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Michelangelo
   painted   
The Creation of Adam
1512; Italian; High Renaissance; fresco, Sistine Chapel, Rome
Michelangelo
   was born on   
March 6, 1475
Renaissance painter, sculptor, architect, poet and engineer
1950
   the winner was   
Titan: The Story of Michelangelo
The story of the Master Painter. Looks at his Art and his life works in detail.
Sforza Chapel
   was designed by   
Michelangelo
Renaissance period, 1555, built in Rome, Italy
Laurentian Library
   was designed by   
Michelangelo
Proto Baroque period, 1952, built in Florence, Italy
Raphael, Leonardo, Michelangelo
   are all   
Renaissance Artists
European artists 1400-1600
Michelangelo
   was born in   
Caprese, Italy
Raised in Florence where he rests today
Michelangelo Antonioni
   directed   
Blowup (1966)
Michelangelo
   created the sculpture   
David, 1504
Michelangelo De' Conti
   is the birth name of   
Innocent XIII
Michelangelo
   represents   
High Renaissance
Italian Painter/Sculptor
Michelangelo
   created the sculpture   
Dying Slave, C. 1514
Marble, Musée du Louvre
Michelangelo
   created the sculpture   
Moses, 1515
San Pietro in Vincoli
Michelangelo
   created the sculpture   
Bacchus, 1496-97
Museo Nazionale del Bargello, Florence
Michelangelo
   created the sculpture   
Pietà, 1499-1500
St Peter's Basilica, Rome
Michelangelo
   created the sculpture   
The Genius of Victory, 1532-34
Palazzo Vecchio, Florence
The Agony and the Ecstasy (1965)
   is a film about   
Michelangelo
Starring Charlton Heston and Rex Harrison as Pope Julius II
Michelangelo
   is featured in the biography   
The Agony and the Ecstasy
Biographical novel by Irving Stone, 1961
Michelangelo
   painted   
The Conversion of Saul
1542; fresco, Pauline Chapel, Vatican
Michelangelo
   painted   
The Last Judgment
1536-41; fresco, Sistine Chapel, Vatican
Michelangelo
   is buried in   
Santa Croce Church, Florence, Italy
Sculptor, artist, died 1564
1564
      
Michelangelo Died
Italian painter and sculptor
Cupid Sculpture
   was perpetrated by   
Michelangelo
In order to make ends, together with a friend he created a fake cupid which they aged in order to make it look ancient. The forgery wasn’t discovered for several years. Michelangelo was allowed to keep his share of the money because the statue was sculpted extremely well.
Michelangelo
   painted   

An Ignudi; 1508-1512; Italian; High Renaissance; Sistine Chapel, Vatican City; fresco; various sizes
Michelangelo
   painted   

The Libyan Sibyl; 1508-1512; Italian; High Renaissance; Sistine Chapel, Vatican City; fresco; size unknown
Michelangelo
   painted   

The Torment of Saint Anthony; 1487-1488; Italian; High Renaissance; Kimbell Art Museum, Fort Worth, U.S.A.; tempera and oil on panel; 47 x 35 cm
Michelangelo
   painted   

Ceiling of the Sistine Chapel; 1508-1511; Italian; High Renaissance; Sistine Chapel, Vatican City; fresco; 39 x 14 cm
Michelangelo
   painted   

The Conversion of Saul; 1542-1545; Italian; High Renaissance; Cappella Paolina, Vatican Palace, Vatican City; fresco; 625 x 661 cm
Michelangelo
   painted   

The Creation of Adam; 1511; Italian; High Renaissance; Sistine Chapel, Vatican City; fresco; 230 x 480 cm
Michelangelo
   painted   

The Fall and Expulsion from Garden of Eden; 1509-1510; Italian; High Renaissance; Sistine Chapel, Vatican City; fresco; 280 x 570 cm
Michelangelo
   painted   

The Last Judgement; 1534-1541; Italian; High Renaissance; Sistine Chapel, Vatican City; fresco; 1370 x 1220 cm
Michelangelo
   painted   

Delphic Sibyl; 1505; Italian; High Renaissance; Sistine Chapel, Vatican City; fresco; size unknown
Leonardo, Michelangelo, Raphael, Donatello
   are all   
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
Originated from an American Comic Book in 1984






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