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February 2015
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This book takes a new look at the interpretations of, and the historical information surrounding, Michelangelo's David. New documentary materials discovered by Rolf Bagemihl add to the early history of the stone block that became the David and provide an identity for the painted terracotta colossus that stood on the cathedral buttresses for which Michelangelo's statue was to be a companion. The David, with its placement at the Palazzo della Signoria, was deeply implicated in the civic history of Florence, where public nakedness played a ritual role in the military and in the political lives of its people. This book, then, places the David not only within the artistic history of Florence and its monuments but also within the popular culture of the period as well.

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'Michelangelo’s David is a valuable link in an ongoing chain of Michelangelo studies, and a detailed study of the extended history and ambiguity of the statue’s historical, civic, political, and Christian connotations …'

Joost Joustra Source: Oxford Art Journal

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Bibliography

This is a selected bibliography pertaining to the material covered in the text. Any attempt at a complete bibliography on Michelangelo and his work would have burdened this list beyond usefulness. Books and articles cited repeatedly in the notes are included here and are abbreviated in the notes by the author’s (and editor’s) name and a publication date if relevant. Books and articles cited only once are not included here but in the notes.

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