Fernando Guzmán

Fernando Guzmán
Universidad Adolfo Ibáñez · Facultad de Artes Liberales

Doctor en Historia del Arte

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El objetivo es dilucidar desde la configuración originaria del espacio sagrado exterior de las iglesias de Chiloé declaradas Patrimonio de la Humanidad, a partir de su función misional – pastoral, y de la conformación urbana de los pueblos del archipiélago y sus evoluciones en el tiempo. Este análisis diacrónico de los asentamientos no se ha estudi...
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Resumen En las rutas que unían Potosí con el puerto de Arica hay cinco iglesias que preservan sus programas de pintura mural del siglo XVIII. Estas iglesias se encuentran en los pueblos de Parinacota, Pachama, Curahuara de Carangas, Soracachi y Copacabana de Andamarca. A pesar de la ausencia de documentos que se refieran a la producción de estas p...
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A partir de la cuarta década del siglo XIX la élite intelectual chilena comenzó a referirse a la necesidad de renovar el espacio y la imagen sagrada. La construcción de la nueva nación requería una iglesia moderna que cultivara en los fieles una piedad ilustrada, propósito que requería la supresión del espacio y la imagen barroca, cuyas formas pro-...
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This work describes the characterization of green pigments in wall paintings from the Andean churches of San José de Soracachi and Santiago de Callapa in Bolivia, located on an ancient colonial commercial route known as the Silver Route. To approach our goal, microsamples extracted from the mural paintings and mineral samples, from a mine of the sa...
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RESUMEN Este artículo analiza la actitud de algunos intelectuales y artistas chilenos del siglo XIX frente a las obras de los pintores más destacados del Siglo de Oro español. Se reconstruye la forma en que el discurso de rechazo a la tradición artística y cultural del período colonial convivió con la admiración por Murillo, Velázquez, Ribera y Zur...
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Ignacy Domeyko i sztuki piękne Polski uczony Ignacy Domeyko zapisał się w historiografii przede wszystkim jako założyciel mineralogii w Chile, reformator Instytutu Narodowego i następca Andresa Bello na stanowisku rektora Universidad de Chile. Celem niniejszej pracy jest analiza, słabo jak dotąd zbadanych, związków Domeyki ze sztuką. Ten wymiar akt...
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In this work, we studied protein binders in micro-samples from mural paintings from two 18th century Colonial Andean churches located in the northernmost region of Chile using a proteomic approach. The protein fraction of the samples was extracted with ammonia following a previously optimized methodology and analyzed by LC–MSMS. We identified colla...
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Resumen: Las prácticas misionales de los jesuitas, durante los siglos XVII y XVIII, y las de los franciscanos, de las últimas décadas del siglo XVIII en adelante, crearon en Chiloé las condiciones para que se desarrollara una particular forma de relación entre la imagen y el espacio sagrado. La disponibilidad de documentación suficiente permite aho...
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The idea of this volume emerged after the participation of some of the authors in the workshop “Theoretical Challenges: the historiography of colonial art in the Iberian world”. The main objective of the workshop was to rethink the historiography of colonial art in the Iberian world, especially in the Americas, challenging its theories and categori...
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In the baptistery of the church of Santiago de Curahuara de Carangas, built at the end of the 16th century, a complex mural painting program was executed in the last quarter of the 18th century. The present text intends to establish the links between the scenes painted and the rite of baptism. We do not see a direct or evident relationship in a did...
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The Andean church of San Andrés de Pachama is located in the highland of the northernmost of Chile, near the limit with Bolivia and next to the Ruta de la Plata. This commercial route contributed in the past to the transport and commerce of various raw materials, such as silver, from the Andean mountains region to the Pacific Ocean coast and then t...
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During the second half of eighteenth-century, the walls of many churches, located on the royal roads between Potosí and Arica, were covered with mural paintings. This proliferation of pictorial programs could be linked to the discussion at the Synod of la Plata in 1771-1773. In some chapters of this Synod there are explicit references to Pope Bened...
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Micro-Raman spectroscopy was used to analyze and identify pigments and determine the palette of color in wall paintings from four churches of the Colonial Period, in the Bolivian highlands. The ancient churches Santiago de Callapa, Curahuara de Carangas, Nuestra Señora de Copacabana de Andamarca and San José de Soracachi were constructed during the...
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Esculturas peregrinas e imaginería vernácula en el archipiélago de Chiloé en la segunda mitad del siglo XVIII ESCULTURAS PEREGRINAS E IMAGINERÍA VERNÁCULA EN EL ARCHIPIÉLAGO DE CHILOÉ EN LA SEGUNDA MITAD DEL SIGLO XVIII. Resumen: El objetivo del estudio es reflexionar en torno a las razones que llevaron a los misioneros jesuitas en el archipiélago...
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La Iglesia de San José de Soracachi, de mediados del siglo XVIII, conserva un significativo conjunto de pinturas murales, con un marcado énfasis en las escenas relativas a la vida de San José, patrono del pueblo. El principal objetivo del estudio es reflexionar en torno a los mensajes morales que contienen los mencionados programas iconográficos jo...
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The present article pursues to establish the main characteristics of the iconographic program on the baptistery of the church of Curahuara de Carangas, and to comprehend the way how these cycles of images operated within the indigenous population, which observed and was the main target of their content. Besides, as these images are understood as th...
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In 1819 the city of Santiago built a monument to celebrate the first anniversary of Chilean Independence. The structure occupied the entire main square and had eight sculptures as well as imposing gateways, columns, balustrades and triumphal arcs. The complexity of the iconographic program suggests a relationship between the different symbols used...
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In 1819 the city of Santiago built a monument to celebrate the first anniversary of Chilean Independence. The structure occupied the entire main square and had eight sculptures as well as imposing gateways, columns, balustrades and triumphal arcs. The complexity of the iconographic program suggests a relationship between the different symbols used...
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The following article intends to recreate, by means of studying a number of wall paintings in the churches located in the “Ruta de la Plata” (Silver route trade between Potosi mining village and Arica's port), analyzing the catechisms of the Third Council of Lima (1584), the way in which the Christianization and catechesis process took place in the...
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El jurista chileno Juan Egaña manifestó en sus acciones y en sus escritos una especial valoración por las expresiones artísticas. Para el autor las normas jurídicas y el arte deben articularse y apuntar a un mismo objetivo. El presente trabajo se orienta a mostrar los fundamentos que permiten afirmar que, en sintonía con las concepciones de Platón,...
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The chilean attorney Juan Egana showed in his actions and essays a special interest in artistic expressions. Art and the juridical norms must work together and point to a same objective. This article is oriented to show the essentials that confirm that following ideas of Plato, Egana conceived painting, sculpture, music and architecture put to the...
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El libro presenta la evolución del retablo de madera en Chile desde el siglo XVIII al siglo XIX, deteniéndose a analizar las soluciones del barroco hispanoamericano, la influencia del barroco y rococó germanos, así como la propagación de modelos neoclásicos. Los capítulos permiten contrastar las tipologías de retablos ensamblados en las ciudades má...

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Different contributions of archaeometric researches realized at Laboratorio de Análisis e Investigaciones Arqueométricas (LAIA) from Universidad de Tarapacá in Chile. More details: http://laia.uta.cl