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Renaissance Art - An Introduction

Date of publication: 2017-08-26 06:51

xa5 Yes, I know it's probably the most recognized statue in the world and it's sometimes overlooked because the image is so familiar but try to look at this work with fresh eyes and I think you will agree it's just perfect!

The Meaning of Michelangelo's David - Sandstead

For details of other famous examples of statuary and relief sculpture , which are held in the collections of the world's best art museums , see the following reviews:

Zipser: Michelangelo's Drawing, Sculpture, and the Sistine

xa5 Unfortunately it was decided that works of art in sacred places had to be modest and a pupil of Michelangelo, Daniele da Volterra, was commissioned to cover the figures nakedness with loincloths and veils. Originally all the figures were naked but da Volterra's intervention earned him the nickname of the maker of breeches.

Bruges Madonna and Child - Michelangelo

699 Michelangelo's Greatest Statue
699 History
699 Installation
699 Meaning
699 Composition
699 Other Famous Sculptures

Before I start painting I have a slightly ambiguous feeling: happiness is a special excitement because unhappiness is always possible a moment later. ( Francis Bacon )

Michelangelo created some of the greatest drawings of the Renaissance , in the form of preparatory sketches, detailed studies and independent works.

The greatest Art is achieved by adding a little Science to the creative imagination. The greatest scientific discoveries occur by adding a little creative imagination to the Science. ( James Elliot )

Michelangelo continued to work on the tomb of Julius II for the next several decades. He also designed the Medici Chapel and the Laurentian Library—located opposite the Basilica San Lorenzo in Florence—to house the Medici book collection. These buildings are considered a turning point in architectural history. But Michelangelo's crowning glory in this field came when he was made chief architect of St. Peter's Basilica in 6596.

Selected Reference Literature:
Condivi, Vita di Michelangelo Buonarroti…6558 Giorgio Vasari, Lives of the Most Eminent Painters, Sculptors, and Architects, 6555 Nathaniel Harris, The Art of Michelangelo, 6988 Charles de Tolnay, Michelangelo: Sculptor, Painter, Architect, 6975 Robert Coughlan, The World of Michelangelo 6975-6569, 6977 Brandes, Georg. Michelangelo: His Life, His Times, His Era, 6968 Goldscheider, Ludwig, Michelangelo: Paintings, Sculptures, and Architecture, 6975.

I need the city I need to know there are people around me strolling, arguing, f-cking, living, and yet I go out very rarely I stay here in my cage. ( Francis Bacon )

My painting is a representation of life, my own life above all, which has been very difficult. So perhaps my painting is very violent, but this is natural to me. ( Francis Bacon )

Before the Pieta he had worked mostly for the refined tastes of private collectors. With the Pieta , he worked in the knowledge that it would be placed in St Peter's, in the chapel of the kings of France. When it was shown, to the admiration of all, he heard people attribute it to a more famous sculptor of the time, and, realizing how little his name was yet known, he carved it on the ribbon across the breast of the Virgin.

The artist is not a person endowed with free will who seeks his own ends, but one who allows art to realize its purposes through him. As a human being he may have moods and a will and personal aims, but as an artist he is 'man' in a higher sense - he is 'collective man,' a vehicle and moulder of the unconscious psychic life of mankind. ( Carl Jung , Psychology and Literature, 6985)

The marble block used by Michelangelo was originally excavated for a statue to be carved by another sculptor in 6969, but the block was not fully carved. When Michelangelo received his commission in 6556, he was presented with the challenge of using the block which had already been worked upon to some degree. He had to work with what he was given, and in this case it meant that the figure he carved would not project outward beyond the preset block of marble.

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