[ber-nee-nee; Italian ber-nee-nee]
- Gio·van·ni [jee-uh-vah-nee; Italian jaw-vahn-nee] /ˌdʒi əˈvɑ ni; Italian dʒɔˈvɑn ni/or Gian [jahn] /dʒɑn/Lo·ren·zo [luh-ren-zoh; Italian law-ren-dzaw] /ləˈrɛn zoʊ; Italian lɔˈrɛn dzɔ/, 1598–1680, Italian sculptor, architect, and painter.
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Examples from the Web for bernini
Imagine if Vermeer had painted portraits of Rubens, Bernini, Rembrandt, and van Dyke.Tacita Dean’s ‘Five Americans’ Captures a Quiet Brilliance
May 7, 2012
An insane thing—more so than any Bernini monument, I thought.The Spirit of Rome
Upon this principle Bernini, perhaps, may be subject to censure.Seven Discourses on Art
Because of his versatile talents the man Bernini has passed into history.
Bernini was born at Naples 1598 and was a great sculptor as well as architect.Sir Christopher Wren
Upon this principle, Bernini, perhaps, may be subject to censure.Sir Joshua Reynolds' Discourses
Sir Joshua Reynolds
- Gian Lorenzo (dʒan loˈrɛntso). 1598–1680, Italian painter, architect, and sculptor: the greatest exponent of the Italian baroque
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