Andrea della Robbia (1435-1525) was Luca's nephew and pupil, and Andrea's sons continued the family business, inheriting the formula for the vitreous terracotta glaze.
The blue and white medallions of foundling children (1463-1466) on the Ospedale degli lnnocenti, Florence, are well known. Many later works are more elaborate and highly coloured, such as the frieze in 1522 on the facade of the Ospedale del Ceppo, Pistoia.
Why is Andrea della Robbia famous?
Andrea della Robbia was an Italian Renaissance sculptor.