Study of Donatello's bronze statue of David
- Art Funded
- 29 x 22.2 cm
- Bequeathed by
- Andrew S F Gow through The Art Fund
Donatello's bronze David in in the Bargello in Florence. The verso depicts a study of a horse's head perhaps after a classical sculpture like the flying Horses of Tarquinia and a study of the neck and shoulder of a male. A drawing from a collection of works which also includes studies of nudes, dancers, horses, and portrait studies of Therese Degas and Jules Perrot Debal.
Degas family; Hotel Drouot sale 1950; Marlborough Gallery, London, 1952; Professor Andrew Gow.
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