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Sobre las pinturas del colegio de San Teodomiro de la Compañía de Jesús de Carmona.

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2022-12-21
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Universidad Pablo de Olavide
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Dentro del gran patrimonio que poseían los colegios de la Compañía de Jesús en el momento de su expulsión, el más difícil de rastrear es el patrimonio eclesiástico, concretamente los bienes muebles. Este grupo está compuesto por una extensa tipología que varía en función del soporte y del uso. Tras la expulsión de la orden de sus reinos, Carlos III y su consejo planificaron un sistema de inventarios de todo tipo de bienes, pasando las pinturas a ser propiedad de la Corona. En el presente artículo nos vamos a centrar en el ámbito de la pintura, gracias al inventario que se realizó de las dependencias del colegio de San Teodomiro de Carmona en 1767. Algunas de ellas fueron vendidas, otras cedidas a instituciones como la universidad, arzobispado e incluso a parroquias y conventos locales. Por último, las de pintores famosos pasaron a engrosar los fondos de las academias reales.
Within the great patrimony that the schools of the Compañía de Jesús possessed at the time of their expulsion, the most difficult to trace is the ecclesiastical patrimony, specifically movable property. This group is made up of an extensive typology that varies depending on the support and use. After the expulsion of the order from his kingdoms, Carlos III and his council planned a system of inventories of all kinds of goods, passing the paintings to the property of the Crown. In this article we are going to focus on the realm of painting, thanks to the inventory that was made of the premises of the school of San Teodomiro in Carmona in 1767. Some of them were sold, others were transferred to institutions such as the university, archbishopric and even to local parishes and convents. Finally, those of famous painters went on to swell the funds of the Royal Academies.
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Atrio. Revista de Historia del Arte, ISSN 0214-8293, ISSN-e 2659-5230, Nº. 28, 2022, págs. 144-173.
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