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September 29, 2009 Comparison to Mona Lisa – Raphael, Baldassare Castiglione Eliminates the background detail o Heightens the intimacy of the portrait Watery eyes MICHELANGELO Michelangel Buonarotti, David, Florence, Academia, 1501-04 – around 1500 Hands are too large – gives him a gangly look Shadows with the hair and lips Originally this piece was planning to be seen from a distance He tilts the head over to one side creating a tension between the head and the torso Body of an athlete, fully developed body, Greco Roman Era throw back – the curly hair also Neo-platanism: Plato, the greek philosopher, dealt with ideal forms Classic Comparison to Donatello’s Michaelangelo representing the early Renaissance in bronze Age – Donatello’s is much younger, Michalangelo’s seems more mature Moment – Michalangelo’s David is surveying the city for some distant enemy- his body is taut, pre-battle, tense. This activates the space beyond the sculpture. While Donatello’s
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