Sketches in clay for projects by Gian Lorenzo Bernini : theoretical, technical, and case studies (Harvard University Art Museums Bulletin, Spring 1999, Volume VI, Number 3)
Cambridge, MA, Harvard University Art Museums, 1999
(28 cm), 179 (1) pp., illustrations. Publisher’s pictorial wrappers. - Essays by Ivan Gaskell (An economy of seventeenth-century clay sculptors’ models), Colette Czapski Hemingway (Of clay, and the initial stages of sculpture), Henry Lie (Technical studies: rationale and techniques), Eugene F. Farrell, Henry Lie, and Suzanne M.M. Young (Clay analysis), Anthony B. Sigel (The clay modeling techniques of Gian Lorenzo Bernini), Anthony B. Sigel and Eugene F. Farrell (Technical observations and petrographic analysis), Nancy Lloyd (Fingerprints), Kendra Roth (Decorative coatings on the St. Longinus and St. Ambrose modelli), Jennifer Montagu (The Fogg Silence: a Bozzetto by Melchiorre Cafà), Jeannine O’Grady (Bernini’s St. Ambrose for the Cathedra Petri: a model and the metamorphosis of a figure), Mark S. Weil (Bernini drawings and Bozzetti for the Ponte Sant’Angelo: a new look), Colette Czapski Hemingway (Borchini, Félibien, and five angels for the altar of the Blessed Sacrament), Francesca G. Bewer (Bronze casts after Bozzetti and Modelli by Bernini). ¶ Very good, unmarked copy.