michelangelo artwork | Conversion of Saint Paul. 1542-1545. Frescoes. Pauline Chapel, Vatican

michelangelo artwork | Conversion of Saint Paul. 1542-1545. Frescoes. Pauline Chapel, Vatican

These rarely seen drawings on the chamber walls may have been created when the famed artist took refuge from the Medici family in 1530.

These rarely seen drawings on the chamber walls may have been created when the famed artist took refuge from the Medici family in 1530.

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Michelangelo. I think this is symbolic that God has his finger stretched out, yet Adam has his limp which symbolizes that if we want God, all we have to do is reach out to him.

Michelangelo. I think this is symbolic that God has his finger stretched out, yet Adam has his limp which symbolizes that if we want God, all we have to do is reach out to him.

Sistine Chapel Beautiful art by Michelangelo. See below comments on how to navigate. It's an amazing bit of technology that you would never see in person, and you would NEVER be alone in the room. It is ALWAYS VERY CROWDED and of course you can't see Michelangelo's artwork close up as you can here. This is especially spectacular if you have a large high-definition screen!

Sistine Chapel Beautiful art by Michelangelo. See below comments on how to navigate. It's an amazing bit of technology that you would never see in person, and you would NEVER be alone in the room. It is ALWAYS VERY CROWDED and of course you can't see Michelangelo's artwork close up as you can here. This is especially spectacular if you have a large high-definition screen!

More than thirty years after their discovery, these rarely seen 'Michelangelo' drawings in Florence have been revealed in breathtaking photos captured by photographer Paolo Woods.

Secret room found in Florence contains 'lost' Michelangelo artwork

More than thirty years after their discovery, these rarely seen 'Michelangelo' drawings in Florence have been revealed in breathtaking photos captured by photographer Paolo Woods.

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