Sculpting with Color in Renaissance Florence
In the 15th century, Luca della Robbia (1399/1400–1482) invented a glazing technique for sculpture characterised by brilliant opaque whites and deep cerulean blues. Luca shared the secrets of his technique with his nephew and principal collaborator Andrea della Robbia, who in turn passed them on to his sons Giovanni, Luca the Younger, Marco, Francesco, and Girolamo. Read more.
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