- Michelangelo + -esque (Wiktionary)
“Can he name any "Michelangelesque" statue of the second quarter of the sixteenth century that is less "Mannerist" than this statue?”
“Michelangelesque picture in her brain: that of an old, old man with”
““Michelangelesque!” — little Bilham completed her meaning.”
“Is it worth it?" asked the other, Michelangelesque on the flooded margin.”
“I am willing to admit that the conception may have been Giorgione's, although even then it would stand alone as evidence of an imagination almost Michelangelesque in its terribilita.”
“One will remember the disquieting power, the fascination in the true sense of the word, of Leonardo; the majesty, the penetration, the uncompromising realism on occasion, of Raphael; the happy mixture of the Giorgionesque, the Raphaelesque, and later on the Michelangelesque, in Sebastiano del Piombo.”
“No. 8, the Baptism of the Gentiles, is another of his best style, and is, in the drawing of the nude figures, almost Michelangelesque in power.”
“He would be Michelangelesque, and that by sheer force of minuteness.”
“Michelangelesque in style, and of consummate workmanship, still adorns the Duomo of Milan.”
“Titanic Fopp, whose limbs are Michelangelesque in length; spectacled Morosani; the little tailor Kramer, with a French horn on his knees; the puckered forehead of the Baumeister; the”
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