I pass this church, set back off the street on via Napoleone III just next to Piazza Vittorio, every day on the tram. The other day I decided to take a photo of the beautiful sculpture of the Madonna and child that stands in front. I have no idea who sculpted it and I had no idea the name of the church, but as one knows in Rome, it doesn’t need to be famous to be beautiful. A quick search on google told me that it was the church of Sant’Eusebio. What I enjoyed most about the sculpture was the smooth and silky texture achieved, which caused the light to bounce off the figures in a striking way. I hope you enjoy it as well!