Fb2 In The Time Of Michelangelo (Art Around the World) ePub
by Antony Mason
|Category:||Art Music and Photography|
|Publisher:||Copper Beech (September 1, 2001)|
|Fb2 eBook:||1532 kb|
|ePub eBook:||1914 kb|
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At the Time of Michaelangelo (Art Around the World). For a couple of years (2008–10) I was a tutor in writing at Goldsmiths, University of London, working as a Fellow of the Royal Literary Fund.
At the Time of Michaelangelo (Art Around the World). 0613451910 (ISBN13: 9780613451918). Latterly I have been closely involved in the Intergenerational Foundation, which aims to remind government and policy-makers of the need to think for the long-term to ensure an honourable and sustainable legacy to future generations.
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Michelangelo: Divine Draftsman and Designer at the Metropolitan Museum of Art is a monument to a monument. With more than 200 works, and a core group of 133 drawings by the beyond-famous artist - the largest number ever assembled - on loan from some 50 front-rank collections, it’s a curatorial coup. More important, it’s an art historical tour de force: a panoptic view of a titanic career as recorded in the most fragile of media - paper, chalk, and ink. It’s a show with demands: It requires that you be fully present. Snapping it with smartphones won’t do.
Mention Michelangelo and one work that instantly comes to mind is the artist’s stunning fresco painted on the .
Mention Michelangelo and one work that instantly comes to mind is the artist’s stunning fresco painted on the ceiling of the Vatican City’s Sistine Chapel. Commissioned by Pope Julius II and created between 1508 and 1512, the work – which depicts nine stories from the Book of Genesis – is considered one of the greatest works of the High Renaissance. The Crucifixion of St. Peter, the final fresco Michelangelo would paint during his lifetime, resides in the Vatican Palace’s Cappella Paolina and was originally commissioned by Pope Paul III in 1541.
At the time of Michelangelo’s rise, it was . But after that he never signed another work of art. Instead, he would often paint himself into them.
At the time of Michelangelo’s rise, it was Raphael who was the hot painter in town, and it was Raphael who Pope Julius II originally chose to work on the Sistine Chapel. Here’s where a bit of rivalry comes in. Michelangelo’s fame was growing with his commissions and the young artist was stealing some of Raphael’s business. Out of jealousy or pride, Raphael convinced the Pope to hire Michelangelo instead, hoping to prove that the young artist was truly just a sculptor and not able to paint as well as himself. Obviously he was disappointed.