Religious Famous Bronze St John Lateran statues
Huge statues of the Twelve Apostles (St. Paul replacing St. Matthias), lined in the nave of the Basilica San Giovanni (St. John Lateran) in Lateran, were created by Pope Clement XI between 1704 and 1718. The statues were created by a number of sculptors, each of whom was given a sketch of a painting by the Pope’s favorite painter Carlo Marata (1625-1713), which they had to follow. If you like these St John Lateran status, welcome to contact us.
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