Art Sunday #107: Gian Lorenzo Bernini – Apollo and Daphne


Apollo and Daphne is a very graphic sculpture that was created in 1622-1625 by an Italian artist by the name of Gian Lorenzo Bernini. The sculpture shows the immense masterful craftsmanship of Bernini as he painstakingly recreates the apex of the story behind Phoebus and Daphne. A love that is destined never to be, can be no more than an epic tragedy.



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