By Angela K. Nickerson
From St. Peter’s Basilica to the Capitoline Hill, this targeted resource—part biography, half heritage, and half go back and forth guide—provides an intimate portrait of the connection among Michelangelo and town he restored to inventive greatness. Lavishly illustrated and richly informative, this commute better half tells the tale of Michelangelo’s meteoric upward push, his profession marked by way of successive creative breakthroughs, his tempestuous kinfolk with robust buyers, and his austere yet passionate deepest lifestyles. delivering highway maps that let readers to navigate the town and become aware of Rome as Michelangelo knew it, every one bankruptcy makes a speciality of a specific paintings that surprised Michelangelo’s contemporaries and sleek travelers alike.
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VITE LLE S CHI G. V V. V ZO Tibe N NA RIEN LA D I V. L E V. PIAVE C OL O E IV V. A E V. SALARIA CE S A R V. CO 11 V A T IC A N O IULIO ILIZIE . V. M VIA LEON VLE. G Vatican City VIA L E ELLE M MINIA VLE. D A RI E DIA V. CAN AT IC A NO E VIA L V F ER R FAL DORIA V. FLA V. G. N RIO V. T RE A V. AND advance of one hundred gold florins, the equivalent of a year’s pay, and the pope’s blessing to travel to Carrara to choose the marble for the tomb. Michelangelo left almost immediately, spending eight months selecting stone with which to begin the project.
A Journey into Michelangelo's Rome (ArtPlace series) by Angela K. Nickerson