Church of Santa Maria dell'Isola, Conversano

De Divitiis, Bianca

The devotional and funerary setting created between 1508 and 1528 by the count Andrea Matteo Acquaviva and his wife Caterina della Ratta in the Church of Santa Maria dell’Isola near Conversano is the one surviving example of a series of scenographic displays that existed in Renaissance Apulia.

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Latin American and Iberian Cultures
Spanish Italy & the Iberian Americas
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October 12, 2022

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Preferred Citation: De Divitiis, Bianca. “Church of Santa Maria Dell’Isola, Conversano.” In Michael Cole and Alessandra Russo, eds. Spanish Italy & the Iberian Americas. New York, NY: Columbia University, 2019. []