Donatello: Sculpting the Renaissance exhibition book has arrived
Donatello: Sculpting the Renaissance - official exhibition book (hardback)
This stunning book explores Donatello's extraordinary creativity and practical skills within the vibrant artistic and cultural context of fifteenth-century Italy. Arguably the greatest sculptor of all time, Donatello (c.1386-1466) was at the vanguard of a revolution in sculptural practice in the early Renaissance. Combining ideas from classical and medieval sculpture to create innovative sculptural forms, Donatello had an unparalleled ability to portray emotions in works intended to inspire spiritual devotion.
On the White Road by Edmund de Waal
A limited-edition series of four fine bone china plates designed by renowned ceramicist and writer Edmund de Waal, created in collaboration with the V&A and Wedgwood. Only 150 made.Shop now
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