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Michelangelo di Lodovico is known as Buonarroti Simoni or more so in his first name Michelangelo. March 6, 1475 - February 18, 1564 He lived in an Italian. He was a sculptor, painter, architect and poet. Mikelanj The capital of the Renaissance was born in the Republic of Florence. It is described as one of the greatest artists of all time.
Michelangelo was the first Western artist to be published biographically. In fact, two biographies were published throughout his life. One of them, Giorgio Vasari, suggested that Michelangelo's work was more than any artist living or dead, and that "it is not a single art, but three in all."
A number of Michelangelo paintings, sculptures and architectural pieces are among the most famous artistic pieces. Two of the most well-known works have made Pietà and David before thirty years of age. Despite a low opinion, Resmin created two of the most influential frescoes in the history of Western art: the Stage from Genesis in the Cistine Chapel ceiling in Rome and the Final Judgment on the altar wall. Mannerist architecture led the design of the Laurentian Library.
Michelangelo painted the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel; It took about four years to complete the work in 1508-12. In 1505 Michelangelo, newly elected Pope II. It was invited to Rome by Julius. He was commissioned to build the Pope's grave. It will contain forty sculptures and will end in five years. Under the auspices of the Pope, Michelangelo did a number of other missions. It is famous for the figure of Moses, completed in 1516. Two of the other statues foreseen for the tomb, the Asi Slave and the Dead Slave, are now in the Louvre Museum.
In the same period Michelangelo painted the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel. According to Condivi's account, Bramante, who works in the seat of St. Peter's Basilica, admired the commission Michelangelo gave to the pope's tomb. He convinced the Pope for new business. Michelangelo was originally tasked with painting the Twelve Apostles on triangular stalactites supporting the ceiling, and covering the central part of the ceiling with ornaments. Michelangelo persuaded Pope Julius to give him freedom and offered a different and more complex plan representing Creation, Human Thought, the Word of Words and Prophets of Salvation, and the genealogy of Jesus. This work is part of a wider decoration plan in the chapel that represents most of the Catholic Church doctrine.
The composition contains more than 500 figures and over 300 figures.  At the center, the nine chapters of the Book of Genesis are divided into three groups: the creation of the earth; God's creation of mankind and the fall of God's grace; and finally, the human condition represented by Noah and his family. Twelve men and women, seven prophets of Israel, and five Sibyls, the women of the prophets of the classical world, were painted on the registers supporting the tacit. Among the most famous paintings on the ceiling are the Garden of Eden, Adam and Eve's Garden of Eden, the Shelter, the Prophet Jeremiah and the Creation of Friday-Sibil.