Image Appendix

1. Gianlorenzo Bernini. “Aeneas, Anchises, Anscanius Fleeing Troy,” ca. 1618, Villa Borghese, Rome (source—artstor.org)

2. Pietro Bernini. “St John the Baptist,” ca. 1612-15, Sant’Andrea della Valle, (source—artstor.org)

3. Gianlorenzo Bernini. “St. Jerome,” ca. 1661-1663, Chigi Chapel, Siena Cathedral, Siena. (source– http://www.atlantedellarteitaliana.it/)

4. Pietro Bernini. “St. Simon,” ca. 1602-1604,  Chiesa dei Gerolamini (source—Sculpture Journal, Vol. 20, Issue 2.)

5. Pietro Bernini. “St. Bartholomew,” ca. 1602-1604, Chiesa dei Gerolamini (source—Sculpture Journal)

6. Gianlorenzo Bernini. “Aeneas, Anchises, Anscanius Fleeing Troy,” (detail) ca. 1618, Villa Borghese, Rome (source—artstor.org)

7. Pietro Bernini. “Assumption of the Virgin,” ca. 1607-10, S. Maria Maggiore, Rome (source—artstor.org)

8. Girolamo Siciolante. “Assumption of the Virgin, “ ca. 1573, Rome, S. Maria Maggiore (source– Zeitschrift für Kunstgeschichte, Vol. 67, Issue 3)

9. Girolamo Imparato. “Assumption of the Virgin,” ca. 1603, Naples, S. Maria la Nova (source– Zeitschrift für Kunstgeschichte, Vol. 67, Issue 3)

10. Giovanni Caccini and Pietro Bernini. “Trinity,” ca. 1595, Florence, Sta. Trinita (source– Zeitschrift für Kunstgeschichte, Vol. 67, Issue 3)

11. Ludovico Cigoli .”Trinity,” ca. 1592, Florence, Museo di S. Croce (source– Zeitschrift für Kunstgeschichte, Vol. 67, Issue 3)

12. Gianlorenzo Bernini. “Martyrdom of St. Lawrence,” ca. 1615-1618,  Uffizi (source—artstor.org )

13. Gianlorenzo Bernini. “Martyrdom of St. Lawrence,” (detail) ca. 1615-1618,  Uffizi (source—artstor.org )

14. Gianlorenzo Bernini. “Apollo and Daphne,” ca. 1622-25, Rome, Villa Borghese (source—artstor.org)

15. Gianlorenzo Bernini. “David,” ca. 1623-1624, Rome, Villa Borghese (source—artstor.org)

16. Gianlorenzo Bernini. “Pietro Bernini” (Contemporary Copy), original  date 1629, Academia di San Luca (source—Bernini: His Life and His Rome, Mormando).

17. Gianlorenzo Bernini. “Bust of Cardinal Scipione Borghese,” ca. 1632, Rome, Villa Borghese (source—artstor.org)

18. Gianlorenzo Bernini. “Costanza Bonarelli,” ca. 1635, Florence, Museo nazionale del Bargello (source—artstor.org)