Michelangelo was born in Caprese Michelangelo, Italy. His birthday was March 6, 1475 and died February 8, 1564. He was a sculpture, painter, architect, and poet.

Michelangelo created many fixtures that are inspiring to this day. Hits most famous paintings/sculptures are The Dying Slave, Creation of Adam, Sistine Chapel's ceiling, Moses, and Pieta.
His work demonstrated a blend of psychological insight, physical reaslim, and intensity. Angelo's work has inspired future generations to view and appreciate his genius. Theroy has been that Michelangelo hasn't had a spouse because he had autism. He had very hard time communicating with people and couldn't keep up a simple conversation. Another theory is that Michelangelo might've been homosexual. He had relations with a nobleman named Tommaso de Cavalieri.

Being a renaissance man you had to have many talents. Michelangelo was in this category because he had knowledge in many diffferent fields. Not only he was gifted in art, but the science of art as well.

The Life Lessons we can learn the Angelo are

*See the end result from the start: this quote came from the sculpture David because Angelo said "I saw the angel in the marble and curved until I set him free." This means if you can see it you can do it.

*Don't follow the beaten path, make your own: Being average was not in. Michelangelo' mind. This can be shown through this work. "The great danger, find most of us lies not in setting our aim to high and falling short, but in setting our aim too low and achieving the mark." In order to realize your greatest you need to set your own goals.

www.michelangelo-gallery.org/biography.html Www.thefamouspeople.clom/profiles/michelangelo www.sethroselife.com/life-lessons-from-Michelangelo


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