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Botón de arte: "El nacimiento de Venus" de Botticelli

Botón de arte: "El nacimiento de Venus" de Botticelli

By Today Is Art Day

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Agregue el estilo del arte a su chaqueta o mochila con estos coloridos botones inspirados en El nacimiento de Venus de Botticelli. 1¼ pulgada (3,175 cm) de diámetro.
  • Vinilo duradero e impermeable.
  • Impreso a todo color vibrante
  • Respaldo adhesivo fuerte

Product Details

  • Product type: Sticker
  • Shipping Dimensions: 5.5 × 3.5
    (14.0 × 8.9 cm)
  • Shipping Weight: 0.01 lb (0.1 oz; 3 g)
  • SKU010007742

About the Artist, Sandro Boticelli

Michelangelo was a renowned Renaissance artist born on March 6, 1475, in Italy. He was not just a sculptor but also a painter, architect, and poet. His full name was Michelangelo di Lodovico Buonarroti Simoni.

From a young age, Michelangelo showed a talent for art. He apprenticed with famous artists and soon gained recognition for his exceptional sculptures. One of his most famous early works was the statue of "David," a magnificent marble sculpture that showcased his skill in capturing human anatomy with incredible detail.

He also painted the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel in the Vatican, which became one of his most celebrated masterpieces. The ceiling is adorned with breathtaking frescoes depicting stories from the Bible.

Michelangelo was passionate about his work and had a strong dedication to perfection. His art reflected his deep understanding of the human form and emotions. He believed that sculpting and painting were ways to reveal the beauty of God's creation.

Throughout his life, Michelangelo created numerous sculptures, paintings, and architectural designs. His works, including the sculpture of "Pieta" and the frescoes in the Sistine Chapel, are admired for their beauty and technical brilliance.

Michelangelo's legacy as a brilliant artist and visionary continues to inspire artists and art enthusiasts worldwide. He passed away on February 18, 1564, leaving behind an enduring imprint on the world of art.

About Today Is Art Day

Today is Art Day ha estado acercando la historia del arte a sus fanáticos de maneras innovadoras desde 2014.

Desde sus inicios como una fuente de redes sociales, Today is Art Day se ha convertido en un popular curador de historia del arte para una comunidad en crecimiento de más de 125.000 seguidores.

Además de brindar una dosis diaria en línea de historia del arte salpicada de datos divertidos e intrigantes, Today is Art Day se esfuerza por hacer de cada día un día del arte gracias a su línea de productos coleccionables innovadores y divertidos inspirados en grandes obras maestras y artistas a lo largo de la historia.

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