highlighted in the external volume of the building of the tower pointed directly back to the prototype of the Roman Church of Saint Ivo of the architect. F. Borromini, completed in 1660 by order trynitarska monastic order. the Shrine: the icon technique


the sarcophagus of St. Casimir song: around the edges – reliefs depicting angels supporting the canopy, the hangings are to the deceased or a cross and Royal robes. Great plastic expressiveness has a brother Joseph with the Infant. She looks into the distance, with a gentle smile. Faces of angels subtly individual: some are calm, others are silent amazement, and others pensive and sad. In this sculpture there is a similarity with the plastic Peter and Paul Church in Vilnius.

the Church of St. Anne church of St Anna making. 1581. Brick. the subject with the image: illustration [1198 Il. 4]

the Church of St. Of St. Paraskeva Friday church of St Paraskeva history: Peter I baptized the moor of Gannibala. the subject with the image: postcard postal card “series: Vilnius Vilnius” object with the image: file 1664a

the Church of St. Theresa design: 1634. 50. Architect K. Tankall. Crazy, three-nave. Is completed with a high gable, which is associated with the bottom tier of volutes, as gently and smoothly flowing down. The portal of the Church is slightly recessed in a deep alcove, which gives the wall greater plasticity and fluidity of forms, enhances restless play of light and shade. This does not exclude the strict symmetry of the composition, the calm rhythm of the verticals, formed by pilasters and slender obelisks at the corners.

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