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Running head: DAVID VS. DAVID 1 David vs. David Kim Morton Art/101 January 5, 2011 Susan Woodward
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DAVID VS. DAVID 2 David vs. David There are different styles of the three different David’s, and they range from early Renaissance to Baroque. I find it amazing what Michelangelo, Bernini, and Donatello sculpted out of David the Jewish Sheppard and the one to beat his enemy. To start out, I will be explaining each of these artists and how they chose to sculpt their statues. To end this, I will be discussing it as a whole. Michelangelo’s statue is made of marble and stands 14 feet and three inches. This statue showed a high degree of skill and if you look at the statue you can see that one of the legs has most of the weight on it and he actually didn’t even invent this pose. The Greeks came up with the pose because they idealized their subjects, which with heroism of David before the battle considering the strategic sense of the battle is this pose. You can see that the way the statue was
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David vs. David - Running head: DAVID VS. DAVID 1 David vs....

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