Interestingly, the figures painted into the ceiling next to each column initially appear to the viewer as three-dimensional statues, but on closer inspection we see that the artist cleverly created an illusion of three-dimensionality by his use of shadows and placement.Also noteworthy is the fact that the carving was all undertaken in-place (in-situ) rather than being carved independently and then attached to the walls (stucco). Ça me gonfle trop de le continuer mais allez-y les gars faites-vous plaisir. _ avril 8, 2011 à (UTC) Vous avez vu j'ai fait des tas de fautes dans le titre : c'est fait exprès ! Je vous remets un brouillon que j'avais fait avant.
Elle a réalisé toute une performance dans le film, mais cette scène en particulier a marqué sa carrière.
It was customary for the grand-master to throw golden coins on the people who were waiting in the square for the news. One is of Grand Master La Cassiere, who paid for the building of the Cathedral, one is of Bishop Torres who opened the Cathedral and the third is the coat of arms of religion.
The columns on the main door are Tuscan, therefore massive and impressive.
The interior was largely decorated by Mattia Preti, the Calabrian artist and Knight.
Preti designed the intricate carved stone walls and painted the vaulted ceiling and side altars with scenes from the life of St John.