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The Creation of Adam (detail) Fine Art Print
The Creation of Adam (detail)
44" x 31"
+ Multiple Sizes
Price: $456.99
Portrait of Andrea Quaratesi, c.1532 Fine Art Print
Portrait of Andrea Quaratesi, c.1532
22" x 28"
+ Multiple Sizes
Price: $214.99
The Creation of Adam Fine Art Print
The Creation of Adam
46" x 25"
 
Price: $584.99
Sistine Chapel Ceiling: God Dividing Light from Darkness Fine Art Print
Sistine Chapel Ceiling: God Dividing Light from Darkness
28" x 21"
+ Multiple Sizes
Price: $209.99
Male figure study Fine Art Print
Male figure study
22" x 28"
+ Multiple Sizes
Price: $214.99
Last Judgement, from the Sistine Chapel, 1538-41 Fine Art Print
Last Judgement, from the Sistine Chapel, 1538-41
26" x 22"
+ Multiple Sizes
Price: $230.99
Sistine Chapel Ceiling: Creation of Adam, 1510 (detail) Fine Art Print
Sistine Chapel Ceiling: Creation of Adam, 1510 (detail)
28" x 21"
+ Multiple Sizes
Price: $210.99
The Torment of Saint Anthony Fine Art Print
The Torment of Saint Anthony
16" x 20"
+ Multiple Sizes
Price: $160.99
The Last Judgement Fine Art Print
The Last Judgement
18" x 21"
+ Multiple Sizes
Price: $173.99
Sistine Chapel Ceiling: Haman Fine Art Print
Sistine Chapel Ceiling: Haman
28" x 21"
+ Multiple Sizes
Price: $209.99
Study for The Last Judgement Fine Art Print
Study for The Last Judgement
21" x 28"
+ Multiple Sizes
Price: $207.99
Sistine Chapel Adam Fine Art Print
Sistine Chapel Adam
20" x 23"
 
Price: $202.99
Sistine Chapel - Adam Fine Art Print
Sistine Chapel - Adam
12" x 14"
 
Price: $128.99
Madonna and Child with St. John, c.1495 Fine Art Print
Madonna and Child with St. John, c.1495
22" x 28"
+ Multiple Sizes
Price: $215.99
Sistine Chapel: God Dividing the Waters and Earth Fine Art Print
Sistine Chapel: God Dividing the Waters and Earth
28" x 21"
+ Multiple Sizes
Price: $209.99
Conversion of St. Paul Fine Art Print
Conversion of St. Paul
23" x 22"
+ Multiple Sizes
Price: $191.99
Figure Study Fine Art Print
Figure Study
22" x 26"
+ Multiple Sizes
Price: $207.99
Study of Lazarus and two Attendant Figure Fine Art Print
Study of Lazarus and two Attendant Figure
22" x 28"
+ Multiple Sizes
Price: $214.99
Study of a Male and Female Nude Fine Art Print
Study of a Male and Female Nude
28" x 22"
+ Multiple Sizes
Price: $213.99
Study of Three Crosses Fine Art Print
Study of Three Crosses
22" x 28"
+ Multiple Sizes
Price: $213.99
Study of a Head Fine Art Print
Study of a Head
20" x 28"
+ Multiple Sizes
Price: $204.99
Study of a Head Fine Art Print
Study of a Head
22" x 28"
+ Multiple Sizes
Price: $213.99
Studies of Male Nudes Fine Art Print
Studies of Male Nudes
26" x 22"
+ Multiple Sizes
Price: $204.99
Madonna and Child Fine Art Print
Madonna and Child
16" x 28"
+ Multiple Sizes
Price: $179.99
The Fall of Phaethon, 1533 Fine Art Print
The Fall of Phaethon, 1533
21" x 28"
+ Multiple Sizes
Price: $211.99
Torso Study Fine Art Print
Torso Study
22" x 24"
+ Multiple Sizes
Price: $198.99
Figure Study Fine Art Print
Figure Study
18" x 28"
+ Multiple Sizes
Price: $190.99
The Virgin Annunciate, c.1546 Fine Art Print
The Virgin Annunciate, c.1546
20" x 28"
+ Multiple Sizes
Price: $205.99
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As sculptor, painter, architect, poet and engineer, Michelangelo di Lodovico Buonarroti Simoni, (6 March 1475 – 18 February 1564) stands as the archetype of the Renaissance genius, with a talent that transcends time and continues to influence and inspire contemporary artists. Michelangelo began his career in Florence in 1488, as an apprentice in the studio of Domenico Ghirlandaio. He quickly moved to the Medici Court in Florence where he gained an appreciation for classical sculpture and humanist philosophy that shaped and influenced his work. After the death of his patron, Lorenzo de Medici, the artist traveled to Bologna and Rome, continually refining his brilliant technique and establishing his reputation as a dominant force in the arts. In May of 1508, Michelangelo accepted a commission from Pope Julius II to paint the Vatican's Sistine Chapel ceiling. Initially, Michelangelo was reluctant to accept the commission, regarding himself a sculptor, but his initial trepidations faded and he began the project in early 1509. Using the centuries-old technique of fresco, Michelangelo worked at a feverish pace under exceptionally adverse conditions. The ceiling decoration devised by Michelangelo consisted of a series of illusionistic architectural elements that frame figures and narrative scenes derived from the Old Testament. Completed four years later in 1512, the ceiling marked the summit of the artist's career as a painter and sealed his reputation as the greatest painter of the High Renaissance. The controversial restoration of the ceiling, begun in 1980, has dramatically transformed its appearance, revealing a dazzling array of color, renewing interest in Michelangelo as a colorist. Although the artist devoted the last thirty years of his life almost exclusively to architecture, his powerful paintings remained enormously influential, and continue to stand among the supreme masterpieces of art history.
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