For my next question, how are you, Michelangelo and you, Leonardo da Vinci alike and how are you different? Leonardo replied first by saying, “We are alike in the sense that we are both Italian and lived in Florence. Both of us apprenticed to talented artists of our time and are polymaths, meaning we are both knowledgeable about many different fields of study. This includes; being a painter, sculptor, architect, engineer, as well as an inventor (Biography.com, 2011). However, Michelangelo is a very...
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