In the 15th century Luca della Robbia was admired and ranked among the most innovative and expressive artists of the time, along with Donatello, Masaccio, Ghiberti, and Brunelleschi. Known for a glazing technique that allowed for brilliant opaque whites and deep cerulean blues, della Robbia produced sculptures that retain their original colors and shine and have immense emotional appeal. Learn more about this fascinating artist and explore ways of incorporating this special exhibition into your history or visual arts curriculum.