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Michelangelo: da Vinci's successor
My Definition Of Humanism
Like da Vinci, Michelangelo was a renaissance man, he was a painter, sculptor, poet, architect and engineer. He lived in Italy from March 6 1475 and died February 18, 1564.
I, Michelangelo was most famous for my sculptures: Pieta and David, but my most recognizable masterpiece, was painting the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel in Vatican City for the Pope. It was while painting the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel when I said, "My stomach is thrust toward my chin, my beard curls up towards the sky, my head leans right over onto my back... the brush endlessly dripping onto my face." I sacrificed my time and effort painting the CEILING! I never saw da Vinci paint a ceiling. Without me, no one would have heard of The Sistine Chapel, I put it on the map. AND I refused pay for my masterpiece. That's right, REFUSED PAY, from the Pope.
In my book, humanism, or a humanist, is a human. Someone who cares for the well being of the human race, and tries to contribute to make it better. Michelangelo did, by creating art, and painting the most famous religious image: The Creation of Adam
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