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Verrocchio’s David Restored Video and Teacher Resources

Educators can use these lesson resources created in conjunction with Verrocchio’s David Restored: A Renaissance Bronze from the National Museum of the Bargello, Florence, an exhibition at the High Museum of Art from November 18, 2003 though February 8, 2004.

Please see the video, legacy Flash site, and downloadable teacher resources below.

Andrea del Verocchio's bronze sculpture of David.

VIDEO: Verocchio’s David Restored

Verrocchio’s David at the High travels back in time to Renaissance Italy where Verrocchio created his bronze statue of David.

After centuries of neglect, this masterpiece has been fully restored to its original glory. You’ll find out how Atlanta became the first city in America to see this great work of art.

Explore the interactive David website*

*To view this legacy Flash site’s full features, you must use a browser that still supports Flash, including Mozilla Firefox or Internet Explorer (check the add-ons and plugins settings to make sure that Shockwave Flash is activated).

Downloadable Teacher Resources