How did Michelangelo influence the Renaissance?


Michelangelo influenced the Renaissance by his level and quality of Art he produced during that period. He painted the Sistine chapel, which incorporates 300 figures centered around the book of Genesis in the bible. He also is famous for the sculptor of ' David'.
Q&A Related to "How did Michelangelo influence the Renaissance..."
he painted naked people.
By painting/sculpting the human body in lifelike and realistic poses, depicting musculature in detail, and making his work emotionally available to the viewer.
Leonardo Da Vinci and Michelangelo di Lodovico Buonarroti Simoni have an historic rivalry that dates back to their early careers. Leonardo experimented in anatomy which allowed him
Mozart was born in 1756, and the Italian Renaissance is generally considered to have spanned the 13th Century to 1600 or thereabouts, so Mozart couldn't have influenced the Renaissance
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