To what extent did Michelangelo imitate nature in his sculptures
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In Michelangelo's art world, naturalism is a very important and obvious aesthetic pursuit. Regarding this feature, both Vasari and Condivi mentioned in the biography of Michelangelo. Especially in his sculptures, the use and understanding of natural elements have multiple levels and deep expressions. Through the study of to what extent did Michelangelo imitate nature in his sculptures, we could have a more in-depth and comprehensive understanding of Michelangelo’s artistic theory and achievements, thereby helping to better understand the greatest artist in the world.
Michelangelo, Sculptures, Naturalistic, Renaissance