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Donatello

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Biographies

 

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Gregorio L

 

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January 25, 2017

 

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Donatello started sculpting at the age of 20 and later became a humanist. He did not marry and had no children. He died in Florence at the age of eighty in 1466. Most of his well-known masterpieces were created in Florence. Three periods of Donatello’s life show how important he was to the Renaissance: the first period is influenced by Gothic sculpture, the second period is characterized by the reliance on the models and principles of the sculpture of antiquity, and the third period emphasized realism and the portrayal of character and the dramatic action...
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Donatello was a realist. Most of Donatellos masterpieces are located in Florence. Some of the masterpieces include: St. Peter, St. Mark, Zuccone, St. George and the Dragon, St. John the Evangelist, Magdalen, and Angel with a Tambourine. Some other fine pieces of work are: Herod's Feast, St. Louis of Toulouse, St...
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