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Vicent Ferrer: un predicador de la tardor medieval

Miguel de Prado (documentat a València entre 1515 i 1537) Retaule de sant Vicent Ferrer (taula inferior, lateral esquerre) Taula, 494 x 387 cm Núm. inv. 175 © Museo de Bellas Artes de Valencia.
Miguel de Prado (documentat a València entre 1515 i 1537) Retaule de sant Vicent Ferrer (taula inferior, lateral esquerre) Taula, 494 x 387 cm Núm. inv. 175 © Museo de Bellas Artes de Valencia.
 
 
 
 
 
The 5th April 1419, the master Vicent Ferrer died in Vannes (Brittany) after preaching intensively since 1399. In addition, he participated since the beginning in State matters such as the Compromise of Caspe or the Western Schism. The historical Library of the Universitat de València, the Valencian Academy of the Language and the Archive of the Cathedral of Valencia homage this important figure with the exhibition: Vicent Ferrer. Un predicador de la tardor medieval. Bibliographical materials that will help us understand and study the preaching duties of the Valencian Dominican throughout Western Europe from 1399 to 1429 will be exhibited. Since he was named legatus a latere Christi by the Pope Benedict XIII.
 
Opening ceremony: 16th Ocotber 2019 coinciding with the Congress Vicent Ferrer: projecció europea d’un sant valencià of the Valencian Academy of the Language.
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
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