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Donatello

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Donatello by Brooklyn Lee Donatello was born: 1386, Florence, Italy
and died: December 13th, 1466, Florence Italy. Donatello had early artistic training in a goldsmith's workshop, then later became an apprentice of Lorenzo Ghiberti. Lorenzo Lorenzo when he turned 17 he worked on bronze reliefs
of the doors of the Florentine Baptistery Donatello's father was Nicolo di Betto Bardi, who was part of the Florentine Wool combers Guild. His mother was unknown. Donatello He did not marry or have any children. Accomplishments David David was the first nude statue of the renaissance. it was finished in bronze and 158cm in height. David was commissioned by the Medici family and placed in the center of the courtyard at the Medici palace in Florence Mary Magdalene Mary Magdalene was a wooden sculpture made from white poplar. It stands 188cm tall and is located in Museo dell' Opera del Duomo, Florence. Gattameta Gattameta is a bronze masterpiece done by Donatello, which is portrayed in life size. Its location is at Piazza Del Santo, Padua, Italy Zuccone Zuccone was known for its realism and naturalism. It was done in marble and is 195cm. Zuccone was said to be Donatello's favorite piece. Donatello's Legacy Donatello had a large impact on Art and Artists of the Renaissance. He created the shallow relief technique which means the sculpture looks deep but is actually finished on a very shallow plane. Also, he made the first bronze sculpture which influenced other sculptors to use different materials. The End David David was the first nude statue of the Renaissance. It was made from bronze and is 158cm tall. David was commissioned by the Medici family and placed in the center of the courtyard of the Medici Palace in Florence. Mary Magdalene Mary was a wooden sculpture made from white poplar that stands 188cm tall. It is located in Museo dell opera del duomo, Florence The End
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