Michelangelo Buonarroti, 1475-1564

This has the whole Romain Rolland 1912 biography as the Source to read:

Description Illustrations from The Life of Michael Angelo by Romain Rolland, translated by Frederic Lees: Monument of Lorenzo de’ Medici
Date
Source https://archive.org/details/lifeofmichaelang00roll (from JP2 files)
Author

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— I had to alter this a little, too gory:

Judgment of Emperor Otto diptych by Dieric Bouts, panel 1.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Panel 2 of the Judgment of Emperor Otto diptych by Dieric Bouts/direct bouts?

 

(note to myself to check Francisco da Urbino.)

Difficulty with the little “DIV” things. And I don’t know why I can’t fix it but it keeps going back to the line-spacing difficulty. I’m guessing that most of the black-haired people in this picture come from Me-kill-angelo and-or wherever exactly he’d come from, and thence onto today, that all the black-haired people all over the world come from the insane Me-kill-angelo. In this particular horror-diptych/painting-set I think the “monk” of the Julius II type on the left in the middle right behind the sword-arm is describing to someone offscreen either how much of the body-meat he’s requesting or else that the guy was “odd” in that he had too-large a male part, which in the second painting the guy’s (alleged) female to me appears to be giving a symbol of that private part to either the same executioner or a look-alike from the same spawn from a Me-kill-angelo descent-offspring. I’ll have to try to straighten out all these things taken straight from the Creative Commons or Wikipedia later.

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Dieric BoutsJustice of Emperor Otto III: Beheading of the Innocent Count and Ordeal by Fire wikidata:Q9019364
Artist
Dirk Bouts (Haarlem ca.1410 (?) – Leuven 1475) – Creator
Born in Haarlem. Dead in Leuven.
Details of artist on Google Art Project
Dieric Bouts: Justice of Emperor Otto III: Beheading of the Innocent Count and Ordeal by Fire
Title
Justice of Emperor Otto III: Beheading of the Innocent Count and Ordeal by Fire
Object type painting (panel)
Depicted people Otto III
Date (1471 – 1475)
Medium Oak
Dimensions Height: 3,235 mm (10.61 ft); Width: 1,820 mm (71.65 ″)
Accession number
1447-1448
Object history Purchased in 1861 (Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium, Brussels, inventory number : 1447-1448)
References
Source/Photographer 5AGtQbEd3j5HnA at Google Cultural Institute maximum zoom level
Other versions File:The Ordeal by Fire by Dierec Bouts the Older.jpg

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Public domain The author died in 1475, so this work is in the public domain in its country of origin and other countries and areas where the copyright term is the author’s life plus 100 years or less.


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Description
English: Portrait of Michelangelo Buonarroti, by Francisco de Holanda, in his Álbum dos Desenhos das Antigualhas (1538-1540).
Português: Retrato de Miguel Ângelo Buonarroti, por Francisco de Holanda, no seu Álbum dos Desenhos das Antigualhas (1538-1540).
Date between 1538 and 1540
Source LOUSA, Maria Teresa Viana (2013). Francisco de Holanda e a ascensão do pintor. Tese de doutoramento, Belas Artes, Universidade de Lisboa, Faculdade de Belas Artes, 2013
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Alexander Graham Bell and Thomas Watson, Mar. 21 1917, Bell receiving an award in NYC; from their in-house newsletter, Bell Telephone’s, and I figure the photo of this part of their page is fair use. Think I found through the
Google books. I’ll try to put a link to a file on Bell.

 

 

File:Miguel Ángel, por Daniele da Volterra.jpg

Daniele da VolterraMichelangelo Buonarroti wikidata:Q19911651
Artist
Daniele da Volterra: Michelangelo Buonarroti
Title
Michelangelo Buonarroti (1475–1564)
Object type painting
Description
Español: Miguel Ángel
Depicted people Michelangelo
Date Probably circa 1544
Medium oil on panel
Dimensions Height: 88.3 cm (34.7 ″); Width: 64.1 cm (25.2 ″)
Accession number
1977.384.1
Credit line Gift of Clarence Dillon, 1977
Source/Photographer The Collection Online, The Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Other versions Miguel Ángel, por Daniele da Volterra.jpg Miguel Ángel, por Daniele da Volterra (detalle).jpg Miguel Ángel, por Daniele da Volterra (detalle).jpg

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