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by Michelangelo Buonarroti
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Our wooden holiday ornaments are 1/2" thick, approximately 4" tall, and include a string for easy hanging and a magnet on the back for use on refrigerators. Ornaments are available in six different shapes, including: stars, hearts, bells, trees, ovals, and stockings.
This is one of the works of the Frescoes in the Sistine Chapel. Michelangelo Buonarroti, who died in Rome in 1564 at the age of 89 years, was... more
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This is one of the works of the Frescoes in the Sistine Chapel. Michelangelo Buonarroti, who died in Rome in 1564 at the age of 89 years, was commissioned by Pope Julius II della Rovere in 1508 to repaint the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel which had been frescoed earlier by Piero Matteo d'Amelia with a star-spangled sky. The masterwork was completed between 1508 and 1512.If you are interested in commissioning an oil painting on canvas of this art print, please send me an email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Troy Caperton was born in San Antonio, Texas in 1949. Raised in South Louisiana from 1953, he graduated from Baylor University in 1976 and pursued a Masters in History at the University of Louisiana until 1988 when he moved to Austin, Texas. For over ten years Caperton has been selling his original art and reproductions of original work and the masters through various portals on the Internet. One of his works won a Jurorís Prize at Austinís Art Erotica in 2010. He has always been employed in helping positions and continues to produce works for the enjoyment of the public.
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