Comparison of Three Sculptures ART 101

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Running head: COMPARISON OF THREE SCULPTURES 1 Comparison of Three Sculptures Sherry Donath Henninger ART 101 April 29, 2011 Jeff Lyttle
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COMPARISON OF THREE SCULPTURES 2 Comparison of Three Sculptures Donatello’s David is of a young boy, not very muscular and the way he is standing almost looks how a woman would stand. David does not seem very excited about winning against Goliath. He looks like it was all in a day’s work and that he is admiring himself. This David was also the first freestanding sculpture since antiquity. Fig 1 Donatello 1425-30 David Bronze, height 62 ¼ in Museo Nazionale del Bargello, Florence, Italy Fig 2 Michelangelo 1501-1504 David Marble, height 13ft 5in Galleria dell’Accademia, Florence, Italy Michelangelo’s David is probably the most famous of all the David’s that were created. Michelangelo went into great detail of the human form like the veins in the
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COMPARISON OF THREE SCULPTURES 3 hands, the six-pack abs, and the muscle tone. This David seems to just want to be
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