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    Michelangelo

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    was a once in a lifetime experience where I fell in love with the gorgeous architect and beautiful paintings by one of the most admired artists‚ Michelangelo. Michelangelo was known throughout his years as one of the best. He was ordered to not only paint the Sistine Chapel‚ but also to make Pope Julius II tomb. For almost three years‚ Michelangelo painted these most significant artworks on the ceiling and west wall behind the altar. The ceiling portrays occasions and persons from the Old Testament

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    Michelangelo

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    Michelangelo Buonarroti‚ the greatest of the Italian Renaissance artists‚ was born on March 6‚ 1475‚ in the small village of Caprese (Today‚ Caprese is known as Caprese Michelangelo or Tuscany‚ Italy). Michelangelo grew up in Florence‚ Italy. His Father was a government administrator and his Mother died when he was only six years old. After the death of his mother Michelangelo lived with a stone cutter and his family in the town of Settignano‚ where his father owned a marble quarry and small farm

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    Michelangelo

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    Michelangelo and Donatello Art is one of the most important things which has been played big rule in human life since humanity has excited. It can be a reflection of one’s idea brought into the world through painting‚ drawing‚ photography‚ sculpture‚ and many other ways. In my opinion‚ art is the reflection of artist personality and vision about his or her surroundings .Michelangelo and Donatello were the most respected and inspiring artists of their time which showed humanism in their

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    Michelangelo

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    Assortment of Michelangelo’s oeuvres Some know of him‚ some praise him‚ some confuse him with another. A Renaissance man and an appreciator of the Classical and Hellenistic Greek styles‚ Michelangelo Buonarroti is the man of his century. Unlike many other artists of his similar day and time‚ Michelangelo was born into a reasonable state in the community of Caprese in Italy. His father‚ Lodovico di Lionardo Buonarroti Simoni‚ documented his birth as the 6th of March 1475‚ a few hours before dawn

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    On March 6‚ Michelangelo was brought into this world by his mother‚ Francesca di Neri del Miniato di Siena‚ and his father‚ Ludovico di Leonardo Buonarroti Simoni‚ in Caprese‚ Italy in 1475. His mother pasted away in 1481‚ when he was just six years old; during that time‚ he was placed with a family of stonecutters. At the age of 13‚ he engaged to the Florentine painter’s workshop because he had no interest in what his family’s business was. There he was introduced to the painter Domenico Ghirlandaio

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    Michelangelo Buonarroti

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    Michelangelo Buonarroti Michelangelo Buonarroti was born in 1475. He was born in a small town called Caprese‚ in Tuscany‚ Italy. Michelangelo was one of the most famous artists of the Italian Renaissance. According to Charles de Tolnay Michelangelo ’s three greatest works of his later life‚ were the Tomb of Pope Julius II‚ the Sistine Chapel ceiling‚ and the Medici Chapel(37). Michelangelo ’s specialty was painting the human body unclothed. In order to learn to paint the human body so well

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    Michelangelo Pieta

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    Evan O’Meara September 18‚ 2012 Humanities Seminar WF 11:30 Prof. Lomanno The Beauty of Pietá Michelangelo Buonarroti is one of the most critically acclaimed artists in human history. His artwork was created during the time of the Renaissance (15th century-17th century Europe). The Renaissance was a period of prosperity for literature‚ philosophy‚ art‚ music‚ politics‚ science‚ religion‚ as well as other aspects of intellectual inquiry. Michelangelo’s works have stood the test of time and

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    Michelangelo Dbq

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    many great Renaissance artists such as Leonardo‚ Raphael‚ Michelangelo‚ Donatello‚ and many others but the greatest of these is Michelangelo. He was great at painting‚ sculpting‚ architecture‚ and poetry. He also had famous sculptures and paintings. The first reason why Michelangelo is the greatest Renaissance artist is that he was great at many things. In the Michelangelo DBQ it states‚ “painter‚ sculptor‚ architect‚ and poet Michelangelo was was a master of them all.” This shows his individualism

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    Biography of Michelangelo

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    Michelangelo Buonarrati Alex Moir/3-15-00 Per.3/Mr. Mikulec The typical stereotype of artists of the past‚ is a lonely‚ tormented outsider‚ who creates his art through his pain and anguish. Well Michelangelo was just that. In fact the stereotype is modeled after him. He was an unsociable loner who didn’t have many friends‚ lovers‚ or even assistants to help him. His temper and rudeness drove others away from him and kept him lonely. However‚ even though he was not the most likeable or

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    MICHELANGELO and Religion

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    Michelangelo showing his religion Michelangelo painted frescoes on the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel‚ and made a sculptor of David. Both the painting and the sculptor point to the great deal knowledge Michelangelo has of the Bible. On the Sistine Chapel’s ceiling he painted scenes from the book of Genesis‚ and David the person comes from the first Book of Samuel. Michelangelo has background with the Christian Church and did many sculptures and painting for the church. The religious influence of

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