Donatello and the Dawn of Renaissance Art
Donatello is one of the first names that comes to mind when we think of Renaissance art. The Italian sculptor pioneered a number of new techniques in his depictions of spirituality, beauty, violence, and sexuality. This book puts the artist’s work into perspective by considering the world’s transition from the Medieval to Renaissance era.
In many ways, Donatello helped define the time he lived in; author Victor Coonin examines the full extent of the sculptor’s contribution to the spirit of the Renaissance in the first monograph in 25 years. Illustrated throughout, this fascinating book shows the sculptor in relation to the greater world and the groundwork he laid for the modern art movement.
|Author||A. Victor Coonin|
|Dimensions||216 mm × 138 mm × 25 mm|
|Illustrations||70 illustrations, 60 in colour|
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