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Gianlorenzo Bernini (1598-1680): Self-Portraits At about age 32–37 (c. 1630-35) At about age 65-67 (c. 1665)
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Questo fanciullo sarà il Michelangelo del suo tempo . (“This boy will be the Michelangelo of his time.”) —Words attributed to Pope Paul V when Bernini was ten years old “Bernini gave a public opera wherein he painted the scenery, carved the statues, designed the stage-machinery, composed the music, wrote the play, and built the theater.” The Diary of John Evelyn, c. 1648
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Donatello, David , 1420s-40s Michelangelo, David , 1501-04 Early Renaissance High Renaissance
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Bernini, David , 1623 Michelangelo, David , 1501-04 Baroque Renaissance
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Donatello vs. Bernini Bernini, David
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Bernini, David
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Michelangelo Bernini
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Bernini, Apollo and Daphne , 1622-24
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Michelangelo, Prisoner , c. 1525 Bernini, Apollo and Daphne , 1622-24
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Detail: leaves sprouting from Daphne’s fingers and hair
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Detail: Daphne’s toes taking root
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Detail: Daphne’s silent scream
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Bernini, Cornaro Chapel, featuring The Ecstasy of St. Teresa , 1645-52
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Michelangelo, Tomb of Giuliano de’ Medici, 1519-34 Cornaro Chapel, 1645-52
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THE COMPLETE CORNARO CHAPEL Photograph 18th-century painting
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Pavement of Cornaro Chapel Note that the Cornaro Chapel is a funerary chapel. Members of the family are buried beneath the pavement.
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Details of the pavement of the Cornaro Chapel: gesticulating skeletons composed of multicolored stone
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Cornaro Chapel ceiling (detail of photograph) Cornaro Chapel ceiling (detail of 18th-century painting)
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Ceiling of the Chapel Note
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This note was uploaded on 01/31/2012 for the course ART 1441 taught by Professor Zucker,m. during the Spring '08 term at LSU.

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