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Michael J. Bazyler,
Michelangelo is unanimously considered to be the greatest of all of the Renaissance artists.
An enigmatic man and a giant artistic force - IMO - Michelangelo must have been a literal workaholic judging by the incredible output of his paintings and sculptures.
This "Love & Death" art-tour documentary takes the viewer on a 90-minute excursion through the chapels and museums of both Florence and Rome, and, then, it's onto the Vatican to closely explore, in vivid detail, the brilliant artistic mastery of Michelangelo inside the Sistine Chapel.
For those of you interested in viewing classic art of the most awesome in nature - I certainly recommend this first-rate presentation to one, and all.
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