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Published on September 10, 2009

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:  Michelangelo’s Life : Michelangelo’s Life Born March 6, 1475 in Caprese, Italy Mother died when he was six Grew up without affection Father wanted him to be a merchant When I told my father that I wish to be an artist, he flew into a rage, 'artists are laborers, no better than shoemakers." : When I told my father that I wish to be an artist, he flew into a rage, 'artists are laborers, no better than shoemakers." Michelangelo’s Youth : Michelangelo’s Youth Apprenticed at age 12 to painter in Florence Lived with ruling Medici family in their palace Started working as a sculptor under Donatello Sculpted Bacchus Michelangelo wanted to learn about anatomy by studying corpses. The Catholic Church forbid it. He made an agreement with the Church that he could study bodies in return for a carved wooden crucifix. Studying bodies made him ill many times. : Michelangelo wanted to learn about anatomy by studying corpses. The Catholic Church forbid it. He made an agreement with the Church that he could study bodies in return for a carved wooden crucifix. Studying bodies made him ill many times. Slide 7: Pieta at Saint Peter's Basilica David : David Michelangelo did not want to paint. Pope Julius II insisted he paint the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel. It became Michelangelo’s greatest work. He painted scenes from the Old Testament. : Michelangelo did not want to paint. Pope Julius II insisted he paint the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel. It became Michelangelo’s greatest work. He painted scenes from the Old Testament. The Sistine Chapel : The Sistine Chapel The Ceiling of the Sistine Chapel : The Ceiling of the Sistine Chapel God creates the Sun and Moon : God creates the Sun and Moon The Face of God : The Face of God Finger of God touching Adam’s finger : Finger of God touching Adam’s finger God creates Eve : God creates Eve Jacob and Joseph : Jacob and Joseph David and Goliath : David and Goliath Jeremiah : Jeremiah Jonah : Jonah Joel : Joel Isaiah : Isaiah Pope Julius II commissioned him to build a magnificent tomb. Michelangelo worked on it for years, but did not finish the 40 statues ordered. : Pope Julius II commissioned him to build a magnificent tomb. Michelangelo worked on it for years, but did not finish the 40 statues ordered. Moses, the centerpiece of Pope Julius II’s tomb : Moses, the centerpiece of Pope Julius II’s tomb Michelangelo was commissioned to make the tombs for the Medici family. : Michelangelo was commissioned to make the tombs for the Medici family. Statues of the Medici brothers : Statues of the Medici brothers Pope Paul VII Farnese asked him to paint a fresco of the Last Judgment which would be the largest painting in the world at that time. : Pope Paul VII Farnese asked him to paint a fresco of the Last Judgment which would be the largest painting in the world at that time. The Last Judgment : The Last Judgment Michelangelo’s last years were spent chiseling a last pieta. He wrote his best poetry near the end of his life. He was buried in Florence, Italy. : Michelangelo’s last years were spent chiseling a last pieta. He wrote his best poetry near the end of his life. He was buried in Florence, Italy. Michelangelo died and his body was put in a sarcophagus in Rome. His nephew sneaked his body out of Rome and buried it in Florence where he wanted to be buried. : Michelangelo died and his body was put in a sarcophagus in Rome. His nephew sneaked his body out of Rome and buried it in Florence where he wanted to be buried.

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