Sant'Ignazio: Fresco In Altar Apse

Posted by MadScientist (Düsseldorf, Germany) on 25 March 2008 in Art & Design.

Our walk through Sant'Ignazio reveals another fine painting from Mr. Pozzo: this fresco in the altar apse recalls life and apotheosis of St. Ignatius.

Michael Skorulski from Cigel, Slovakia

A wonderful image and captured very dramatically.

25 Mar 2008 7:35am

@Michael Skorulski: ...with a little bit of post processing... :-)

Craig from Vacaville, California, United States

Well done!

25 Mar 2008 7:49am

@Craig: Thanks, Craig, glad you enjoy this one!

Michael from Wuppertal, Germany

Grandios! Vom Staunen bekommt man dort wohl eine Kiefersperre ;-)

25 Mar 2008 8:31pm

@Michael: Nackenschmerzen! ;-)

Steven from Chicagoland, United States

A very warm and colorful fresco. There is much to be told in this capture!

25 Mar 2008 9:33pm

@Steven: I'm glad you like it! Wait until I'll present the ceiling of Il Gesù... :-)

Brites from Povoa de Santa Iria, Portugal

As usual: Excellent work!

25 Mar 2008 11:39pm

@Brites: Note to myself: visit Portugal, make lots of photos! :-)

JoeB from Brampton, Canada

Its amazing how much is going on, the figures have filled the whole frame.

26 Mar 2008 12:59am

@JoeB: It's an (idealized) life in pictures. You can see it here above the high altar.

MaryB from Staffordshire, United Kingdom

His art is amazing and you really capture the beauty of his work MS

26 Mar 2008 1:16am

@MaryB: Thanks, Mary. I've still some more shots of this church :-)

Tracey from Baltimore, United States

Gorgeous...has a bit of a fish-eye feel to it! Great job as usual!

26 Mar 2008 2:15am

@Tracey: It's a painted hollow sphere, filling the apse. Glad you like it!

Japanalia from Yokohama, Japan

Thanks for sending me to read about Pozzo! I can look at the image with different eyes!

26 Mar 2008 8:32am

@Japanalia: I knew you would enjoy this! There's still more... :-)

akarui from Kagoshima, Japan

Nice picture. I like the round shape framing the fresco.

27 Mar 2008 12:50am

@akarui: It's part of a greater structure you can see here.

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