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William Shakespeare was a famous renaissance play writer and author. He created over 1700 words including bedroom, lonely, generous, gloomy, heartsick, hurry, and sneak.. Shakespeare created Romeo and Juliet, A Midsummer Night's Dream.
"Out of my works, Romeo And Juliet was probably my best work. It definitely reflected my humanitarian outlook. I really focused on real life, and love. Other works may have underlying religious intentions, but this was truly reflecting life."
Humanism was an intellectual movement focused on the here and now. Shakespeare was clearly a humanist. Even though some of his work was focused on the mythology of fairies, it was never about after death. His work may have contained death, but it all demonstrated the human experience.
Michelangelo was a brilliant artist. Even though he wasn't at the same level as Da Vinci, he made many incredible pieces. He is most memorable for his work on the cistene chapel. He wasn't just an artist, he was also an architect, sculptor, engineer, painter, and a poet. He also made an incredibly famous sculpture called, The David.
Michaelangelo's greatest work was the Sistine chapel. His work did not reflect a humanist perspective. His work was all about the bible. The work told the story of the bible for the illiterate. Being humanist is about the here and the now, but this was about religion, and the afterlife.
Some may say that Michelangelo was a humanst, but it is debatable. I believe he was not a humanist. His larger art pieces were all about religion. He spent years painting the story of the entire bible. This clearly showed he wasn't focused on the here and the now. His art portrayed the afterlife, instead of the living life.
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