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Donatello – David


Around 1440, the Florentine artist Donatello created one of the most innovative sculptures of the Renaissance: His David. In it, a male nude is represented for the first time since antiquity and bronze is used in the Renaissance in a standing unsupported sculpture. The work represents the shepherd David, naked except for his hat and boots, with one foot on the head of the defeated giant Goliath. This biblically inspired work popularized the character of David, who became the ideal of masculine beauty and a representation of the victory of good over evil.

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