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Summary Born in Florence, Italy, around Apprenticed early with well known sculptors and learned the Gothic style. He was receiving commissions for his work before he was Known for his style of lifelike, highly emotional sculptures.
Held a reputation that placed him second only to Michelangelo. It was here that Donatello most likely received artistic training from a local goldsmith. Inhe apprenticed with metalsmith and sculptor Lorenzo Ghilberti. A few years later, Donatello assisted Ghilberti in creating the bronze doors for the Baptistery of the Florence Cathedral.
Aroundit is thought that Donatello and Brunelleschi became friends. Early Work Inhe completed the life-sized marble sculpture, David.
The figure follows a gothic style with long graceful lines and an expressionless face. This was very well done but it lacks the emotional style and technique that would mark Donatello's later work. Donatello soon began to develop a style of his own, the figures being much more dramatic and emotional.
Between he sculpted the marble figure St. Inhe completed the marble statue of St John the Evangelist for the cathedral of Florence. Both of these previous works show an abrupt move away from the Gothic style and a more classical technique.
One of a Kind Style Donatello was gaining a reputation for creating larger-than-life figures using innovative techniques and well-developed skills. His style incorporated perspective which allowed the figures to occupy measurable space. Before this time, sculptors used a flat background for the figures.
Donatello drew great inspirations from reality: AroundDonatello entered a partnership with Michelozzoan Italian sculptor and architect. They travelled to Rome, where they created several architectural-sculptural tombs, these innovations would later influence many Florentine tombs.
St George and the dragon: Greatest Work Inthe eminent art patron commissioned Donatello to remake his statue of Davidthis time in bronze. InDonatello was called to the city of Padua by the family of the famous mercenary Erasmo da Narniwho had died earlier that year. InDonatello completed a bronze statue called Gattamelatashowing Erasmo riding a horse in full battle dress, minus a helmet.
Although creating some controversy due to previous equestrian statues being made only for kings and rulers, not mere warriors, this work went on to be the model for other equestrian monuments created in Italy and Europe in the centuries following. Bronze statue of David: In following years, Donatello continued his work taking on commissions from wealthy patrons of the arts.
Due to his lifelong friendship with the Medici family he earned himself a retirement allowance to live on the rest of his life.1 Detrick Session CRE 3/21/15 Reading Midterm Project After I watched the presentation “The conscience of television by Lauren Zalaznick, I thought to myself she could be right about this TV conscience thing.
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