Donatello, "Saint Mark", 1411-1413, H:236.2cm, Marble, Or San Michele, Florence, Italy. Commissioned by the guild of linen drapers. Donatello reintroduced the use of contrapposto to the early Renaissance. The display of weight shift and movement of the body is shown through the sculpture's slightly bent knees and relaxed posture. By sculpting the clothes with a wet drapery effect not only makes the cloth look like its hanging naturally but enhances the movement created with the body.