The Gallery of the Academy of Fine Arts, Florence, houses his famous David. You have seen scores of copies and photographs of that one. Below a real treat: These blocks of marble, found in a quarry, had been worked upon by the only sculptor I really like.
An illustration of the hoary cliché that there's a statue locked up in every stone.
The negatives were made in 1978 with a Contax RTS on 35mm Eastmancolor Negative ECNII, which caused me much grief.