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cover of book depicting Roman baroque sculptures of men and children in wall
"Why François du Quesnoy Should Have Dy’d Mad”: A consideration of Roman baroque sculptors’ intentions.

When executing their works, Roman baroque sculptors took into account both the placement of the finished object — in niches, above eye level, or on the sidewalls of chapels — and the available light. The lecture discusses how the artists adapted their art to fit a specific site, and how it should be seen.


Jennifer Montagu, Honorary Fellow, The Warburg Institute, London

Foreword by Colin B. Bailey


The Council of The Frick Collection Lecture Series, The Frick Collection, 2007

Softcover, 46 pages, color illustrations
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