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Week 5 Checkpoint - Perspectives 2 before the public and...

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Perspectives 1 Drawing Drawing from Two Perspectives Derek J. Belton Art/101 University of Phoenix Online Rory Tubbs May 14, 2010 In the history of art, Michelangelo and Leonardo de Vinci were two of the greatest artist. Both of the artists were sculptors, artist and architects and wanted their work to be considered the best. Many of Leonardo’s drawings were of humans and their emotions and gestures. With Michelangelo’s, his drawings were focused mostly on males and their emotional and spiritual condition. Seemingly, both artists used drawing to illustrate the different emotions and gestures of humans. One difference between the two, Michelangelo did not want his work displayed
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Unformatted text preview: Perspectives 2 before the public and Leonardo wanted everyone to know his works. The two artists chose drawing because it gave a better effect and meaning to the drawing than the sculptures did. The artists other forms of works were similar to the drawings and pictures that were on canvas, but did not have the same effect as the drawings did. Leonardo and Michelangelo viewed drawing as a way to express how they felt that humans were emotionally, spiritually and with their gestures. Leonardo drew because he wanted to illustrate the human body and its parts, while Michelangelo drew solely to show the emotions of males....
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