Bernini. [Illustr.] (1. publ.) - (Harmondsworth, Middlesex): Penguin Books (1965). 255 S. 8

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Penguin Adult, 1966 - Architecture - 255 pages
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Sculptor and architect Bernini was the virtual creator and greatest exponent of Baroque in 17th century Italy. He has left his greatest mark on Rome where Papal patronage provided him with enormous architectural commissions.

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User Review  - Michelle - Goodreads

Writing was a little dry, but an excellent source for Bernini lovers. This was recommended to me in a class I took by one of the best art historians in America, Dr. Robert Westin. Read full review

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About the author (1966)

Howard Hibbard (1928-1984) was Professor of Art History at Columbia University. Recognized as an expert of the Italian Baroque, he also wrote on topics such as Caravaggio and Poussin.

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