maandag, september 09, 2019

Michelangelo Buonarroti #2









"Michelangelo bought this sprawling Tuscan villa in 1549, when he was working on designs for St Peter’s Basilica at the Vatican, and while it doesn’t come with any of his frescoes, it does come with the original deeds signed by the man himself.

The artist’s 10-bedroom home has undergone a top-to-toe restoration and features brick vaulted rooms with original stone fireplaces, tall ceilings – and even the original kitchen from the Sistine Chapel-painter’s time as custodian."
(bron: The Spaces)

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