When most of us think of Michelangelo, we likely think of the artist who painted the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel or the sculptor of that other masterpiece, the David. But the Renaissance man was also an architect, engineer and a prolific poet. And he had a biting, Tuscan humor.
Art historian William Wallace has been studying Michelangelo for forty years and he continues to be fascinated by the man and the artist. Wallace will present two public lectures in Rochester this week.
Click on the LISTEN link above to hear a conversation with professor Wallace, author of Michelangelo: The Artist, the Man and His Times.