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Italian sculptor and architect of the baroque period in Italy

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The entire process, indeed Baroque itself, might never have gained such cultural momentum and coherence without Gian Lorenzo Bernini (1598-1680), the subject of this closely argued, densely written and stunningly illustrated monograph.
For centuries before the emergence of Gian Lorenzo Bernini (1598-1680), it had been standard practice among Italian sculptors to make small models for large-scale works.
Other exhibitions at The Met feature 50 masterly terracotta models and approximately 30 drawings from the hand of Gian Lorenzo Bernini (Bernini: Sculpting in Clay, until January 6), Matisse's dialogue with his own earlier works and focuses on repeated images and themes executed in pairs, trios and series (Matisse: In Search of True Painting, from December 4 -- March 17), the Guggenheim Museum's Picasso Black and White (until January 23).
HAPPY DECEMBER BIRTHDAY to Gilbert Stuart, Georges Seurat, Wassily Kandinsky, Gian Lorenzo Bernini, Edvard Munch, Helen Frankenthaler, Friedensreich Hundertwasser, Paul Klee, Louise Bourgeois and Henri Matisse.
The museum's collection includes an angel from the studio of Gian Lorenzo Bernini that's only 10 inches tall, but its dynamic sense of movement characterizes it as the epitome of high Baroque.
The exhibition opens with one of the king's favorite works: a marble bust by Gian Lorenzo Bernini showing Louis at age 27, wearing his trademark wig of cascading curls, his eyes gazing into the distance as France's man of destiny.
Her work is inspired by 20th Century American architect Frank Lloyd Wright and traditional sculptors such as the Italian baroque master Gian Lorenzo Bernini.