Dating palma de mallorca
It included: Interestingly, although the crucial renovations were carried out under the direction of Rubio and Reynes, they are still attributed to Gaudi.Whether this is because Gaudi’s name has a greater cachet than those of his lesser-known pupils, or for reasons of negligence, is unknown but some might say Rubio and Reynes have been denied the recognition they deserve in the upper echelons of architecture.For three years he studied and sketched until finally in 1904 he presented his drawings and work could begin.
The first in the mid-19th century by the Madrilenian architect Juan Bautista Peyronnet and the second at the beginning of the 20th century by the great Catalan architect Antonio Gaudi.
However, he died in 1875 and a series of interventions by other architects lead to a controversial result – controversial, because in the opinion of experts, it looks more nineteenth century than it does Gothic.
The second reform began at the end of the 19th century when Joan Campins i Barcelo, the Bishop of Mallorca (Majorca) and a man of modern views, thought the interior of the church was in need of refurbishment.
Whatever the reason, it left the Bishop at his wits’ end: the Mallorca cathedral had now exhausted 15 generations of architects and still was not properly finished.
Fortunately, a glimmer of light appeared in the form of Joan Rubio, one of Gaudi’s pupils, and his colleague Gillem Reynes. The work undertaken by Gaudi and his 2 successors was immense and had a huge impact on the Mallorca cathedral.