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Its written in a letter format from another artist very creative Excellent A Dearest Michelangelo It is with most sincere gratitude that I send this letter to you I would first off like to immensely thank you for praising my works at the Florence Babtistery I would like to especially thank you for coining the name Gates of Paradise I cannot thank you enough This recognition has brought me great success and without your comments I would not be where I am today I am also writing this letter to you to express to you just how much I admire what you have done at the Sistine Chapel I am not just saying this because you applauded my works It is with utmost sincerity that I say this to you I believe that Pope Julius made the best decision he could have possibly made My particular favorite piece is Creation of Adam Although any of the others is worthy of heavens walls too My favorite part of Creation of Adam is how God and Adams fingers seem to touch in a flash of light Many of our colleagues may disagree with the way you depicted God in human form but I think you were dead on Another specific piece included on the Chapel ceiling that I especially love is The Flood To me it creates a certain hysteria that isnt included in the popular belief of the story All the peasants scurrying for their lives it really adds something to the story I have heard that you couldnt make mistakes while painting because it was a fresco I assume these rumors are correct because I would expect nothing less than perfection from you I have also heard that you did this almost entirely alone with helpers only to mix paint and lay plaster Such a feat as the Chapel ceiling is amazing
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