David (Donatello)

David is the title of two statues of the biblical hero David by the Italian Early Renaissance sculptor Donatello. They consist of an early work in marble of a clothed figure (1408–09), and a far more famous bronze figure that is nude except for helmet and boots, and dates to the 1440s or later. Both are now in the Museo Nazionale del Bargello in Florence.

Donatello, the bronze David (1440s?), Bargello Florence, h.158 cm
3-D model of the bronze statue (click to rotate)

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