Daniel M. Zolli is an assistant professor of art history at the Pennsylvania State University and a specialist on Renaissance sculpture.
He is best known as the pupil of Donatello and teacher of Michelangelo, but the Florentine sculptor has more than enough accomplishments of his own
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