Visible Spirit The Art of Gian Lorenzo Bernini Volume III

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Visible Spirit The Art of Gian Lorenzo Bernini Volume III

[PDF / Epub] ⚣ Visible Spirit The Art of Gian Lorenzo Bernini Volume III ✈ Irving Lavin – African-american-literature.co Bernini at St Peters may be a unique case in history a single artist in change of a grandiose monument in a continuous state ofcreativity under constantly changing patrons and a variety of projects foBernini at St Peters may be a unique case in history a single artist in change of a grandiose monument in a continuous state ofcreativity under constantly changing patrons and a variety of projects for nearly six decades This book argues that a continuousthread of thought may be discerned underlying and connecting the vicissitudes of this spectacular display From first to last Bernini conceived of St Peters as a pilgrimage church a kind of pilgrimage of human life his own and of the believers who visited the basilica to worship and give testimonyThe book is in large format and richly illustrated with 272 colour illustrations It represents a fitting tribute to the artist and his monument St Peter's BasilicaTable of ContentsPreambleSt Peter's as summa ecclesiarumThe apse and crossingThe high altarBaldachins and ciboriaThe baldacchino 1624 35Paired tombsThe tomb of Urban VIII 1627 47The crossing piers 1627 41The nave continuityFeed my sheep pasce oves meas 1633 46The tomb of Matilda of Tuscany 1633 44The nave decoration 1645 9Ingress egressThe piazza and colonnades 1656 67CommemorationThe cathedra petri 1657 66The equestrian monument of Constantine and the Scala Regia 1662 70The tomb of Alexander VII 1671 8Passage to the Holy CityThe Ponte SantAngelo and Castel SantAngelo 1667 71ConsummationThe Sacrament Altar 1673 5The church the city and the artistRoma alessandrina urban unity public welfare and universal Christian charityThe blood of Christ 1669 70BibliographyIndex.

Bernini at St Peters may be a unique case in history a single artist in change of a grandiose monument in a continuous state ofcreativity under constantly changing patrons and a variety of projects for nearly six decades This book argues that a continuousthread of thought may be discerned underlying and connecting the vicissitudes of this spectacular display From first to last Bernini conceived of St Peters as a pilgrimage church a kind of pilgrimage of human life his own and of the believers who visited the basilica to worship and give testimonyThe book is in large format and richly illustrated with 272 colour illustrations It represents a fitting tribute to the artist and his monument St Peter's BasilicaTable of ContentsPreambleSt Peter's as summa ecclesiarumThe apse and crossingThe high altarBaldachins and ciboriaThe baldacchino 1624 35Paired tombsThe tomb of Urban VIII 1627 47The crossing piers 1627 41The nave continuityFeed my sheep pasce oves meas 1633 46The tomb of Matilda of Tuscany 1633 44The nave decoration 1645 9Ingress egressThe piazza and colonnades 1656 67CommemorationThe cathedra petri 1657 66The equestrian monument of Constantine and the Scala Regia 1662 70The tomb of Alexander VII 1671 8Passage to the Holy CityThe Ponte SantAngelo and Castel SantAngelo 1667 71ConsummationThe Sacrament Altar 1673 5The church the city and the artistRoma alessandrina urban unity public welfare and universal Christian charityThe blood of Christ 1669 70BibliographyIndex.

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