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Andrés de Vandelvira (1509–1575) was a Spanish architect, active mainly in Jaén, Uclés, Baeza, and Úbeda during the Renaissance. He was born in Alcaraz, in the province of Albacete and died in Jaén. The church of Nuestra Señora de la Asunción in Villacarrillo was one of his first works in Jaén. Among his most notable works is the Chapel of the Savior in Úbeda, based on a project by Diego de Siloé, and commissioned by Francisco de los Cobos
Obras Maestras del Museo de Bellas Artes de Sevilla, Siglos XV-XVIII: Peque~no y Mediano Formato. Francisco de Los Cobos y Su Epoca. Museo de Bellas Artes de Sevilla. Ubeda: Guia Historico Artistica De La Ciudad.
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Category:Andrés de Vandelvira. Andrés de Vandelvira. Estatua de Andrés de Vandelvira presidiendo la fachada trasera de la Catedral de Jaén. 1509 (statement with Gregorian date earlier than 1584) Alcaraz (Crown of Castile, Kingdom of Toledo). 1575 (statement with Gregorian date earlier than 1584) Jaén (Kingdom of Jaén, Crown of Castile).
Andrés de Vandelvira, monument in Vázquez de Molina Square in Úbeda in front of his building Hospital de Santiago. Andrés de Vandelvira (1509–1575) was a Spanish architect, active mainly in Jaén, Uclés, Baeza, and Úbeda during the Renaissance. Among his most notable works is the Chapel of the Savior in Úbeda, based on a project by Diego de Siloé, and commissioned by Francisco de los Cobos. One of his sons, Alonso de Vandelvira, published a book on stone-cutting, entitled "Libro de cortes de piedra". Church of la Santísima Trinidad (Alcaraz).
Bibliografía, Arsenio Moreno, Úbeda Renacentista, Madrid : Electa, 1993. De Ubeda : Arqueología, Historia y Arte, Úbeda : El Olivo, 2003. Almansa Moreno, José. Almansa Moreno, José Manuel. Guía completa de Úbeda y Baeza. del Arte, El arquitecto Andrés de Vandelvira en Úbeda.