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    grayed hair, wrinkles around his eyes and deformed nose. I feel that the difference between him and the child is highly relevant to the overall message depicting a long life of decisions compared to a new life just beginning. Works Cited Ghirlandaio, Domenico. Ritratto di nonno con nipote (An Old Man and his Grandson) ca. 1480 Louvre, Paris. Web. 3 Dec 2013. Depagniat, Martine, and Dominique Thiébaut. "Work Old Man with a Young Boy." Old Man with a Young Boy. The Louvre, n.d. Web. 04 Dec. 2013

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    An Old man And His Grandson

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    The painting An Old Man and his Grandson by Domenico Ghirlandaio An Old Man and his Grandson has a very intimate presence. Looking at the angelic child, I wonder, what is he thinking? Perhaps he’s remembering the beauty of being a child. The innocence and cleanliness. The boy that he once was. Glancing at the Old Man’s face, I first felt that it was fair to say that he has a case of rhinophyma, which is an enlargement of the nose due to the dilation of follicles of the skin, suggesting years of

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    Master of all arts

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    behavior. He was also embarrassed by his lack of formal education. Michelangelo began to apprentice under Domenico and David Ghirlandaio when he was 13 years old. Domenico and David were both distinguished painters in Florence. He began to hone his painting and drawing skills at their studio. Because of Michelango’s difficult personality he began to have issues with Domenico Ghirlandaio. He left the Ghirlandio’s studio and began to sharpen his sculpting skills at Bertoldo di Giovanni’s Sculpture

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    the petty, strict ways of the education system, Michelangelo spent most of his time studying the vast art of Florence, Italy. Due to his promising potential, Michelangelo received an apprenticeship at the young age of 13! With the infamous Domenico Ghirlandaio, an appraised ar... ... middle of paper ... ...y. With over 300 figures, the Sistine Chapel is home of the greatest artwork ever produced. Michelangelo was originally commissioned to paint the Twelve Apostles on the triangular corner that

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    Comparison of two paintings

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    Abaporu and Portrait of a Lady. The painting are from two different time periods. Abaporu dates from 1928. The name of the artist is Tarsila do Amaral from Brazil. The painting is oil on canvas. Portrait of a Lady dates from 1490 by Domenico Ghirlandaio from Italy. Portrait of a Lady is tempera and oil on panel. The word Abaporu means the man who eats in the Tupi-Garany language. The painting was a birthday gift to a mayor Brazilian writer and critic Osvaldo de Andrade in January of 1928

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    Renaissance Figures

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    The Renaissance is known as the period of “rebirth” for in this time people started questioning ideas, traditions and institutions also humanism was starting to become an idea. With each of these causes are different effects for example when people started question ideas this lead to people starting to explore the new world. When people started questioning tradition of the church they started to reform against the church, even when people started to have humanistic thoughts and stared to challenge

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    than other people, because even though there were many artists and sculptors, he is one of the few artists that are extremely well known. Michelangelo’s most obvious “key of success” is opportunity. When he was 13, he became the apprentice of Domenico Ghirlandaio, one of the most famous painters in Florence. They say that an apprenticeship is the start of every career, and it was true for him. A year later, he “broke off” his a...

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    Michelangelo’s David is one of the most well-known statues of the Renaissance, and even of all time. It is known to be one of the best example of Renaissance art. It stands tall at 17 feet, and was originally commissioned for a tribune of statues on the Florence Cathedral. Because of the story it depicts, that in which David overcomes a massive giant, it has become a symbol for Florence, representing its independence and how, even with its size, is still a mighty and strong city. The man depicted

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    Domenico Modugno was one of the greatest italian composers and singer of the 50's, 60's and 70's, he also recorded in spanish and became very popular throughout his lifetime. Modugno’s song Volare, was selected as the Italian entry to the well known Eurovision Song Contest in 1958. This award winning song portrays a man infatuated with his lover flying across the sky. Part of the song lyrics translated means, "I think that a dream like that will never return; I painted my hands and my face blue

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    Composer

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    The Baroque is a period of artistic style that used exaggerated motion. The music, art and sculptures of the Baroque period showed detail to create drama and tension. The style began around 1600 in Rome, Italy. Due to its popularity it quickly spread and flourished throughout Europe. The Baroque style was popular and successful in many churches. It was so popular in churches, that the Roman Catholic Church requested that the arts depict religious themes. Tonality was seen during the Baroque period

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