The Mind's Road to God: A Recorded Commission for Paolo Cavaceppi

Minor, Vernon Hyde
September 1983
Art Bulletin;Sep83, Vol. 65 Issue 3, p485
Academic Journal
Analyzes the sculptures and paintings of artist Paulo Cavaceppi during the 18th century. His contributions to the restoration of the Vatican Museum and the antiquities for princely families of Rome, Italy; Description of his marble sculptures, 'Faith' and 'Wisdom'; Religious themes of his works.


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