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Johann Jakob Kornmann (called Cormano)
ca. 1632
Jacopo [Giacomo] Barozzi da Vignola
ca. 1565–73
Colonna
ca. 1600
Antonio Canova
1804–6
Italian, probably Rome
late 15th century
Italian, probably Rome
ca. 1460
Italian, probably Rome
second half 16th century
Italian, probably Rome
ca. 1820
Michelangelo Buonarroti
ca. 1560–70
probably Italian, Rome
ca. 1503
Andrea Bregno
1491
Giuliano Finelli
1631–32
Gian Lorenzo Bernini
ca. 1616–17
Giovanni Volpato
ca. 1785–95
Alessandro Algardi
second half of the 17th century
Pietro Bernini
1616–17
Antonio Canova
1819–24
Niccolo Michetti
ca. 1715
Mino da Fiesole (Mino di Giovanni)
third quarter 15th century
Italian, Rome
late 16th or early 17th century
Antonio Gentili (Antonio da Faenza)
late 16th century
Peter Anton von Verschaffelt
ca. 1740–50
Giovanni Paolo Panini
1757
Melchiorre Cafà
1667
Luigi Saulini
mid-19th century
Domenico Guidi
1694
Pietro Bernini
1616–17
Philippe Laurent Roland
ca. 1774
Castellani
ca. 1863
Guglielmo della Porta
after 1585
Italian, Rome
ca. 1775–80
Italian, Rome
ca. 1550–60
Giovanni Giardini
ca. 1702
Antonio Canova
probably ca. 1822–23, variant of marble first executed 1810
Alessandro Algardi
second half of the 17th century
Giacomo (Jacob) Ertel
late 17th century
Ludovico del Duca
late 16th century
LIONARDO
ca. 1440
Annibale Carracci
ca. 1504