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    this is an Artist.” (Quotations, SearchQuotes.com. "Donatello Artist Quotes." SearchQuotes. Web. 06 May 2017.) Donato di Niccolò di Betto Bardi was a very famous Renaissance Sculptor that goes by the nickname Donatello, that was chosen by his family and friends. In the 15th century Florence, Italy wasn’t unified like it is today with other cities but during this time Florence was a city-state like Milan and Venice. The Florence republic was different from other republics because of how it limited power to the nobility so no one would have governmental control over Florence although the Medici family had some political control because of how wealthy and rich they were. Donatello was very influential to other artist like Michelangelo because of the…

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    Donatello Renaissance What's your favorite movie? Mine is the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and if you’re a big fan you should know that the they were anthropomorphic turtles named after Renaissance Italian finest artists. These artist were known for sculptures. These fine artists were Leonardo, Raphael, Michelangelo, and my favorite Donatello. The renaissance, which means rebirth” has taken place around the 1350 through 1550 and spread through southern France and Spain. The renaissance was…

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    Donatello was born in 1386 in Florence italy. he died from a disease on December 14th 1466 in Florence as well. the renaissance artist I picked was Donatello well at least that’s what he went by. his real name was Donato di niccolo di betto bardi they called him Donatello for short. because I mean who would want to say that every time hey Donato di niccolo di betto bardi pass me the salt. by time you got done saying his name dinner would be over . But I chose him because his sculptures are…

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    Donatello is a italian sculptor he was one of the greatest Florentine sculptor before Michelangelo.Also he was one of the very most intelligent and good learning individuals artist of the 15th century in Italy. In his childhood he was born in Florence,Italy, sometime in 1386. He had the nickname “Donatello”. He died in Florence at 80 years old on December 13,1466 AD cause of death is undetermined . He made a brave effort to fend Rocksteady and Bebop.He had help from…

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    did amazing paintings. Donatello was different; he did sculpting and made some of the world’s most beautiful sculptures. His early years were when he got all his training and learned the true art of sculpting. At his mid-point of his life, Donatello made most of his famous sculptures at this time. His final days were spent still making sculptures until he passed away. When you combine all the information of his early, middle and late years, you have a spectacular story of Donatello. Donatello…

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    The statue of David has inspired many renowned artists throughout art history maintaining the continuity of the story of David and Goliath. Four of such artists are Donatello, Verrocchio, and Michelangelo during the Renaissance period; and Bernini in the Baroque period. Each transformation of David is rendered in a distinctly different sculpture of the same subject reflecting each of the artist’s own style and time period in comparison. The inspiration of the subject matter is David; the…

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    Donatello is known for his ability to sculpt images to life. Many of his best known works are images or people synonymous with religious attributes from the Bible. His ability to work in different mediums has brought him through the ages to be known as one of the greatest Renaissance Era sculptors. His chosen subjects to sculpt are clarified when you begin to dig into his beginnings as an artist and the source of his motivation. Some well-known works of art I intend to explore by investigating…

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    Donatello Donato di Niccolo di Betto Bardi or Donatello was an early Renaissance sculptor from Florence, Italy. He is known for his statues of religious figures. Early Life Donatello was born in Florence, Italy in 1386. He was educated in the house of the Martelli Family for most of his early life. He started artistic training in an goldsmith’s workshop, then worked briefly with Lorenzo Ghiberti, a early Renaissance artist. Donatello then studied and worked with Filippo Brunelleschi in Rome…

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    is called David and was created in bronze by Italian Renaissance sculptor Donatello. Sculpted around 1446-1460, at 5ft 2 inches, it is the first life-size, freestanding nude created in over a 1000 years. David is currently at the Museo Nazionale del Bargello in Florence, Italy. The title of the second work of art is called David and was sculpted from an 18ft marble block by the artist and poet Michelangelo. The final product measures at 17ft without the pedestal and is currently at the Galleria…

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    The body was such as a path to corruption, so it was not something to celebrate. In the movement of the early Italian Renaissance, Donatello made the first free-standing nude sculpture since classical antiquity. This was quite an achievement for sculptor Donatello because it was the return to ancient Greece and Rome 's love of the body and the sculpture itself showed the respect for the body. The position of David is the position of contrapasso; it is a relaxed figure with a sense of movement.…

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