Da Berlino a Mosca: sculture del Trecento e del Quattrocento, perdute e ritrovate (1945-2016)
Vasily Tastoguev e Neville Rowley
This article is the transcript of a lecture held on 3 May 2016 at the German Institute in Florence. Its director Alessandro Nova had invited the authors to present the six works by Donatello and his circle preserved in the Berlin State Museum until the end of the Second World War, which had since gone missing and had been rediscovered at the Pushkin State Museum, Moscow. Not six objects, but sixty sculptures from the Middle Ages and the Italian Renaissance were presented together on this occasion and are listed here as an appendix.