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    8.75" x 5.75" Luca della Robbia (1399/1400–1482) was an Italian stone sculptor from Florence who became famous for his glazed terracotta roundels. After developing his signature technique in the early 1440s, he moved away from his stone sculptures working mostly with terracotta, and passed the technique on to his nephew Andrea della Robbia and great-nephew Giovanni della Robbia. Our Della Robbias are made in Firenze (Florence) and are modeled after the highly sought-after style that Luca della Robbia made famous.
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    11" round Luca della Robbia (1399/1400–1482) was an Italian stone sculptor from Florence who became famous for his glazed terracotta roundels. After developing his signature technique in the early 1440s, he moved away from his stone sculptures working mostly with terracotta, and passed the technique on to his nephew Andrea della Robbia and great-nephew Giovanni della Robbia. Our Della Robbias are made in Firenze (Florence) and are modeled after the highly sought-after style that Luca della Robbia made famous.
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    Della Robbia Arch

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    16'' long by 11'' wide (at base) x 9.5'' wide (at arch) Luca della Robbia (1399/1400–1482) was an Italian stone sculptor from Florence who became famous for his glazed terracotta roundels. After developing his signature technique in the early 1440s, he moved away from his stone sculptures working mostly with terracotta, and passed the technique on to his nephew Andrea della Robbia and great-nephew Giovanni della Robbia. Our Della Robbias are made in Firenze (Florence) and are modeled after the highly sought-after style that Luca della Robbia made famous.
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    24"D Madonna and Child The Italian Renaissance was a time of artistic re-birth and innovation which has yet to be repeated. One of these innovations was made by the sculptor Lucca della Robbia of Florence. He discovered and perfected the technique of glazing terracotta and applied it to his already famous reliefs of Madonna and Child. What resulted was instant success for his work, and a ceramic dynasty still alive in Italy today. Want to read more about the Della Robbia story? Check out our blog post!
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