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David (Donatello) - Wikipedia


David is the title of two statues of the biblical hero by the Italian early Renaissance sculptor Donatello, an early work in marble of a clothed figure ( 1408-09), and ...

Donatello's David – ItalianRenaissance.org


Information and analysis on Donatello's David, the great bronze nude sculpture commissioned by the Medici family during the Early Renaissance period.

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Donatello, David, bronze, late 1420s to the 1460s, likely the 1440s (Museo Nazionale del Bargello, Florence)

Donatello's David


Probably the most famous example of fifteenth-century sculpture is the bronze David by Donatello. Dates for the work vary from the 1430s to the 1460s.

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No records exist regarding the commission or production of Donatello's David. Nothing is known about its origins; the earliest known reference to the statue was  ...

David by Donatello – Facts & History of the Sculpture - Totally History


David is the name given to two sculptures by the early-Renaissance Italian sculptor, Donatello. In 1408, the artist was tasked to carve a marble statue of David, ...

Donatello's David vs. Michelangelo's David (Answer Key)


Donatello's David vs. Michelangelo's David. Donatello's David. Michelangelo's David. Date: c. 1425-1430. 1501-1504. Period: Early Renaissance.

David by Donatello: Bronze Statue, Bargello Museum, Florence


David by Donatello (1440-43): Renaissance Biblical Statue, Free-standing Male Nude.

David by Donatello


Donatello created two statues depicting David during his career. His very first commissioned work was a marble rendition of the biblical hero created around ...