Santa Maria in Organo, Verona: View showing unfinished facade



Originally part of a Benedictine convent (destroyed in Napoleonic times). For S Maria in Organo, Sanmicheli designed a stone fa├žade (1547) that was completed only up to the level of the main entablature; above it there would probably have been an attic storey with a pediment at the centre. The composition, with a central portal and side windows, is common to other Veronese churches. The most famous works inside the church are the wood inlays (intarsia) of the choir and sacristy, which depict urban scenes, allegories, still life, executed by the monk Fra Giovanni da Verona, who also designed the bell tower, finished in 1533.


Attribute NameValues
Alternate Title
  • Chiesa di Santa Maria in Organo

  • G. Massiot & cie

  • Decorative arts

  • Churches

  • Architecture

  • Bell towers

Date Created
  • 1910-01-01

Date Digitized
  • 2007-01-01

Cultural Context
  • Renaissance

  • Romanesque

Place of Creation
  • Verona

  • Verona, Veneto, Italy

  • +45.444338+11.004452

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Temporal Coverage
  • before or circa 1910

Record Visibility Public
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