See the largest Michelangelo exhibition in history in New York City

Nov 27, 2017 774

To immerse yourself in the works of Michelangelo, legendary 15-16th-century Italian sculptor, painter, and architect, make for cities like Rome to marvel at the Sistine Chapel and the Pietà, or Florenceto examine the genius of his David. And now, thanks to a new exhibition at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, art lovers can now add New York City to that list too.

Michelangelo: Divine Draftsman and Designer is the largest collection of the artist’s works ever assembled, with 128 drawings, 3 marble sculptures, his earliest painting, and a wood architectural model for a chapel vault. Alongside this collection, there are paintings and other works by Michelangelo’s contemporaries, including teachers and pupils, as well as other artists who were influenced by him. 

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