Describe this representation in your own words. F. Which sculpture least appeals to you? Which sculpture most appeals to you? Why?

Locate these three sculptures in the text: Verrocchio’s David (p. 629, Figure 20-27), Michelangelo’s Piet (p. 658, Figure 21-14), and Bernini’s St. Teresa of vila in Ecstasy (p. 724, Figure 23-1). Address the following areas in the alpha order listed. A. Introduce the sculptures, their sculptors, their precise historical periods, their mediums, their exact sizes, and their years of creation. B. Detailedly compare and contrast the facial features of each figure as well as the human anatomy of each figure in your own words. For example, you might consider the shape and development of heads, hair, noses, mouths, chins, hands, arms, torsos, thighs, and feet. C. Describe the body’s positioning or movement for each figure per sculpture. What apparel (clothing, shoes, and/or accessories) accentuates each sculpture? D. What subject matter is represented per sculpture? E. How is each sculpture representative of the historical period in which it was created?