Michelangelo

eBook: Michelangelo

Sprache - Englisch

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<b>Keen to learn but short on time? Find out everything you need to know about the life and work of Michelangelo in just 50 minutes with this straightforward and engaging guide!</b>

Michelangelo is one of the most influential artists in Western art history, and his works, including his famed sculpture
<i>David </i>and the frescoes adorning the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel, are among the most recognisable in the world. As the creator of statues and paintings on a vast, imposing scale, who displayed virtually unrivalled technical mastery and interwove religious and secular subjects in a highly original manner, Michelangelo was a source of inspiration to countless later artists, including the Mannerists and numerous 19th-century French artists. In spite of his exceptional talent, he was frequently dissatisfied with his own work, and a number of projects were left unfinished at his death.

<b>In this book, you will learn about:
</b>• The artistic developments that took place in Italy during the Renaissance

• The commissions Michelangelo received from influential patrons, including several popes and the powerful Medici family

• His most celebrated works, including
<i>David </i>and
<i>The Last Judgment</i>, and their influence on later artists

<b>ABOUT 50MINUTES.COM | Art & Literature
</b>The Art & Literature series from the 50Minutes collection aims to introduce readers to the figures and movements that have shaped our culture over the centuries. Our guides are written by experts in their field and each feature a full biography, an introduction to the relevant social, political and historical context, and a thorough discussion and analysis of the key works of each artist, writer or movement, making them the ideal starting point for busy readers looking for a quick way to broaden their cultural horizons.

Produkt Details

Verlag: 50Minutes.com

Genre: Sprache - Englisch

Sprache: English

Umfang: 78 Seiten

Größe: 4,1 MB

ISBN: 9782808011266

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