Bernini


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus.

Bernini

Gian Lorenzo . 1598--1680, Italian painter, architect, and sculptor: the greatest exponent of the Italian baroque
References in periodicals archive ?
HIG said the integration of Cadica, Tessilgraf and Bernini, all leading players in their respective specialty, creates a leading world market player with sales in over 90 countries, with more than 900 customers.
The president of Inacoop, Gustavo Bernini, meanwhile, expressed the importance of this type of joint initiative, which allows directing and promoting development from a leverage such as financing, so necessary for the cooperative sector.
There are 84 pillars that make up Bernini's colonnade.
Master Bernini is a 14-start maiden, but has run some excellent races on the allweather and is now attractively handicapped.
In addition to visual and ontological "frames," Minor pays close attention to visual (spatial and temporal) narrative, for example in Bernini's representation of Death alongside the "still 'living' pope" in his tomb of Alexander VII (p.
These masterpieces were joined by more than fifty paintings, sculptures, rare books, precious objects, drawings, prints, and historical documents by Bernini, Domenichino, Gaulli, Ciro Ferri, Carlo Maratta, and Andrea Pozzo, among other Italian baroque masters, on loan from U.S.
Five of them, including a bust by the great 17th-century sculptor Gian Lorenzo Bernini of Jesuit Cardinal Robert Bellarmine (1542-1621), one of the most important churchmen of his day and Fairfield's patron saint, were delivered from the Gesu itself.
The protagonists of the Gesu's 17th-century history are Bernini, his protege Gaulli, and the Superior General of the Society, Gian Paolo Oliva--the 'forgotten celebrity of Baroque Rome' according to historian Franco Mormando.
CITALIA | (01293 731 753, citalia.com) is offering three nights in Rome at the five-star Hotel Bernini Bristol on a B&B basis from PS489 per person - saving up to PS160 per couple.
THE STORY: Giovanni Bernini is known as the World's Greatest Impressionist--not of celebrities, but of ordinary people.
Celebrar el quinto centenario de su nacimiento, no puede hacerse sino a traves de sus poemas de amor divino, al tiempo que dejamos al lector algunas imagenes de la escena en la cual Gian Lorenzo Bernini (1598-1680) hace 365 anos trabajaba afanoso para recuperar el favor de su fama recientemente perdida debido a rivalidades entre las distintas familias de la aristocracia romana.
Un ejemplo de la profundidad de Bernini se revela en el que es, de seguro, su trabajo mas celebre: la Transverberacion de Santa Teresa, representacion material del amor mistico, la union que alcanza la santa cuando desaparece en Dios.