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Gian Lorenzo Bernini – Wikipedia
Biography Early life. Bernini was born in Naples in 1598 to Angelica Galante and Mannerist sculptor Pietro Bernini, originally from Florence.He was the sixth of their thirteen children.
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Sculpture – Wikipedia
One of the most common purposes of sculpture is in some form of association with religion. Cult images are common in many cultures, though they are often not the colossal statues of deities which characterized ancient Greek art, like the Statue of Zeus at Olympia.
Church History – St Charles Parish
History of the Church. The following information was taken from the Church Centenary Booklet produced in 1996
Rome | History, Facts, & Points of Interest | Britannica.com
Rome: History and geography of Rome, the capital of Italy and one of the most important cities of the ancient world.
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Sebastiano Ricci – Bruce and Bobbie's Home Page
Sebastiano Ricci was an Italian painter of the late Baroque School of Venice.About the same age as Piazzetta, and an elder contemporary of Tiepolo, he represents a late version of the vigorous and luminous Cortonesque Style of grand manner fresco painting.
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Western sculpture – Modern sculpture | Britannica.com
Western sculpture – Modern sculpture: The origins of modern art are traditionally traced to the mid-19th-century rejection of Academic tradition in subject matter and style by certain artists and critics.