However, it does not provide inner details of the circumstances surrounding his work. Specifically, the text is a friends narration of the Pope rewarding Michelangelo with great gifts and riches but does not give an…
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Therefore, the publicity value attached to the work facilitated the completion of each piece. The second text emphasizes that most of his work was for monetary gain. However, both books contain his work on Pope Julius. Nevertheless, the second book gives precise information on the artist’s working conditions. Specifically, it entails details on the delayed payments and the cost incurred by Michelangelo.
The first book describes Michelangelo as a genius of art since he could do creative things that young men of his age could not do. Additionally, it emphasizes on his high evaluation of his work to a point that he denied the Pope to see it. The second account focuses on the artist giving professional advice on the suitable location of the Apostles sculpture. Notably, this was a mastery decision that led to a widespread admiration for his
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