His famous works includes Saint Peter’s Basilica, Rome. When Michelangelo was 33 years old, he was working on Pope Julius II’s marble tomb. He was hesitant when asked to decorate the Sistine Chapel by Julius without any experience. What astounds me is he was able to paint the Sistine Chapel’s ceiling at that time, as there was no advanced technology to help him.
He is famous for his statue called the Pieta, and for painting the scenes from the Book of Genesis on the Sistine Chapel ceiling.
Michelangelo Merisi, also known as Caravaggio, had a wide impact on the Arts during the Baroque Era. Caravaggio was interested in the arts from when he was a child; he was an apprentice to a painter in Milan for four years. It was with this painter Caravaggio was able to learn and gain a great amount of interest in painting. At age 21, he travelled to Rome in order to make a name for himself, and to seek out a successful career. Rome was a site that attracted many aspiring and upcoming artists who either worked for the Church or were commissioned by private collectors. Caravaggio started his career in Rome painting small still-life pieces; but during the 1590’s Caravaggio became very well known for his religious works, and by 1599 Caravaggio
Leonardo Da Vinci was a painter, inventor, mathematician, and writer in the Renaissance. He became very popular as his work spread across the world. Some of his most popular work is the Mona Lisa, The Last Supper, Vitruvian Man, Lady with an Ermine, and Self-portrait. With his work growing in popularity his artwork was looked as a model. With his famous painting, the Mona Lisa, there is a foggy background. This background is called Sfumato. More of this kind of work art style was shown in his work and later was his trademark. As his paintings grew popular so did his inventions. According to Clifford Johnson, Professor of Physics and Astronomy at University of Southern California, says “Leonardo made great contributions to science and,” With
Soon after Michelangelo 's move to Rome in 1498, the cardinal Jean Bilhères de Lagraulas, a representative of the French King Charles VIII to the pope, commissioned "Pieta," a sculpture of Mary holding the dead Jesus across her lap[https://www.biography.com/]. Despite being in the employ of the Medici Pope Clement VII, Michelangelo backed the republican cause and was appointed director of the city’s fortifications. In 1527, the citizens of Michelangelo’s native Florence expelled the ruling Medici family and installed a republican government. Michelangelo (1475-1564) was a sculptor, painter and architect widely considered to be one of the greatest artists of the Italian Renaissance period—and arguably of all timehttp[://www.history.com/].His work demonstrated a blend of psychological insight, physical realism and intensity never before seen[://www.history.com/]. Michelangelo spent most of his golden years overseeing construction on St. Peter’s Basilica in the Vatican.He wasn 't originally chosen to complete the Sistine Chapel. He painted himself in the Sistine Chapel But not many people knew till now.
Michelangelo was a renaissance man, meaning he was talented in many fields of work for his time and he was skillful in them. He was a painter, sculptor, engineer, poet, and architect, he is considered one of the most influential renaissance figures who applied an unparalleled impact on the advancement of Western Art.
Michelangelo is one of the greatest Italian artistic minds that lived in the middle ages. He was born Michelangelo diLodovico Buonarroti Simoni. He lived in the time of the Italian Renaissance. Some of the most notable works associated with the artist includes the Pieta, the ceiling paintings of the Sistine Chapel and the sculpture of David. Michelangelo was born to Francesca Neri and Leonardo di Buonarroti. He was born in 1475 in Caprese Italy. The father of Michelangelo was a magistrate in the town of Caprese at the time of his birth. After he was born, the father moved the family to another city, Florence. After the father had moved the family to Florence, the mother became ill and this forced young Michelangelo to grow with a stonecutter. The family later lived in Settignano. The mother then succumbed to death for her health condition. The end of his mother influenced the young artist and the effect of his mother's
Based on the mural image "Going to the Olympics" by Frank Romero 's he was paid to create a work of art in the Los Angles free way. In my opinion I think its a work of art because this is a mural image and the time it and pride it took makes it a work of art.The time and the paint it must have taken to make this image its very impressive. I can see the culture and creativity they are trying to show. They graffiti in LA show what Los Angeles is all about and based on my personal experience each time I go to LA I know its a place to have fun.
All literature writers have their own style of writing and works that cause their fame; however, few literary writers write their books with the purpose to illustrate a region of their country. Frederic Remington was a writer who did that. Reared in the North, he painted and wrote about the West. Schoolwork was always secondary to his desire to draw and use his imagination. Creating life in the West as a new subject in the art world was his lifelong goal.
Michelangelo was a sculptor before painting, his sculptor skills and talents are definitely seen in the Sistine Ceiling. In this painting, all the people are drawn more realistically than the Maesta, he is able to illustrate both strength and elegance while also representing the ideal beauty. The most important part of the Sistine Ceiling are the series of nine scenes that move across the central panels, it starts with the creation of the world and god separating light from darkness. Michelangelo wanted to honor God through the Sistine Ceiling by constructing a connection between man and God in all his panels. He used this connection because god in the Rome religious society was considered to be an almighty and powerful being. In this painting Michelangelo painted each of his character which such grace and detail making the painting more realistic, not only were the characters realistic but they were also perceived as masculine. The detailed arm and leg muscles and male features add to the masculinity, even the women are portrayed as masculine one example of this is the Lilyan silby , we see her twisted body as well as every muscle in her back . It is said that Michelangelo used male models to not only help him paint the Lilyan silby but also for other of his female characters. Another important characteristic in the Sistine
With the help of Leonardo art became smooth and more realistic. Leonardo’s very first piece of art that he made was the bronze statue.9 He worked on the statue for 12 years.10 The statue was destroyed in war.11 The statue was created for was for Francesco Sforza.12 In 1433 clay model was ready and redone.13 In 1472 Leonardo was asked to to join the painters guild’ of Florence.14 He was 20 years old. But Leonardo remained with Verrocchio, until 1478 then became. independant.15 Leonardo worked on many paintings during the renaissance.16 One of his most famous paintings is the Mona Lisa.17 It was made between 1503 and 1506.18 Yet there was only portrait that survived.19 Art had a big change during the renaissance and gave satisfaction to all who saw or created
Leonardo da Vinci was born on April 15, 1452. He was Italian, and wrote right to left. However, even though he was an artist he was very interested in the human body and interested in how it works. First, in 1470 he went to Florence, while he was there he painted a picture of a young woman. The Renaissance was just now beginning and people liked paintings that had a lot of colors. He was 25 years old when he worked by himself.
Michelangelo was born on March 6, 1475. Michelangelo was an Italian painter, sculptor. Three of his famous works are, David and Pietà sculptures, as well as the Sistine Chapel ceiling painting. Michelangelo painted the Sistine Chapel from 1508 to 1541. David was the symbol and guardian of Florentine liberty. He died on February 18, 1564 in Rome, Italy.
A renaissance man is a person who knows a lot of things. There are some characteristics that shows a renaissance man; they are knowledgeable, has many talents and are famous. Michelangelo is one of the renaissance men who lived during the renaissance period. He was considered a renaissance man because of his artwork. Three examples of his work are: David, Pieta and The last judgement.