After Michelangelo

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2 Responses to “After Michelangelo”

  1. Frank D. Walsh Says:

    Excellent, Renaissance mun! Not only theater sets but I’ve for a while have seen how yr particular artwork can a real utility in the making and publishing impact in broadsides of esp. poetry, et al., in their traditional populist format. cf. the Robin Hood, Highwayman, broadside of the Medieval, say, carnivals and rural festivals.

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