Baroque: Italy & Germany ITALY:  Bernini, Caravaggio, Gentileschi, Maderno, Borromini  GERMANY:  Prandtauer, Zimmerman
Gianlorenzo Bernini,  Piazza and Colonnade of St. Peter’s (view from the dome),  designed 1657, Rome
Gianlorenzo Bernini,  Piazza and Colonnade of St. Peter’s ,  designed 1657, Rome
Gianlorenzo Bernini,  Piazza and Colonnade of St. Peter’s ,  designed 1657, Rome
Bernini,  Ecstasy of Saint Teresa,  1645-1652, Marble, Cornaro Chapel, Santa Maria della Vittoria, Rome
Bernini,  David,  1623, Marble, Galleria Borghese, Rome
Caravaggio,  The Supper at Emmaus,  1597, Oil on Canvas
Caravaggio,  Desposition of Christ,  1602-1604, Oil on Canvas
Artemesia Gentileschi,  Susanna and the Elders,  1610, Oil on Canvas
Artemesia Gentileschi,  Judith Slaying Holofernes,  1612, Oil on Canvas
Gentileschi,  Judith Slaying Holofernes,  1621, Oil on Canvas
Caravaggio,  Judith Beheading Holofernes,  1598, Oil on Canvas
Carlos Maderno,  Façade of St. Peter’s , Vatican, Rome, 1606-1612
Francesco Borromini,  Façade of Sant’ Agnese,  Rome, 1653-1666
Francesco Borromini,  Façade of Sant’ Agnese,  Rome, 1653-1666
Giovanni Battista Gaulli and Antonio Raggi,  Triumph of the Sacred Name of Jesus,  Ceiling Fresco, Il Gesu, Rome, 1676-1679
Jacob Prandtauer,  Benedictine Abbey,  Melk, Austria, begun 1702
AERIAL VIEW:  Jacob Prandtauer,  Benedictine Abbey,  Melk, Austria, begun 1702
INTERIOR VIEW:  Jacob Prandtauer,  Benedictine Abbey,  Melk, Austria, begun 1702
Dominikus Zimmerman,  Die Wies,  1746-1754, Upper Bavaria
VIEW OF ENTRANCE:  Dominikus Zimmerman,  Die Wies,  1746-1754,  Upper Bavaria
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Baroque In Italy, Germany, And Austria

  1. 1. Baroque: Italy & Germany ITALY: Bernini, Caravaggio, Gentileschi, Maderno, Borromini GERMANY: Prandtauer, Zimmerman
  2. 2. Gianlorenzo Bernini, Piazza and Colonnade of St. Peter’s (view from the dome), designed 1657, Rome
  3. 3. Gianlorenzo Bernini, Piazza and Colonnade of St. Peter’s , designed 1657, Rome
  4. 4. Gianlorenzo Bernini, Piazza and Colonnade of St. Peter’s , designed 1657, Rome
  5. 5. Bernini, Ecstasy of Saint Teresa, 1645-1652, Marble, Cornaro Chapel, Santa Maria della Vittoria, Rome
  6. 6. Bernini, David, 1623, Marble, Galleria Borghese, Rome
  7. 7. Caravaggio, The Supper at Emmaus, 1597, Oil on Canvas
  8. 8. Caravaggio, Desposition of Christ, 1602-1604, Oil on Canvas
  9. 9. Artemesia Gentileschi, Susanna and the Elders, 1610, Oil on Canvas
  10. 10. Artemesia Gentileschi, Judith Slaying Holofernes, 1612, Oil on Canvas
  11. 11. Gentileschi, Judith Slaying Holofernes, 1621, Oil on Canvas
  12. 12. Caravaggio, Judith Beheading Holofernes, 1598, Oil on Canvas
  13. 13. Carlos Maderno, Façade of St. Peter’s , Vatican, Rome, 1606-1612
  14. 14. Francesco Borromini, Façade of Sant’ Agnese, Rome, 1653-1666
  15. 15. Francesco Borromini, Façade of Sant’ Agnese, Rome, 1653-1666
  16. 16. Giovanni Battista Gaulli and Antonio Raggi, Triumph of the Sacred Name of Jesus, Ceiling Fresco, Il Gesu, Rome, 1676-1679
  17. 17. Jacob Prandtauer, Benedictine Abbey, Melk, Austria, begun 1702
  18. 18. AERIAL VIEW: Jacob Prandtauer, Benedictine Abbey, Melk, Austria, begun 1702
  19. 19. INTERIOR VIEW: Jacob Prandtauer, Benedictine Abbey, Melk, Austria, begun 1702
  20. 20. Dominikus Zimmerman, Die Wies, 1746-1754, Upper Bavaria
  21. 21. VIEW OF ENTRANCE: Dominikus Zimmerman, Die Wies, 1746-1754, Upper Bavaria

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