Frontal view looking up into the chapel, depicting the lateral tombs (on the right is the tomb of Bernardino Spada, by Cosimo Fancelli and on the left is Giovanni Spada, by Ercole Ferrate; the other medallions are other members of the Spada family and are by Paolo Naldini and others)
The most remarkable feature of the chapel is the 'altar-rail' formed of two marable angels carrying a heavy piece of drapery - composed of sheets of jasper so ingeniously fitted together that at first sight the 'shroud' seems to be a single solid piece of the material. This is the work of Antonio Giorgetti, a pupil of Bernini. Source: Anthony Blunt, Guide to Baroque Rome, pp 59.
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