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- proper n. A 15th and 16th century Italian artist, full name Michelangelo di Lodovico Buonarroti Simoni
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- proper n. Michelangelo Buonarroti, renowned Italian painter, sculptor and architect; 1475-1564.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. See bar.
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- n. Florentine sculptor and painter and architect; one of the outstanding figures of the Renaissance (1475-1564)
Answers Why is michelangelo so important to history Michelangelo is important because his work represented the rebirth of the pursuit of art and culture in the Western World.
Michelangelo is probably the result of cross-pollination between Donatello and some other chile I own. on August 6, 2009 at 6: 52 pm | Reply wererabbits
As so often in Bronzino's work, Michelangelo is co-opted.
Jake became infatuated with entertainment as a child due to "The Dick Van Dyke Show," the work of Don Knotts (he REALLY wanted to be a cartoon fish) and Michelangelo from the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.
Although Michelangelo is responsible for the design and execution of the Sistine Chapel, the mind-bogglingly complex intellectual scheme underpinning the entire room was developed by the Neopythagorean Renaissance philosopher, Marsilio Ficino.
Even during his own time, they called Michelangelo “Il Divino”—the Divine One.
One discusses the role that drawing played in Michelangelo's career, and the other talks about what is real and what is fake from the Michelangelo drawings.
OK, so I've been saying for a while that I'm going to write an international thriller in which Michelangelo is found to have hidden a secret message in the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel or something.
Watching the play puts you in mind of the way Michelangelo is reputed to have created his statue of David: Wilson takes a mountain of words and meticulously cuts away the extraneous matter, releasing the play from its source.
Are you altogether unconscious of the magic of the name of Michelangelo?