Santa Maria delle Vigne
|Basilica di Santa Maria delle Vigne|
The façade of the Basilica.
|Ecclesiastical or organizational status||National monument|
|Architectural style||Romanesque; Neoclassical|
Santa Maria delle Vigne is a Roman Catholic basilica church in Genoa, northern Italy. It is known from the 10th century. The main altar was completed in 1730 by Giacomo Antonio Ponsonelli. The church is also the final resting place of the leading early Italian composer Alessandro Stradella, who was murdered in 1682.
- Madonna with Saints Leonardo and Stefano (18th century) by Domenico Parodi.
- Madonna, Child, and Angels (c 1465) attributed to Giovanni Mazone .
- San Michele (c. 1680) by Gregorio De Ferrari.
- St Catherine (central panel of polyptych 1476 and 1494, by Francesco da Pavia.
- Ten Thousand Crucifixions (1580) by Bernardo Castello.
- Last Supper (17th century) derived from Oratory of San Giacomo delle Fucine by Simone Balli.
- Birth of the Virgin (1784) by Giuseppe Cades.
- A Crucifix, Madonna, and St John, statues attributed to Anton Maria Maragliano.
- Triumph of the Cross (c. 1690) and Vision of St John of the Cross (c. 1685) by Domenico Piola
- Madonna and child (Late Gothic statue in right portal).
- Epiphany (1819) and Apparition of Christ before his Mother (1820) by Santo Tagliafichi.
- Madonna and Child (1616) by Giovanni and Tommaso Orsolino
- Statues of Christ and St. Peter by Michele Sansebastiano.
- Annunciation (1787) in the presbytery, by Carlo Giuseppe Ratti.
- Repose during Escape to Egypt (c. 1820) by Felice Vinelli.
- Madonna (1397) attributed to Taddeo di Bartolo
- Presentation of the Virgin (1785) by Giovanni David.
- Visitation (c. 1820) by Giuseppe Passano.
- Trinity and Saints (1770) by Carlo Giuseppe Ratti.
- Annunciation (1690) by Giovanni Andrea Carlone.
- Virgin with Saints Lawrence, Liborio, and Phillip Neri (1681) by Giovanni Battista Casone.
- Tomb of Doctor Anselmo (1304); sarcophagus with second century with reliefs of Death of Phaedra
- Marble relief by Saints John the Baptist and Rocco intercede for souls in Purgatory (1670) by Daniello Solaro
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