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All the sculpture of Donatello. [Text] by Luigi Grassi. Translated by Paul Colacicchi.

By: Donatello, 1386?-1466.
Contributor(s): Grassi, Luigi, 1913-.
Material type: TextTextSeries: Complete library of world art: v. 23-24.Publisher: New York, Hawthorn Books [1964]Copyright date: ©1964Description: 2 volumes (147 pages, 224 plates (4 color)) illustrations 18 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeSubject(s): Donatello, 1386?-1466Additional physical formats: Online version:: All the sculpture of Donatello.DDC classification: 730.924 Summary: Donatello never ceased experimenting, even in his last sculptures, and Professor Grassi discusses some of the implicatins of his new expression. A complete index of the artist's work by location, a discussion of lost and attributed works, and selections form criticism throughout various periods complete the presentation of all of Donatello's sculpture.
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"Bibliographical note": volume 2, pages 143-147.

Donatello never ceased experimenting, even in his last sculptures, and Professor Grassi discusses some of the implicatins of his new expression. A complete index of the artist's work by location, a discussion of lost and attributed works, and selections form criticism throughout various periods complete the presentation of all of Donatello's sculpture.

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