10 edition of Rome in the age of Bernini found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||by Torgil Magnuson.|
|Series||Kungl. vitterhets, historie och antikvitets akademiens handlingar,, 34. d., 36. d.|
|LC Classifications||DG812.4 .M27 1982|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 v. :|
|ISBN 10||0391025864, 0391034480|
|LC Control Number||83118005|
Send Email. Recipient(s) will receive an email with a link to 'Review: The Rome of Alexander VII, by Richard Krautheimer; Rome in the Age of Bernini, II by Torgil Magnuson' and will not need an account to access the content. 'First published in , this volume has never been topped for its clarity of discourse or the stunning beauty of its reproductions. It is the black and white photographs of Bernini's breathtaking sculpture that best capture the timeless wonder of their precision and vitality.' (Booklist) 'Wittkower's Bernini rightly enjoys almost canonical status among studies of the artist and his age, as /5(47).
Gian Lorenzo Bernini () was the most influential sculptor of his age. Inventive and skilled, he virtually created the Baroque style. In his religious sculptures he excelled at capturing movement and extreme emotion, uniting figures with their setting to create a single conception of overwhelming intensity that expressed the fervour of Counter-Reformation s: Bernini was successful, self-confident, sociable and affluent, while Borromini was gloomy, solitary, depressed, often irascible and always difficult. Offering the opportunity for a first hand comparison of the works and styles of the two artists, this privately-guided tour will take you to some of the most important and famous monuments in Rome.
Sculptor, architect, painter, playwright, and scenographer, Gian Lorenzo Bernini (–) was the last of the great universal artistic geniuses of early modern Italy, placed by both contemporaries and posterity in the same exalted company as Leonardo, Raphael, and Michelangelo. And his artistic vision remains palpably present today, through the countless statues, fountains, and buildings. Rome in the age of Bernini / 2, From the election of Innocent X to the death of Innocent XI. (Book, )  Get this from a library! Rome in the age of Bernini / 2, From the election of Innocent X .
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Rome in the Age of Bernini: From the Election of Innocent X to the Death of Innocent XI (Kungl. Antikvariska Seriesn, 34D) by Torgil Magnuson (Author)Author: Torgil Magnuson.
Rome in the age of Bernini, Vol Issue 1 Volume 34 of The Royal Academy of Letters, History and Antiquities, Stokholm Antikvariska Series Kungl.
Vitterhets, historie och antikvitets akademiens handlingar: Antikvariska serien Rome in the Age of Bernini, Torgil Magnuson: Author: Torgil Magnuson: Edition: illustrated: Publisher. Rome in the Age of Bernini, Vol Issue 1 Handlingar: Antikvariska serien Kungl.
Vitterhets, historie och antikvitets akademiens handlingar: Antikvariska serien, ISSN Rome in the Age of Bernini, Torgil Magnuson Volume 34 of The Royal Academy of Letters, History and Antiquities, Stokholm Antikvariska Series: Author: Torgil Magnuson: Edition.
This is a excellent book on Bernini and on Rome - from his point of view - in the 17th century. This is not a book about Bernini's art per se. It is more a biography of the artist and a very interesting story about his personality and his relationships.
Mormando has a lot of respect for his sources, and he stays strictly with the evidence he can by: 6. was summoned to Rome. Under the threat of torture, the seventy-year-old scientist offered to rewrite some chapters of the book; the sentence was issued in Convento della Minerva: Galilei was ordered to publicly abjure his beliefs, his book was declared heretical and banned and.
Although the book does cover Bernini's masterpieces, "his Rome" is pretty much the emphasis of this book. It gives a clear background in the political and social climate of his times and the details of his personality and interactions and their impact on the creation of his art, as well as the Baroque conception of art, which is theatrical and dramatic.4/5.
BERNINI’S BIOGRAPHY. Born in Naples inGian Lorenzo Bernini is considered by many as the greatest sculptor of the 17 th Century Baroque era. Bernini’s father Pietro, also a sculptor guided the young Bernini’s talents. The family moved to Rome when Gian Lorenzo was about 8.
This book is a thorough discussion of the sculptural works of Gianlorenzo Bernini by probably the pre-eminent scholar of Baroque art.
It is filled with superb photographs, mostly black-and-white. This is a scholarly work as well as being very visually by: 6. GianLorenzo Bernini. According to Angels & Demons, Bernini was a member of the secret underground scientific brotherhood, the the Church’s “poster boy”, he was in a perfect position to make the Path of Illumination.
Path of Illumination. This consisted of four statues, located in four different churches in Rome, related to the four ancient “elements” of nature: Earth. Rome in the age of Bernini. [Torgil Magnuson] Gian Lorenzo Bernini; Gian Lorenzo Bernini: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Torgil Magnuson.
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44 No. 2, May, (pp. ) DOI: / Article; Info & Metrics; PDF; Previous Next. This is a PDF-only article. Author: Howard Hibbard. The greatest single example of Gian Lorenzo Bernini’s mature art is the Cornaro Chapel in Santa Maria della Vittoria, in Rome. The chapel’s focal point is Bernini’s sculpture of The Ecstasy of St.
Teresa (–52), a depiction of a mystical experience of the great Spanish Carmelite reformer Teresa of Ávila. Gian Lorenzo Bernini () was the most influential sculptor of his age.
Inventive and skilled, he virtually created the Baroque style. In his religious sculptures he excelled at capturing movement and extreme emotion, uniting figures with their setting to create a single conception of overwhelming intensity that expressed the fervour of Counter-Reformation Rome/5.
Send Email. Recipient(s) will receive an email with a link to 'Review: Guide to Baroque Rome by Anthony Blunt; Rome in the Age of Bernini, Vol. I by Torgil Magnuson' and will not need an. ^ See Marder, Tod A. Bernini and the Art of Architecture Abbeville Press, New York and London, ^ See McPhee, Sarah.
Bernini and the bell towers: architecture and politics at the Vatican, Yale University Press, ^ Magnuson Torgil, Rome in the Age of Bernini. Today is the birthday () of Gian Lorenzo Bernini (also spelled Gianlorenzo or Giovanni Lorenzo), Italian artist and a prominent architect who worked principally in Rome.
He was the leading sculptor of his age, credited with creating the Baroque style of sculpture. In addition, he painted, wrote plays, and designed metalwork and stage sets. The Genius in the Design by Jake Morrissey tells the fascinating story of the rivalry between two brilliant architects in 17th century Rome: Gianlorenzo Bernini and Francesco Borromini.
Bernini was a sculptor, painter, playwright, and stage designer as well as an architect. A child prodigy, he created his first major sculpture at the age of twelve.4/5. Books; Europe; Review: The Rome of Alexander VII, by Richard Krautheimer; Rome in the Age of Bernini, II by Torgil Magnuson.
John Varriano. Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians Vol. 46 No. 4, Dec., (pp. ) DOI: / Article Author: John Varriano.Book. A richly illustrated catalogue is being published in Dutch and English editions to accompany the exhibition, titled Caravaggio-Bernini.
Early Baroque in Rome. Publisher: Hannibal. Price: € Podcast, audio tour, group tours. The exhibition will be accompanied by an audio tour and a .Giovanni Lorenzo Bernini was born inthe sixth of thirteen children of Angelica Galante and Pietro Bernini. Bernini's childhood was spent in Naples and he began sculpting from an early age working closely with his father, a successful Mannerist sculptor who carried out prestigious commissions in Naples and later Rome.