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What can a single sheet of paper reveal about the complex life of an artistic genius like Michelangelo Buonarroti? William Wallace, an art historian and author of Michelangelo: The Artist, the Man, and his Times, reveals how documents - including one extremely rare document in Washington University's own library - provide a window into Michelangelo's life and art.This episode was originally released in April 2016. Transcript:Claire Navarro: Hello, and thank you for listening to Hold That…
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O teto da Capela Sistina é constituído por um extenso afresco, concebido por Michelangelo entre 1508 e 1512. O trabalho, feito a pedido do papa Júlio II, é considerado não só um marco da pintura da Alta Renascença, mas também uma das mais famosas obras da história da arte e um dos maiores tesouros da Santa Sé.
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The immediate occasion for the chapel was the deaths of the two young family heirs (named Giuliano and Lorenzo after their forebears) in 1516 and 1519. Michelangelo gave his chief attention up to 1527 to the marble interior of this chapel, to both the very original wall design and the carved figures on the tombs; the latter are an extension in organic form of the dynamic shapes of the wall details. The result is the fullest existing presentation of Michelangelo’s intentions. Windows…
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Fun fact, Michelangelo's David has weak ankles. Cracks have formed over the last 500 years and it's in serious trouble if an earthquake hits Florence. Scary to think that something frequently held up as an exemplar of culture might be vulnerable is pretty alarming. In David's Ankles, New York Times' Sam Anderson probes
The masterful statue of David by Michelangelo is honestly a must-see in Florence. It is truly an incredible piece of art in a stunning setting, but that also means that pretty much everyone else visiting Florence also wants to see the sculpture. Luckily, you can buy tickets ahead of time to skip right by the [...]
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Few sculptures are as famous as Michelangelo's David, and if you've ever seen it you'll understand why. The masterpiece of the Renaissance period was completed in 1504, when Michelangelo was just 29 years old, and today over 8 million people per year visit the Galleria dell’Accademia in Florence so they can marvel at the iconic marble statue.
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