Michelangelo - 1 Where was Michelangelo an apprentice and who were the patrons of this workshop How do Michelangelo\u2019s drawings excel over those of his

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1. Where was Michelangelo an apprentice, and who were the patrons of this workshop? How do Michelangelo’s drawings excel over those of his Master? Domenico Ghirlandaio, the wealthy patrons of this workshop. Michelangelo surpassed Ghirlandaio in skill because he could paint with very dense lines 2. How did Michelangelo’s David make a political and an aesthetic statement against a 15th century sovereign entity and an ancient artistic tradition? It is a symbol of strength and youthful beauty because David looks so perfect. 3. What work by Michelangelo represents “one of the great turning points of Western Art”? Why? What is the “hinge” inherent in the male form? Battle of Cascina because sangallo's painting is an invaluable record of the lost work. That is invisible but somehow held within the body that links the invisible and the invisible life and death or something. 4. How are the human figures of the Last Judgment so very different from those of the chapel ceiling? He started with a very small piece of paper and then he painted the drawing on the ceiling with life-size. 5. How does the sculptor Antony Gormley describe the meaning of? Michelangelo’s crucifixion drawings? The late crucifixion is the most extraordinary meditation on being and nothingness.

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