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.
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A wonderful image and captured very dramatically.
25 Mar 2008 7:35am
@Michael Skorulski: ...with a little bit of post processing... :-)
25 Mar 2008 7:49am
@Craig: Thanks, Craig, glad you enjoy this one!
Grandios! Vom Staunen bekommt man dort wohl eine Kiefersperre ;-)
25 Mar 2008 8:31pm
@Michael: Nackenschmerzen! ;-)
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... :-)
As usual: Excellent work!
25 Mar 2008 11:39pm
@Brites: Note to myself: visit Portugal, make lots of photos! :-)
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.
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 :-)
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!
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... :-)
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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