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Bernini

Gian Lorenzo . 1598--1680, Italian painter, architect, and sculptor: the greatest exponent of the Italian baroque
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Among the artists that Challis Davy felt had to be included were the Italian master of Baroque sculpture, Gianlorenzo Bernini, whose extraordinary "Ecstasy of St.
His book brought to bright life the great forces--noblemen, cardinals, ecclesiastics and the religious orders--who shaped the careers of such illustrious artists as Gianlorenzo Bernini and Pietro da Cortona.
Aquinas and Blondel are examples of this incarnational imagination in action; so are Gianlorenzo Bernini, Therese of Lisieux, Thomas Merton, and Mother Theresa--works created, lives led, interpretations made, actions performed in the inclusio between Christ's resurrection and ours, in the sacramental space between incarnation and eschatology.
His style has been compared to Gianlorenzo Bernini (1598-1620), the greatest Italian sculptor of his generation, the chosen one of Popes, famed for the baldacchino at St Peter's, Rome.
Bust of Charles I (17th century), after the portrait by Gianlorenzo Bernini, was previously the property of Warwick Castle, and is one of only three versions known to exist.
a product licensing and marketing consulting firm in Studio City, has been hired to organize a licensing and merchandising program based on objects in the Vatican Treasury Museum, which houses a vast collection ranging from works by Gianlorenzo Bernini to papal gifts from heads of state to chalices and crosses.
The other major exhibition Effigies and Ecstasies (National Gallery of Scotland) celebrated the fourth centenary of the birth of the outstanding Italian baroque artist Gianlorenzo Bernini (1598-1680).
GianLorenzo Bernini's theatrically baroque "Altar of the Chair" in St.