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Written by Anne R. King, Columbus, Georgia

Content editing was provided by Gary M. Radke, Syracuse University, New York, Guest Curator for the High Museum of Art

Designed by Melia Design Group, Atlanta, Georgia

Coordinated by J. Marshall Adams, Head of School Programs, High Museum of Art, Atlanta, Georgia

This website is made possible through the generous support of The UPS Foundation.

Verrocchio's David Restored: A Renaissance Bronze from the National Museum of the Bargello, Florence is organized by the High Museum of Art in collaboration with the National Museum of the Bargello, Florence.


Generous support is provided by Worldspan, L.P.

Support for conservation provided by Progetto Cittá and Steinhauslin Bank.

Additional support is provided by the Samuel H. Kress Foundation

The High Museum of Art's Department of Education is supported in part by a generous bequest from the estate of Eleanor McDonald Storza. The Goizueta Foundation, the Annie E. Casey Foundation, The UPS Foundation, and the Arthur M. Blank Family Foundation provide support for student and teacher initiatives. Additional support is provided by the Vera A. Milner Memorial Endowment for Children's Exhibitions.

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