Among the most remarkable works is the altar sculpture of St. Cecilia by the late-Renaissance sculptor Stefano Maderno. This statue is like in a theatric scene, a naturalistic representation of a dead or dying saint. It is striking, because it precedes by decades the similar high-Baroque sculptures of Gian Lorenzo Bernini (for example, his Beata Ludovica Albertoni) and Melchiorre Caffà (Santa Rosa de Lima). The church outside has a beautiful inner garden with a small fountain.
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