Donatello Due, Master of the Renaissance, in our Era

Recorded Wednesday, March 13, 2024

In interpreting the spirit of the changing environment where he lived, Donatello left a legacy of timeless, eloquent inspiration. Future artists learned from, then incorporated, the epic and pathos in the Florentine Master’s body of work with their own interpretation of humanistic motives. Giuliana Koch highlights the art of selected sculptors who benefited from Donatello’s legacy and credited the master for their own inspiration, technical skills and passion for details.

Koch holds a doctorate from the University of Florence in Contemporary Italian and Comparative Literature. Her family dates back to the 14th century in Florence.