Michelangelo. Disegni di Casa Buonarroti

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In addition to the family archives, the Casa Buonarroti foundation also holds the world's largest collection of graphic works by Michelangelo: a priceless collection that, ranging from anatomy to architecture, bears witness to the fundamental role that drawing played in the artistic development of the Renaissance master.The book Michelangelo. Disegni da Casa Buonarroti presents a selection of these works - usually not on public display - which allow us to observe Michelangelo in his most varied aspects. In an unpublished essay, the director of Casa Buonarroti, Alessandro Cecchi, recounts the origins of the foundation and the historical events that have shaped the current state of the collection, and suggests a journey through the selected works by Michelangelo. The importance of anatomy is evident in the figure drawings, which also include some studies for the frescoes in the Sistine Chapel, while architectural studies reveal the plastic reinterpretation of classical elements at the base of Michelangelo's conception.
ISBN 9788875707767. Edizioni Corraini.
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In addition to the family archives, the Casa Buonarroti foundation also holds the world's largest collection of graphic works by Michelangelo: a priceless collection that, ranging from anatomy to architecture, bears witness to the fundamental role that drawing played in the artistic development of the Renaissance master.The book Michelangelo. Disegni da Casa Buonarroti presents a selection of these works - usually not on public display - which allow us to observe Michelangelo in his most varied aspects. In an unpublished essay, the director of Casa Buonarroti, Alessandro Cecchi, recounts the origins of the foundation and the historical events that have shaped the current state of the collection, and suggests a journey through the selected works by Michelangelo. The importance of anatomy is evident in the figure drawings, which also include some studies for the frescoes in the Sistine Chapel, while architectural studies reveal the plastic reinterpretation of classical elements at the base of Michelangelo's conception.
  • Author
    Alessandro Cecchi (ed.)
  • Publisher
    Edizioni Corraini
  • Release
    June 2019
  • Binding
    pb
  • Format
    48 pages. 21 x 28 cm
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