- Researcher reveals that Bernini's 'Animas', two of his most famous sculptures
- Bernini had the ability to express very dramatic narrative scenes in his sculptures. He was able to capture intense psychological states and also to compose sculpture sets transmitting a magnificent grandeur.
- Bernini's 'Animas' were originally meant to be mythological, not religious
- Bernini's 'Anima dannata', kept at the Spanish Embassy in front of the Holy See. Credit: Credit: CAROLINA MARCONI.
- BERNINI, Il genio della matita
- Per far conoscere una porzione di questo immenso patrimonio, di recente ha curato con Manuela Gobbi (che ha un dottorato in Storia del disegno e della grafica all'Università di Roma 'Tor Vergata') il volume I disegni di Bernini e della sua Scuola nella ...
- The 'rules' regarding hair
- The 'rules' regarding hair. Why is what our hair signifies so much more interesting than its physical usefulness? 'Perhaps it's because on humans hair is not essential for our survival': Apollo and Daphne, by Bernini.
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