On the Pedestal of Bernini's Bust of the Savior

Lavin, Irving
September 1978
Art Bulletin;Sep78, Vol. 60 Issue 3, p548
Academic Journal
Examines the sculpture 'Bust of the Savior,' by Gian Lorenzo Bernini. Description of the bust; Use of drapery in the sculpture; Information on the polygonal base held by the angels in the sculpture.


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