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Michelangelo Painted Physiques, Not People

The more John Ruskin, the nineteenth-century art critic, thought about Michelangelo, the less he liked him. He knew there was no way around admitting Michelangelo’s excellence: no one could stand in the Sistine or the Medici Chapel without feeling awe … Continue reading

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