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9,822. Michelangelo and Raphael were to some extent the creation of Julius: without him Michelangelo would not have painted the Sistine ceiling, nor would Raphael have decorated the papal apartments. (Art & Civilisation & Artists: Michelangelo & Artists: Raphael) Kenneth Clark, Civilisation: The Hero as Artist 5/13
9,823. In the fifteenth century Greco-Roman sculpture had become a shining almost inaccessible model to the more adventurous artists. (Art & Civilisation & Sculpture & Artists: Michelangelo) ibid.
9,824. The city fathers also commissioned ... a gigantic figure of David ... What a man! Everyone who met Michelangelo recognised that he had an unequal power of mind and skill of hand. (Art & Civilisation & Sculpture & Artists: Michelangelo) ibid.
9,825. The Sistine ceiling passionately asserts the unity of man’s body, mind and spirit. (Art & Civilisation & Artists: Michelangelo) ibid.
9,835. Michelangelo’s Last Judgment ... fills the whole end wall of the Sistine Chapel. It’s a disturbing, a crushing, work. (Art & Civilisation & Artists: Michelangelo) Kenneth Clark, Civilisation: Grandeur & Obedience 7/13
10,480. There was terrible rivalry between Leonardo and Michelangelo. (Art & Rival & Artists: Michelangelo) Professor Rona Goffen
10,493. One of the real treasures here at the Courtauld, open to the public and students alike, is its prints and drawing room ... Among the most precious works in the collections are drawings by two towering figures of the Renaissance ... One of the most accomplished drawings in the Courtauld’s collection: by the mature, fifty- something Michelangelo. And this work produced around 1593 shows The Dream of Human Life. (Art & Artists: Michaelangelo & Museum & Drawing) Tim Marlow at the Courtauld 1/3
10,494. Michelangelo is probably the most potent sculpture who ever wielded a chisel. He was also a great painter and architect too. (Artists: Michelangeleo & Sculpture) Great Artists With Tim Marlow
10,495. In 1496 Michelangelo decided to try his luck here in Rome. (Artists: Michelangelo & Rome) ibid.
10,496. His first commission in Rome: Baccus. It’s a garden statue. (Artists: Michelangelo & Rome & Sculpture) ibid.
10,497. It’s a heroic celebration of human form. And in many ways David perfectly encapsulates the spirit of the renaissance. (Artists: Michelangelo & Sculpture) ibid.
10,498. He found it hard to reconcile his homosexuality with his love of God. (Artists: Michelangelo & Homosexuality) ibid.
10,499. His peers called divine. (Artists: Michelangelo & Divine) ibid.
115,142. Michelangelo: painter, poet, sculptor and architect. Polls have consistently put him or one of his works, notably the Sistine Chapel walls and ceiling, at the top above all others. Tim Marlow, Great Art s1e3: Michelangelo: Love and Death, ITV 2018
10,500. What does it mean to follow your passions to the point where they no longer belong to you? (Artists: Michelangelo & Passions) Michelangelo: Heart and Stone starring Rutger Hauer & Massimo Odierna & Giancarlo Giannini et al, Sky Arts 2013, opening line
10,501. Young, stubborn, proud, Michelangelo is devoured by an extraordinary ambition. (Artists: Michelangelo & Ambition) ibid.
10,502. The vault of the Sistine chapel is a triumph ... but at what price? (Artists: Michelangelo & Vatican) ibid.
10,503. Michelangelo has achieved the peak of painting and sculpture. (Artists: Michelangelo & Sculpture & Painting) ibid.
10,504. I’ve finished that chapel I was painting. The Pope is quite satisfied. (Artists: Michelangelo & Vatican) Michelangelo, letter to father October 1512
10,505. They sell the blood of Christ by handfuls here. And have closed the road to all goodness. (Artists: Michelangelo & Rome & Relic & Good) Michelangelo, of Biorgias’ Rome
10,506. Sculpture is the lantern to painting. (Artists: Michelangelo & Painting & Sculpture) Michelangelo
10,507. Every block of stone has a statue inside it and it is the task of the sculptor to discover it. (Artists: Michelangelo & Sculpture) Michelangelo
10,508. I am still learning. (Artists: Michelangelo & Learn) Michelangelo
10,509. In every block of marble I see a statue as plain as though it stood before me, shaped and perfect in attitude and action. I have only to hew away the rough walls that imprison the lovely apparition to reveal it to the other eyes as mine see it. (Artists: Michelangelo & Sculpture) Michelangelo
10,510. If people knew how hard I worked to get my mastery, it wouldn't seem so wonderful at all. (Artists: Michelangelo & Master) Michelangelo
11,416. I should desire that the last words which I should pronounce in this Academy, and from this place, might be the name of – Michelangelo. (Artists: Reynolds & Artists: Michelangelo) Joshua Reynolds, Discourses on Art December 1769
59,445. As the Pope once said to Michelangelo, ‘You’d better come down, I think we’ll have it wallpapered.’ (Pope & Artists: Michelangelo) Bernard Manning, The Big Send Up 1977
59,828. An artist so revered that even his rival Raphael painted him – Michelangelo. (Rome & Artists: Michelangelo & Vatican) Simon Sebag Montefiore, Rome: A History of the Eternal City III: The Rebirth of God’s City BBC 2012
68,296. This investigation begins in 15th century Rome ... Is it true that the darling of the Italian art scene tricked cardinals and popes into publicly displaying forbidden symbols of a lost and condemned faith? The answers may lie in codes hidden inside his most famous art works. (Artists: Michelangelo & Code) Biblical Conspiracies, Discovery 2015
99,087. The true passion of artist Michaelangelo was stone. Above all he was a sculptor. And throughout his long life he was obsessed with carving one particular image – a mother holding her dying son in her arms, la Pieta. (Artists: Michelangelo & Sculpture & Statue) Michelangelo's Pietas, Sky Arts 2016
99,088. ‘Find the life that sleeps within the marble.’ (Artists: Michelangelo & Sculpture & Statue) ibid.
99,089. His three great statues of the Pietas. (Artists: Michelangelo & Sculpture & Statue) ibid.
99,090. Over a period of forty years he produced some of the greatest religious painting of all time. ibid.
117,361. St Peter’s: Michelangelo toiled away into his 80s on this. (Civilisation & Creativity & Culture & Art & Artists: Michelangelo & Renaissance) Simon Schama, Civilisations V: The Triumph of Art