move around the work. As we move, the views of the work change drastically.
As you can see, the works sculpted by Donatello, Verrocchio, Michelangelo and Bernini differed drastically. Donatello presented David as a young boy who seemed incapable and amazed at his feat. Verrocchio"s David, although an adolescent, appears somewhat older and has more self-confidence than Donatello"s David. Michelangelo"s David has just reached manhood and is capable of great physical feats, like defeating Goliath. Finally, Bernini"s David is a full grown man. He, like Michelangelo"s David, also appears to be strong, brave and gifted enough to slaughter Goliath.