Another Bernini sculpture - a marble veil - Astounding! Just click on space for variety of veiled woman

Another Bernini sculpture - a marble veil - Astounding! Just click on space for variety of veiled woman

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The Rape of Proserpina. Bernini foi um eminente artista do barroco italiano, trabalhando principalmente na cidade de Roma

The Rape of Proserpina. Bernini foi um eminente artista do barroco italiano, trabalhando principalmente na cidade de Roma

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Bernini you are my favorite FAVORITE. That he could make stone look like a transparent veil is stupendous                                                                                                                                                      Mais

Bernini you are my favorite FAVORITE. That he could make stone look like a transparent veil is stupendous Mais

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Pluto and Proserpina/Persephone 1621 Bernini. Look at his hand in her flesh. How the heck does he carve that? I mean it's ridiculous!

Pluto and Proserpina/Persephone 1621 Bernini. Look at his hand in her flesh. How the heck does he carve that? I mean it's ridiculous!

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Fontana dei Quattro Fiumi (fountain of the four rivers) - Bernini

Fontana dei Quattro Fiumi (fountain of the four rivers) - Bernini

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Gianlorenzo Bernini, Ecstasy of Saint Teresa, Cornaro chapel, Santa Maria Della Vittoria, Rome, Italy

Gianlorenzo Bernini, Ecstasy of Saint Teresa, Cornaro chapel, Santa Maria Della Vittoria, Rome, Italy

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Bernini, Apollo and Daphne. Apollo, one of the most powerful gods mocked the god of love Eros for his use of bow and arrow, saying "What have you to do with warlike weapons? Leave them for hands worthy of them. Behold the conquest I have won by means of them over the vast serpent who stretched his poisonous body over acres of the plain! Be content with your torch, child, and kindle up your flames, as you call them, where you will, but presume not to meddle with my weapons."

Bernini, Apollo and Daphne. Apollo, one of the most powerful gods mocked the god of love Eros for his use of bow and arrow, saying "What have you to do with warlike weapons? Leave them for hands worthy of them. Behold the conquest I have won by means of them over the vast serpent who stretched his poisonous body over acres of the plain! Be content with your torch, child, and kindle up your flames, as you call them, where you will, but presume not to meddle with my weapons."

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Cupid & Psyche at the Louvre. The fact that I've seen this twice, and each time I just stood and admired, is awesome. I hope I'll be able to visit it again.

Cupid & Psyche at the Louvre. The fact that I've seen this twice, and each time I just stood and admired, is awesome. I hope I'll be able to visit it again.

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Three Must See Bernini Sculptures At The Borghese Gallery In Rome

Three Must See Bernini Sculptures At The Borghese Gallery In Rome

A pleurant (francês) ou "weeper" (em Inglês) foi uma estátua que era para chorar eternamente no túmulo de um ente querido. Mulher com véu, via Flickr. foto de Irene Spadacin tomada em Verano Cemitério Monumental, Roma, IT

A pleurant (francês) ou "weeper" (em Inglês) foi uma estátua que era para chorar eternamente no túmulo de um ente querido. Mulher com véu, via Flickr. foto de Irene Spadacin tomada em Verano Cemitério Monumental, Roma, IT

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