Artist José F.M. Garzia—who designed the Cisnetto Olivera vault in the previous post—also went a bit on the wild side with the tomb of Sebastián Perelli. Completely eclectic, Neoclassical elements mix with Art Nouveau in a big way:
Garzia’s signature can be found by the lower left corner of the door:
The interior is equally interesting & just as extreme as the exterior:
Update (02 Oct 2011): After a recent trip to San Miguel de Tucumán, I discovered that the bronze urns & light fixtures surrounding the Casa de Gobierno were also designed by José F.M. Garzia:
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