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Virgin and Child Statue

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Virgin and Child Statue

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Virgin and Child Statue
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Virgin and Child Statue _Designed by ArtInstituteChicago ( http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:81747) _Although frequently described as a humble and austere medium, clay was perennially popular during the Italian Renaissance and could be modeled with notable sophistication. Clay was especially acceptable for finished works of art made in areas where marble or bronze was prohibitively expensive. Once completed, this sculpture was sliced with fine wire into at least four sections, and extremities like the Virgin’s head and hands and the Christ Child were fired separately. After firing, these elements were reassembled and painted. The Virgin and Child appears to be the work of an artist trained in Tuscany with some knowledge of the sculpture of Donatello and his partner Michelozzo.
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SKU 10000688
Length [mm] 41.84
Width [mm] 24.65
Height [mm] 120
Volume [cm³] 48.77
Area [cm²] 119.36