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In conjunction with the exhibition Bernini: Sculpting in Clay (on view October 3, 2012–January 6, 2013), Tod Marder, Professor II, Department of Art History, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, outlines the methods Bernini used to design and construct the fountains in Piazza Navona in Rome. Marder also discusses how Bernini's use of models helped him gain valuable commissions and ensure that his fountains would be accurately constructed.
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Charles III of Spain, as Protector of the Royal Academy of Mexico
Pendant of a rosary
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This artwork is not on display
Marking:  crowned M, in reserve (Mexico City)
F C D A, in rectangle (assayer's mark [fiel contraste]) Antonio Forcada y la Plaza
 Flying eagle (tax mark)
Location of marks:
Underneath rim of base.
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