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Unmissable: Donatello – Sculpting the Renaissance, at the V&A, reviewed

11 February 2023

9:00 AM

11 February 2023

9:00 AM

‘Donatello is the real hero of Florentine sculpture’, so Antony Gormley has proclaimed (hugely though he admires Michelangelo). It’s hard to disagree. But the full range of his work is hard to see, spread out as it is on altars and tombs through Florence and elsewhere in Italy. This makes Donatello: Sculpting the Renaissance at the V&A an unmissable treat.

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