Monday, March 13, 2006

GREAT RIP-OFF ARTIST2: Michaelangelo

"It is a uniquely styled monogram signature. It could either stand for Michelangelus Buonarrotus Facibat (Michelangelo Buonarroti made this) or Michelangelo Buonarroti Florentine,"

"This explains why the Marcialla fresco does not resemble his more famous classical inspired imagery found on the Sistine Vault. Just as Michelangelo copied the style of the ancient Greeks in his sculpture, he also emulated Giotto, Donatello and other masters of the Trecento in the period prior to his departure to Rome in 1496," Schoen said.

He would have freely adapted the central elements of Giotto's composition and executed it in a pseudo-Trecento style.

If a Mickey mouse artist like Michealangelo can do it, then so can Picasso. And so can you. Fuck those SaFa's. [KingEditor getting belligerant now.

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