Roman Baroque Sculpture: The Industry of Art
Draws on contemporary biographies and a wealth of hitherto unpublished archival material to illuminate the position and practice of the Baroque sculptor, to enable the reader to appreciate, understand and evaluate the sculptural monuments of the Roman Baroque.
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Alessandro Algardi Alexander VII altar Altham Andrea Andrea Bolgi angels Antonio Antonio Raggi Arch architect artists baroque blocks Borghese Boselli bust Busta Carlo Carlo Rainaldi Carrara Carrate carved cast chapel Chigi church Ciro Ferri contract Cosimo Fancelli decoration detti Domenico Guidi drapery drawing engraving Ercole Ferrata exhibition catalogue fatto Faun ﬁgure ﬁnal ﬁnd ﬁnished ﬁrst ﬂoat Florence founder Francesco Barberini Senior Francesco Mochi Gianlorenzo Bernini gilt bronze Giorgetti Giovanni Battista Giuseppe haver Ibid invention Lateran letter Lorenzo marble Maria del Popolo Marmi marmo Modelli Montagu moulds Museum Naldini nave Nicolas Cordier ofthe painter painting palmi Paolo Paris Passeri payment Peter's pezzi Pietro da Cortona Pope Pressouyre prezzo putti Quesnoy Raggi relief restoration Roma Roman Rome Rossi scudi sculptor seventeenth century Signor silver St Peter’s stucco tomb trionﬁ tutto Urban VIII Vatican Wittkower