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Giuliano Finelli (1601–1653) was an Italian Baroque sculptor who emerged from the workshop of Bernini. He was born in Carrara to a family of marble masons in a town associated with mining of the stone, and he initially trained with Michelangelo Naccherino. He was active in Bernini's studio for a few years, but he broke with Bernini in 1629, when he felt slighted by the awarding of the choice commission of a Saint Helena statue for the crossing of St Peter's to Andrea Bolgi. He is also purported to have also been slighted by failure to be recognized as the detail master behind the Apollo and Daphne statue of Bernini. For some time, he found occasional work, often with the support of Pietro da Cortona.

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  • Giuliano Finelli (1601–1653) was an Italian Baroque sculptor who emerged from the workshop of Bernini. He was born in Carrara to a family of marble masons in a town associated with mining of the stone, and he initially trained with Michelangelo Naccherino. He was active in Bernini's studio for a few years, but he broke with Bernini in 1629, when he felt slighted by the awarding of the choice commission of a Saint Helena statue for the crossing of St Peter's to Andrea Bolgi. He is also purported to have also been slighted by failure to be recognized as the detail master behind the Apollo and Daphne statue of Bernini. For some time, he found occasional work, often with the support of Pietro da Cortona. The difference between the two sculptors, Bernini and Finelli, was slight. Finelli is highly meticulous about carving tiny details, a focus which often seems to drain from the greater emotion of the piece. The prolific Bernini was less conscious of lacy frillery in dress, and more centered on the psychology. The contrast can be seen in their portraits of a common patron, Cardinal Scipione Borghese. Bernini's portrait is animated, while Finelli's is more sober and has a slight downgaze. He also completed the image of Cardinal Giulio Antonio Santorio (c. 1630) at San Giovanni in Laterano. Within a few years of leaving the employ of Bernini, Finelli left for Naples with his pupil and nephew, Domenico Guidi. He is known best for a number of portraits and statues in the Chapel of San Gennaro and in the Cathedral of Naples. In Naples, he had to compete with the sculptor Cosimo Fanzago for commissions. Finelli died in Rome in 1653 of reasons unknown. (en)
  • Giuliano Finelli (Carrara, 1602 - Roma, 1653) fue un escultor italiano del barroco iniciado en la escuela de Gian Lorenzo Bernini. (es)
  • Giuliano Finelli (né à Carrare vers 1601/1603 et mort à Rome le 16 août 1653. La date de naissance du 12 novembre 1602, proposée par Passeri (1772) n'est attestée par aucune preuve documentaire.) est un sculpteur italien baroque issu de l'atelier du Bernin. (fr)
  • Giuliano Finelli (Carrara, 1602 – Roma, 16 agosto 1653) è stato uno scultore italiano barocco cresciuto alla scuola di Gian Lorenzo Bernini. (it)
  • Джулиано Финелли (итал. Giuliano Finelli; 1602, Каррара — 16 августа 1653, Рим) — итальянский скульптор эпохи барокко, школы Джованни Лоренцо Бернини. (ru)
  • Giuliano Finelli, född 12 november 1602 i Carrara, död 16 augusti 1653 i Rom, var en italiensk skulptör under barocken. (sv)
  • Джуліано Фінеллі (італ. Giuliano Finelli 1601—1653) — італійський скульптор доби бароко, працював в римській майстерні Лоренцо Берніні. (uk)
  • Giuliano Finelli (Carrara, 1601 – Roma, 16 de agosto de 1653) foi um escultor italiano do movimento Barroco. Era um dos aprendizes no estúdio de Bernini. (pt)
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  • Giuliano Finelli (Carrara, 1602 - Roma, 1653) fue un escultor italiano del barroco iniciado en la escuela de Gian Lorenzo Bernini. (es)
  • Giuliano Finelli (né à Carrare vers 1601/1603 et mort à Rome le 16 août 1653. La date de naissance du 12 novembre 1602, proposée par Passeri (1772) n'est attestée par aucune preuve documentaire.) est un sculpteur italien baroque issu de l'atelier du Bernin. (fr)
  • Giuliano Finelli (Carrara, 1602 – Roma, 16 agosto 1653) è stato uno scultore italiano barocco cresciuto alla scuola di Gian Lorenzo Bernini. (it)
  • Джулиано Финелли (итал. Giuliano Finelli; 1602, Каррара — 16 августа 1653, Рим) — итальянский скульптор эпохи барокко, школы Джованни Лоренцо Бернини. (ru)
  • Giuliano Finelli, född 12 november 1602 i Carrara, död 16 augusti 1653 i Rom, var en italiensk skulptör under barocken. (sv)
  • Джуліано Фінеллі (італ. Giuliano Finelli 1601—1653) — італійський скульптор доби бароко, працював в римській майстерні Лоренцо Берніні. (uk)
  • Giuliano Finelli (Carrara, 1601 – Roma, 16 de agosto de 1653) foi um escultor italiano do movimento Barroco. Era um dos aprendizes no estúdio de Bernini. (pt)
  • Giuliano Finelli (1601–1653) was an Italian Baroque sculptor who emerged from the workshop of Bernini. He was born in Carrara to a family of marble masons in a town associated with mining of the stone, and he initially trained with Michelangelo Naccherino. He was active in Bernini's studio for a few years, but he broke with Bernini in 1629, when he felt slighted by the awarding of the choice commission of a Saint Helena statue for the crossing of St Peter's to Andrea Bolgi. He is also purported to have also been slighted by failure to be recognized as the detail master behind the Apollo and Daphne statue of Bernini. For some time, he found occasional work, often with the support of Pietro da Cortona. (en)
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  • Giuliano Finelli (es)
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  • Giuliano Finelli (fr)
  • Giuliano Finelli (it)
  • Giuliano Finelli (pt)
  • Финелли, Джулиано (ru)
  • Giuliano Finelli (sv)
  • Джуліано Фінеллі (uk)
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