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LIVE CLASS HELD IN-PERSON for adults ages 50 and older!
During his life, Michelangelo was believed to have the gift of divinity. Both he and his contemporaries thought this was true, and who today would argue with them? After six centuries his art still impresses us with his monumental range and his originality. In the fields of sculpture, painting, and architecture he made important contributions that immediately influenced all artists and architects that followed. His sculptures of David, Moses, and the Medici Chapel influenced Rodin, his paintings in the Sistine Chapel initiated Mannerism, and his architectural creations in Rome and Florence can be seen in almost any state building around the world. If his life and art were an agony to him, it has been an ecstasy for viewers ever since.
Date & Time:
September 16, 2021
LCCC Main Campus
Spitzer Conference Center, SP 219
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Jennifer Krupa, email@example.com
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