Detailed Description of a Forthcoming Essay: Michelangelo and Blake The following paper is a brief description of a forthcoming essay that looks at the works of two different artists who happen to be focusing upon the creation theme embodied by the Hebrew Bible or Old Testament. A look at both Michelangelo and William Blake will be encompassed in the following few pages. Furthermore, the paper will outline how the artist interprets the biblical source material and the story used by each artist will be identified. What will become manifest is that each representational artwork ties into the narrative of the Hebrew Bible (Genesis 2:5-7) in the sense that the intimate connection between God and man is made plain to one and all; the Blake...The end:
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