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Getting To Know Michelangelo

25 minutes 12 seconds

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The Italian Renaissance is one of the most important periods in all art history, and Michelangelo is one of its most important artists. Combining historic fact and cartoon humor, this video introduces Michelangelo’s life and times, from his Florentine childhood to his career as a sculptor, painter, and architect in Rome. Part of Getting To Know Artists Series.

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Runtime: 25 minutes 12 seconds

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    Cathy G. (Layton, UT)
    February 25th, 2021 at 12:12 AM

    This was a very engaging video for my 6th graders. The art was shown in an age appropriate manner.