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Michelangelo Defend my dead painting now, Giovanni, and my honor not being in a good place nor I a painter.
All his life Michelangelo professed to think of himself as a sculptor rather than a painter. In fact he was not a painter in the sense of such great artist as the Dutch and Flemish painters of the seventeenth century. Michelangelo used to say that sculpture was the lantern of panting, and the difference was like the sun and moon. Michelangelo believed sculpture required more judgment and precision, it was harder work. Even in his old age he disliked the manual arts and a distaste for painting. He signed all of his work Michelangelo the sculptor.
Yet, of all Michelangelo's more ambitious pr…
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