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Apollo and Daphne ( c.1680–85) – Bernini. He is trying to take her, to rape her and she is a wood nymph. She starts to change into a tree. I felt as though they would start to move.

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Museo Cappella Sansevero

Veiled Christ, marble, Giuseppe Sanmartino 1783 to do a vial, one you can see through, and to carve that vial out of stone is just remarkable.

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

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Ermafrodito Giovanni Lorenzo Bernini (1598-1655) was one of the greatest artists of the Italian Baroque period. He was famous both for his sculpture and his architecture. From 1527, he worked for Pope Urban XIII and then for Pope Alexander VII at St. Peter's Basilica where he designed the famous piazza (place) in front of the basilica and many of the most splendid things that are inside.

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How such art can be so sensuously and realistically rendered from such an unmalleable medium as marble, is nothing short of miraculous.

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The Fontana dei Quattro Fiumi or "Fountain of the Four Rivers", located in Piazza Navona, Rome, designed in 1651 by Bernini

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21 cappella sansevero, antonio corradini, pudicizia, 1751

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Gian Lorenzo Bernini Fountain of the Moor Italy (1653) Piazza Navona, Rome.

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GIAN LORENZO BERNINI Model for The Nile 1649-50 terracotta 15.38 inches (40.1 cm) high

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