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The decoration of the Pauline Chapel: with reference to the works of Giovanni Baglione

@inproceedings{McElroy2012TheDO,
  title={The decoration of the Pauline Chapel: with reference to the works of Giovanni Baglione},
  author={Samantha Anne McElroy},
  year={2012}
}
The decoration of the Pauline Chapel: with reference to the works of Giovanni Baglione examines the carefully considered role Catholic art played in the doctrinal battle during the later Counter Reformation period of the early seventeenth century. The frame for this discussion is the frescoes Giovanni Baglione contributed to the Pauline Chapel in the Basilica of S. Maria Maggiore in Rome built by Pope Paul V (1605-1621). Baglione’s frescoes are discussed to challenge the previous labels… Expand

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