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39. San Carloemphasized a. unique relationship between this church and Il Gesu. b. traditional façade. c. relationship between it and St. Peter’s. d. emphasized the sculptural qualities of the building. e. None. 40. One earlier church that proved to be highly influential for Baroque designs, especially those in Latin America, was a. 41.Compare two facades (Figures 20.16 and 20.19). Even if you didn’t know the dates of the twostructures, you would place San Carlo alle Quattrolaterthan Il Gesùon the basis of this feature.42. However, the most spectacular feature of the Italian baroque church was the 43. How does Fra Andrea Pozzo create the illusion of heaven opening above the heads of the congregation in the church of San Ignazio? a. illusionistically continued the church’s architecture into the vault so the roof seems to be lifting off. b. narrowed the nave ceiling so it is difficult to see the vault. C. widened the vault so the perspective is skewed. d. illusionistically lowered the church’s actual architecture so the roof seems to lifting off. e. none of the above. Baroque Sculpture in Italy, 13-1444. Bernini did all but
45. Bernini's "David" differs from Michelangelo's in Bernini's in that Bernini chooses to portray: 46. Bernini’s Davidseems to be moving through space and time, as supported by its 47. Bernini’s Apollo and Daphneemphasizes dramatic movement primarily because ita. involves axial stability. B. Uses only strict verticals and horizontals. C. is composed on a diagonal axis. D. All of these. E. None of these.