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BuonarrotiMichelangeloCriticism, interpretation, etcJuvenile worksBiographyCatalogsBiography Pictorial worksPictorial worksChronologyText and numerous color and and black-and-white reproductions present the work of the artist, describe his career achievements, and his personal life+-+1088645635122312ocn040242784book19980.27Wallace, William EMichelangelo : the complete sculpture, painting, architectureCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographyPictorial works"With an engaging text by renowned Michelangelo scholar William E. Wallace, Michelangelo: The Complete Sculpture, Painting, Architecture brings together in one exquisite volume the powerful sculptures, the awe-inspiring paintings, and the classical architectural works of one of the greatest artists of all time. Including everything from his sculptures Piet?s and David to his beautiful paintings of the Sistine Chapel and the Doni Tondo, the book provides an opportunity to view Michelangelo?s work as never before, and to more fully understand the artist who, through his work, spoke of his life and times. The frescoes are specially printed on onion skin paper to recreate the actual appearance of light reflecting off of the plaster walls. The stunning black-and-white photography of the sculptures is printed in four colors to bring out the rich details of the marble." -- from publisher's website+-+425781833532498410ocn070804159book19990.17Chapman, HugoMichelangeloCriticism, interpretation, etcJuvenile worksBiographyA study of Michelangelo's drawings held in the collections of the British Museum. These drawings range from unfinished sketches to studies of some of his most famous works such as the Sistine chapel ceiling and the Last Judgment+-+113766558596510ocn019413617book19880.39Hirst, MichaelMichelangelo and his drawingsCriticism, interpretation, etc"Michelangelo was a master draftsman whose striking and powerful drawings are not only an important part of his artistic heritage in their own right but are also a means of viewing his designs that have not otherwise survived. In this book Michael Hirst describes and analyzes Michelangelo`s drawings in light of the many purposes for which the artist made them, thereby reaching for the first time a full understanding of their character and appearance. The product of thirty years of careful thought and examination of the original drawings, it provides the reader with new insights into the working methods and the mental processes of one of the most original of all artists."--Publisher description+-+214295558532482011ocn300722328book20090.32Wallace, William EMichelangelo : the artist, the man, and his timesBiographyOverview: Michelangelo is universally recognized to be one of the greatest artists of all time. In this vividly written biography, William E. Wallace offers a substantially new view of the artist. Not only a supremely gifted sculptor, painter, architect, and poet, Michelangelo was also an aristocrat who firmly believed in the ancient and noble origins of his family. The belief in his patrician status fueled his lifelong ambition to improve his family's financial situation and to raise the social standing of artists. Michelangelo's ambitions are evident in his writing, dress, and comportment, as well as in his ability to befriend, influence, and occasionally say "no" to popes, kings, and princes. Written from the words of Michelangelo and his contemporaries, this biography not only tells his own stories but also brings to life the culture and society of Renaissance Florence and Rome. Not since Irving Stone's novel The Agony and the Ecstasy has there been such a compelling and human portrayal of this remarkable yet credible human individual+-+944666670578010ocn062354823book20050.37Chapman, HugoMichelangelo drawings : closer to the masterExhibition catalogsOne of the most creative and influential artists in the history of art, Michelangelo (1475-1564) was a prolific sculptor, painter, architect, and draftsman whose drawing practice was essential to his work in all media. This important and beautiful book focuses on more than ninety Michelangelo drawings executed in red and black chalk and pen and ink. In the accompanying text, distinguished art historian Hugo Chapman examines the remarkable array of works and discusses how the act of drawing figured prominently in the evolution of Michelangelo's career. An introductory chapter discusses Michelangelo's contemporary fame, his training and choice of techniques, and the role of drawing in the genesis of his paintings, sculptures, and architecture. The author also describes the artist's frugal use of paper, explaining how he often recycled letters and drawings (working on both the front and back of the sheet) throughout his career. Organized chronologically, the book looks at Michelangelo's early development in Florence and Rome, his accomplishments as papal artist for the Sistine Chapel ceiling with its preparatory studies, and his drawings for the tomb of Julius II, the Medici tombs, the Laurentian library, and the Last judgement. The fascinating history of the fate of Michelangelo's drawings after his death is also explored in detail. From pen studies made when Michelangelo was in his early twenties to the visionary Crucifixion scenes carried out shortly before his death six decades later, this essential book testifies to the fundamental importance of drawing in the work of this great Renaissance master.--Book jacket+-+42966655857718ocn001689188book19750.50Steinberg, LeoMichelangelo's last paintings : the Conversion of St. Paul and the Crucifixion of St. Peter in the Cappella Paolina, Vatican Palace7583ocn039042891book19980.28Beck, James HThree worlds of MichelangeloCriticism, interpretation, etcThe personalities of artists often lie hidden behind veils of fact, myth, and hearsay. Seizing on clues found in hundreds of contemporary documents, many in the artist's own hand, a scholar-detective redefines Michelangelo from his earliest relationships to the days of his heroic labor on the Sistine Chapel. In James Beck's account, three men perceived and helped shape Michelangelo's creative powers. His stern father, Lodovico, instilled in him a rigorous work ethic. Their relationship, however, would be defined by bitterness: Lodovico longed for his son to train for a lucrative occupation, perhaps as a merchant or a lawyer, vigorously opposing Michelangelo's desire to become a painter. Even after Michelangelo achieved fame, he wrote Lodovico that "all the difficulties I have undergone, I always did for your love." At a critical juncture in Michelangelo's youth, support came from the most powerful man in Florence, the imperious ruler Lorenzo de'Medici. In his late twenties, Michelangelo began his third crucial alliance, this time with the recently elected Pope Julius II, in Rome. Three Worlds of Michelangelo offers an entirely new approach to understanding the mind, temperament, and sexuality of an unparalleled artist who, even in his own time, was called divine+-+797095848572313ocn022450593book19910.47Michelangelo BuonarrotiThe poetry of Michelangelo : an annotated translationCriticism, interpretation, etcThe only available bilingual edition of the more than 300 sonnetts, madrigals, and other poems produced by Michelangelo. --Yale University Press+-+74500555853247132ocn505419568book20100.24Spike, John TYoung Michelangelo : the path to the Sistine : [a biography]BiographySpike covers the full range of Michelangelo's early years and explores the overwhelming influence that his charismatic personality had upon his contemporaries and followers. He traces Michelangelo's development into a master sculptor, probes his involvement in the most troubling controversies of his age, and recreates Florence and Rome with vivid sketches+-+K1170101356783ocn495272222book20110.27Hirst, MichaelMichelangelo : volume 1, the achievement of fame, 1475-1534BiographyVolume 1 is the first book in a two-volume history of the great artist; it covers his early life and rise to prominence in Italy. This study of Michelangelo's extraordinary career follows the artist from his apprenticeship in Ghirlandaio's workshop to his definitive move to Rome in 1534, when at the age of fifty-nine, he left behind his native Florence, never to return. During these years he created such outstanding works as the marble Pietà, the giant marble David, commissioned for the cathedral in Florence, the Sistine ceiling frescoes and the new sacristy and library for the Medici family at San Lorenzo. He also began the monumental tomb for Pope Julius II in Rome, and he became one of the most sought-after artists of all time. Written by a Michelangelo scholar, this informative account benefits from recent archival discoveries and restorations, and is enriched by material from the long-awaited editions of the artist's correspondence and artistic contracts. The wealth of new information enables fresh light to be shed on the genesis of Michelangelo's works in sculpture, painting and architecture, and on his complex psychological relations with his family, friends, and powerful patrons.--From book jacket, v.16714ocn010446370book19820.33Baldini, UmbertoThe sculpture of Michelangelo65042ocn000345363book18680.63Michelangelo BuonarrotiThe sonnets of Michael Angelo Buonarroti6485ocn236314480book20080.21Graham-Dixon, AndrewMichelangelo and the Sistine ChapelCriticism, interpretation, etcIllustrationsIn his new study of Michelangelo's work in the Sistine Chapel, Andrew Graham-Dixon tells the fascinating human story behind its creation. He analyses its many layers of meaning and teases out the multitude of ambiguities that lurk within its imagery of timeless magnificence+-+53184875166404ocn031536939book19940.53Hirst, MichaelThe young MichelangeloCriticism, interpretation, etcExhibition catalogs+-+708615558532460419ocn001321412book19630.33Michelangelo BuonarrotiComplete poems and selected lettersRecords and correspondence+-+19785564155975ocn529958087book20100.50Barkan, LeonardMichelangelo : a life on paperCriticism, interpretation, etc"Michelangelo is best known for great artistic achievements, but overlooked is the sheets composed with his own words. Here we can read the artist's marginal notes to his masterpieces; workaday memos to assistants and pupils; poetry and letters; and personal expressions of ambition and despair. This book will examine this intriguing interplay of words and images, providing insight into his life and work as never before."-- Publisher description+-+81129664155705ocn057349136book20050.31Hall, JamesMichelangelo and the reinvention of the human bodyCriticism, interpretation, etc"In this study, the art critic James Hall explores the body-language of Michelangelo's figures, and his preoccupation with the male nude. He answers many of the major puzzles - his stern Madonnas and their lack of maternal feeling; his concern with colossal scale and size; his passion for anatomical dissection; the meaning of the drawings made for his young lover Tommaso da Cavalieri. By asking basic questions about Michelangelo and his times, Hall sheds dramatic new light on many of his most familiar works, including the statue of David and the narratives of the Sistine Chapel ceiling, and his haunting late images of the dead Christ." "This book re-assesses the popular idea of Michelangelo as an artist-superman possessed of titanic mental and physical powers, and the long-held view of him as brilliant but unbalanced, obsessed with the male nude. Hall sees him as the first artist to put the unadorned human body centre stage, giving him a profound relevance to our own time, in which visual artists and writers are so fixated on 'the body'. If we really want to understand our own culture, he argues, we need to understand Michelangelo. This new study offers us a way to do so."--BOOK JACKET+-+78335792855602ocn042736408book20000.66Nagel, Alexander KMichelangelo and the reform of artCriticism, interpretation, etcArt"Concentrating on Michelangelo's lifelong preoccupation with the image of the dead Christ, Alexander Nagel studies the artist's associations with reform-minded circles in early sixteenth-century Italy and his sustained concern over the fate of religious art in his own day. A reassessment of Michelangelo's work, this revisionist study sheds new light on High Renaissance and Mannerist art as a whole."--BOOK JACKET+-+87471167055549ocn000044446book19660.29Michelangelo BuonarrotiThe complete paintings of Michelangelo13335310ocn001179755book18950.24Michelangelo BuonarrotiMichelangeloCriticism, interpretation, etcJuvenile worksBiographyCatalogsBiography Pictorial worksPictorial worksChronologyDeals principally with the paintings of Michelangelo as represented in the Sistine Chapel of the Vatican+-+8468177235518160ocn000290570book19580.21Stone, IrvingThe agony and the ecstasy : a novel of MichelangeloHistoryBiographyFictionBiographical fictionA novel of Michelangelo who was the creator of David, painter of the Sistine ceiling, and architect of the dome of St. Peter's+-+2086266095399826ocn000711977book19660.22Coughlan, RobertThe world of Michelangelo, 1475-1564HistoryBiographyLavishly illustrated account of the life, career, achievements and times of the greatest Renaissance genius, Michelangelo, with background information on other artists of that era355317ocn050961024book20020.21King, RossMichelangelo & the Pope's ceilingHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcIllustrationsIn 1508, despite strong advice to the contrary ... Pope Julius II commissioned Michelangelo Buonarroti to paint the ceiling of the newly restored Sistine Chapel in Rome. [This book] recounts the ... story of the four ... years [Michelangelo] spent laboring over the twelve thousand square feet of the ... ceiling while the power politics and personal rivalries [of Rome battled around him]+-+0048627535329220ocn758334877com20050.35Müntz, EugèneMichelangeloCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographyThe name Michelangelo instantly conjures up the Sistine Chapel, Apollo, Jupiter and countless other great works. In his novel, The Italian Painting, Stendhal remarked that, "Between Greek antiquity and Michelangelo, nothing exists except more or less skilled forgeries". In Promenade in Rome, Chateaubriant expresses his admiration for the refined lines of the Pieta. A number of great writers such as Manzoni view Michelangelo as one of the indisputable Masters of the western revival in art. The work of Michelangelo has, indisputably, stood the test of time. How is it possible that in just a few+-+2594044036300060ocn001264049book19530.28Michelangelo BuonarrotiMichelangelo, paintings, sculptures, architectureBiographyCatalogsReproduces and annotates every work of Michelangelo except his drawings, For other editions, see Author Catalog+-+5147839625252616ocn000518110book19000.27Michelangelo BuonarrotiThe complete work of MichelangeloThis is the most magnificent and most comprehensive volume ever published on Michelangelo and his work. It is a companion volume to the monumental work on Leonardo da Vinci published in 1956, of which there are now over 150,000 in print. Michelangelo and Leonardo were the two great geniuses of the Italian Renaissance and this book, like the one on Leonardo, brings the full scope of the artist's achievements vividly to life. Compiled by outstanding Michelangelo scholars under the direction of Mario Salmi of the University of Rome and Vice President of the Council of Antiquities and Fine Arts, this volume covers the entire range of Michelangelo under eight general headings. This magnificent volume measures 11 inches by 15 inches and contains 600 pages of text and 1040 gravure plates and 32 plates in full color. - Jacket flap230145ocn000517334book19610.53Ackerman, James SThe architecture of Michelangelo+-+859755177522064ocn042733770book20000.06Stanley, DianeMichelangeloJuvenile worksBiographyA biography of the Renaissance sculptor, painter, architect, and poet, well known for his work on the Sistine Chapel in Rome's St. Peter's Cathedral+-+486670515521444ocn042855078com19970.35Barnes, Bernadine AnnMichelangelo's Last Judgment the Renaissance responseCriticism, interpretation, etcIn this lively, original book, illustrated with photographs of the recently restored work, Barnes analyzes the Last Judgment and the historical context in which it was created and received. She broadens our view of Michelangelo and his creative process and offers new insight into one of his greatest works+-+449057570520538ocn029255028book19920.27Hirst, MichaelThe Sistine Chapel : a glorious restorationCriticism, interpretation, etcContains nearly three hundred photographs taken by Takashi Okamura showing the entire Ceiling, individual panels showing such scenes as the Creation of Adam and the Deluge, and details of prophets, sibyls, nudes, and other stunning figures+-+0593845635187852ocn000512464book18930.39Symonds, John AddingtonThe life of Michelangelo BuonarrotiBiography+-+9661877635165110ocn003137226book19640.27Mariani, ValerioMichelangelo, the painterCriticism, interpretation, etcReproductions of Michelangelo's paintings in color plates. Includes an accompanying text and chronology14484ocn039045050book19980.33Michelangelo BuonarrotiThe complete poems of Michelangelo"Michelangelo studied and wrote poetry throughout his life, frequently turning to it in times of emotional crisis or stress. His finest literary efforts are often allied with the masterworks of his visual art. As he labored in the Sistine Chapel with visions of the Last Judgment, he composed a series of passionate love sonnets. And while struggling, near the end of his life, to complete his final Pieta, he worked at religious poems anguished in their fervor. Indeed, the power of his verse seemed to grow with age, as if compensating for his diminishing physical strength." "Nims, an eminent poet in his own right, has translated the entire body of Michelangelo's poetry, from the artist's ardent twenties to his anguished and turbulent eighties."--BOOK JACKET+-+688535177513168ocn184704528file20050.50Colonna, VittoriaSonnets for MichelangeloWritten as a personal gift for her close friend Michelangelo Buonarroti, these sonnets reveal Vittoria Colonna at the height of her powers. Possessing an impeccable command of Petrarchan style & celebrated for her chaste and pious persona, Colonna was the most published woman writer of her time+-+964866177513023ocn023464141book19910.06Venezia, MikeMichelangeloJuvenile worksBiographyDescribes the life of the Italian Renaissance artist and examines some of his paintings and sculptures+-+384775160512973ocn000595450book19720.33LeBrooy, Paul JamesMichelangelo models formerly in the Paul von Praun Collection12669ocn000863281book19610.39Clements, Robert JMichelangelo's theory of art123310ocn000536137book19620.27Michelangelo BuonarrotiI, Michelangelo, sculptor; an autobiography through lettersBiographyRecords and correspondence121213ocn005239384book19450.28Murray, LindaMichelangeloBiographyContemporaries saw Michelangelo as the greatest artist of all times, recognizing in his creations an inspiration more divine than human. Today our appreciation of Michelangelo's sublime vision, and of his matchless gifts as sculptor, painter, architect and poet, has been strengthened and enriched by the perspective of four centuries. And Michelangelo himself has become the archetype of genius--dedicated, solitary, single-minded, tormented, harassed, unsatisfied and undefeated. In this lucid and authoritative survey, Linda Murray explores the political and religious context of his career, the recurring themes in the work, and the complex symbolism and iconography of his greatest masterpieces+-+4926575505+-+2142955585324+-+2142955585324Fri Mar 21 15:34:55 EDT 2014batch244726