stojadinovic: “ femalebeautyinart: “ The Ecstasy of Saint Theresa Gian Lorenzo Bernini 1652 ” Saint Teresa of Ávila, a nun and a mystic, describes in her autobiography “The Life of Teresa of Jesus” her experience of religious ecstasy in her encounter.
Benvenuto Cellini’s 1545 bronze sculpture of Perseus and the head of Medusa on a square base with bronze relief panels is located in the Loggia dei Lanzi of the Piazza della Signoria in Florence, Italy.
TERESA OF AVILA IN ECTASY Cornaro chapel, church of Santa Maria della Vittoria, Rome. Teresa of Ávila was canonized 20 years earlier. This image displays the right side balcony- portrait sculptures of the the Cornaro family.
Could be the interior of the Governor's Hall in Parus. ((Interior of the Pantheon, an ancient Roman temple built in honor of Roman gods. Constructed of concrete, it features a large dome with an oculus of meters ft) in diameter.