A survey, illustrated by representative works, of the major developments in art and architecture during the latter half of the 15th and the first half of the 16th centuries.tion was the finest reflection of purity of soul. ... Michelangelo felt that aquot;the unsullied bloom of youth . . . may have been miraculously wrought to convince the world of the virginity and perpetual purity of the Mother.aquot; The fact was that, ... He saved his money to reestablish the Buonarroti family, and that he did, buying a fine house and several properties in Florence. ... David, by Michelangelo Buonarroti lenge.
|Title||:||Art of the High Renaissance|
|Author||:||Ariane Ruskin Batterberry|