Was Michelangelo a Genius or is He still one?

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History

 

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Lois D

 

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September 22, 2014

 

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University

 

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He once said that “A man paints with his brains and not with his hands.” It is unknown to who he addressed sonnet 239, but the Delphic Sibyl was in Greco-Roman times a woman who made prophecies. Here both of his works contrast in a way that maybe he kept waiting all his for “The Delphic Sybil” to show him the path to his true love that is described in the sonnet...
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The only thing that can be assured about all of Michelangelo’s works is that as in Greco-Roman times, where the Gods were immortalized and idolized by temples and statues, he wanted all of his works to be everlasting. After carefully analyzing Michelangelo’s Delphic Sybil it is possible to conclude he might had hidden one bit of anatomy within his painting...
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