Michelangelo

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Michelangelo

  1. 1. MICHELANGELO
  2. 2. Michelangelo was born on 6 March 1475 in Caprese near Arezzo, Tuscany.
  3. 3. He was an painter, sculptor, architect, poet, and engineer.
  4. 4. • His art work is related to Bologna, Florence and Roma‘s culture. There the artist's work was included in the papal patronage.
  5. 5. History • Michelangelo was born in Buonarroti Simoni family, which belonged to the old Florentine middle-class families. When he was just a few weeks old, his family moved to Florence. • His father was the mayor, and mother died when he was 6 years old
  6. 6. HOW DID HE STARTED? • His carrer started whan he got first job in the studio of famous painter- DOMENICO GHIRALANDIO. One year later he worked in another studio and lived in palace of Medici. All of this time Michaelangelo was learning the techniques of painting and carving.
  7. 7. • In 1495 a cousin of Wawrzyniec Wielki ordered a sculpture of. The Scuplture has become great promotion for Rome, because of professional approach. This succes has persuaded Micheloangelo to move to the Italian capital,where he became popular and famous.
  8. 8. The main theme of his works was the human body.
  9. 9. FRESCO OF MICHELANGELO
  10. 10. Probably the inspiration for most for his art works comes from fascination of man body. Italian historian - Elen Lazzarini - claims that Michaelangelo Buonarotti was homosexual. For example,the freco in Sistine Chapel is showing women's body as muscular as men's man. Maybe it sounds controversial but it's really probable.
  11. 11. How to make fresco. Affresco ( In English usage, “fresco” ). Painting done on freshly laid wet plaster with pigments dissolved in lime water. As both dry they become completely integrated. Known as “true” fresco, this technique was most popular from the late thirteenth to the mid-sixteenth centuries.
  12. 12. The common assumption that all mural painting is fresco painting is an erroneous idea. It is true that one can in fact paint on fresh plaster, or intonaco, to make a painting in affresco or a fresco. In true fresco the artist must start applying his colors on the wet (or fresco) intonaco as soon as it has been prepared and laid on the wall.
  13. 13. The colors can thus be absorbed by the wet plaster. When it dries and hardens, the colors become one with plaster.
  14. 14. Made by • Emilia Maliszkiewicz • Michał Szopiński

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