There we do not find any problem in spelling out some words about Michelangelo as we believe he was greatly regarded as the most eminent artist of the Italian Renaissance. Among his achievements are the David and Pieta statues and the Sistine Chapel frescoes. He was an Italian sculptor, artist, painter, designer, poet, and engineer of the high recovery who had exerted an unmatched influence on the development of Western sculpture. Despite making few forays beyond the arts, his flexibility and adaptability in the disciplines he took up the degree of such a high order that he was often considered a contender for the title of the archetypal Renaissance man.
Michelangelo was born some time back on March 06, 1475 at Caprese near Arezzo, Tuscany. The city Tuscany is a region in central Italy spreading over an area of about 27,000 square kilometres and an inhabitant of about 3.8 million inhabitants with regional capital is Florence. If you look back his family history you will find his family had remained associated with the bankers at Florence. Later on this bank had failed in carrying out their responsibilities, and as his father succeeded in getting Government job in Caprese, this is the same place where Michelangelo was born. At the time of birth of Michelangelo or later on his family was shifted to Florence, where we believe he was brought up. During the period of stay at Florence his mother had a prolong illness and later on she expired in 1481. It is believed he was at that time attaining 6 years.
After his mother death, Michelangelo was invited back to Rome by the newly elected Pope Julius II merely on the reason of commissioning to build the Pope’s tomb, where he was supposed to build forty statues and to be finished in five years time period. This job was looking after by pop himself and due to his interruption and inclusion of numerous other tasks as well on the tomb, Michelangelo remained associated there about forty years. Even today it was never finished up to the entire satisfaction. More over for information to our reader we like to inform them that it is located in the Church of S. Pietro in Vincoli in Rome and is considered to be most famous for the central figure of Moses, finished in 1516.