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Slide List # 2:   Early Renaissance* Sculpture *Early Renaissance =  15th Century, the “Quattrocento”
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1.  Nanni di Banco, Quattro Santi Coronati (Four Crowned Saints), c. 1408-14
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2.  Orsanmichele, Florence, (exterior niches)
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3.  Annunciation & Visitation, Reims, France 1225-90 [Gothic]
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4.  Roman Head, c. 200 AD
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5. Lorenzo Ghiberti, North Doors Baptistery, Florence, 1403-24.   general view) Right: North Doors
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6. Lorenzo Ghiberti,  The Sacrifice of Isaac , Competition Panel for the East Doors of Baptistery,  Florence, 1403-24.  
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7. Andrea Pisano, South Doors, Baptistery, Florence, 1330-35- Overview.  
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8. Brunelleschi, Sacrifice of Isaac, Baptistery, Florence, 1401-02 (competition panel)
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9. Donatello, St. Mark, Orsanmichele, 1411-13 Right: Detail
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10. Polykleitos, Doryphorus, 450-440 BC
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11. Donatello, Zuccone, 1423-25
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Unformatted text preview: 12. Donatello, The Feast of Herod, c. 1425 13. Donatello, Bronze David, c. 1428-32 14. Donatello, Gattamelata, c. 1445-50 (in situ)- Padua 15. Ancient Roman Equestrian Monument of Marcus Aurelius, c. 165 A.D. 16. Ghiberti, East Doors, the so-called “Gates of Paradise,” Baptistery, Florence, 1425-52. Detail of panels of door 17. Lorenzo Ghiberti, Isaac & His Sons, from “Gates of Paradise,” Baptistery, Florence, 1425-52 18. Lorenzo Ghiberti, Story of Joseph, from “Gates of Paradise,” Baptistery, Florence, 1425-52 18 (A). Lorenzo Ghiberti, Story of Joseph, from “Gates of Paradise,” Baptistery, Florence, 1425-52-- Closer View 19 . Della Robbia, Madonna & Child, c. 1455-60 20. Verrocchio, David, c. 1465-70 21. Verrocchio, Bartolomeo Colleoni (called “Il Colleoni,”) c. 1483-88....
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