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Does Michelangelos talent still reflect after the Restorations in the Sistine Chapel I asked myself this question after I watched the video and I dont believe that it does Michelangelo is known for his talent in figure drawing and shadowing after the restorations his shadowing the character of his art was gone I asked myself another question should he still get credited for this art work Yes I think he should because even though his main talent has been hidden his idea is still there Just not so vividly I agree and disagree with the restorations for different reasons I agree because his work is admired by millions and it is showing great interest trying to save these paintings I disagree because these paintings are being admired by so many people and people pay money to see his paintings Why pay money to see them if it is clear that the paintings did not reveal his talent and hard work as they did before Seeing how the restorations were done at the end of the video was alot better than the methods of restoring had been Removing all of the glue and varnish from the past was a good idea and then patching up the areas that needed it and doing it consistantly and using the same style he does makes the paintings reveal Michelangelos talent and the charactaristics of his characters Marking and bringing it to attention which areas had the restorations applied to is a very good idea I think that by going about trying to get these portraits back to their original style was not only an appreciative thing to do but it also gained us knowledge of Michelangelo and his style of painting It revealed us a little more to know of Michelangelo and what went on during the time these paintings were painted
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