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Ancora imparo, engraved by William Blake, illustration from Lectures on Painting

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Ancora imparo, engraved by William Blake, illustration from Lectures on Painting

XJF701454 Ancora imparo, engraved by William Blake, illustration from Lectures on Painting by Henry Fuseli, published 1801 (engraving) by Buonarroti, Michelangelo (1475-1564) (after); Private Collection; (add.info.: I am still learning. An elderly Michelangelo standing before the Colosseum. Henry Fuseli (1741a'1825) was a Swiss writer on art. William Blake (1757a'1827).); Italian, out of copyright

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Colosseum Genius Michelangelo Old Age Self Portrait Bearded Old Man


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Ancora Imparo - A Timeless Pursuit of Knowledge

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. In this photo print, we are transported back in time to witness the profound wisdom and eternal thirst for knowledge embodied by the great Michelangelo. Engraved by the visionary William Blake, this illustration from Lectures on Painting by Henry Fuseli captures a poignant moment in history. Here, an elderly Michelangelo stands before the majestic Colosseum, his figure exuding both strength and vulnerability. Clad in Renaissance attire and leaning on a walking stick, he symbolizes the timeless pursuit of learning that transcends age and era. The bearded artist's self-portrait reflects not only his physical appearance but also his inner depth and artistic genius. As he gazes into the distance with contemplation etched upon his face, one can almost sense him whispering those immortal words: "Ancora imparo" - I am still learning. This powerful image serves as a reminder that no matter how accomplished or experienced one may become, there is always room for growth and discovery. It encapsulates Michelangelo's unwavering dedication to honing his craft throughout his life. Through this print, we are invited to reflect upon our own journey of lifelong learning. Just like Michelangelo standing before Rome's iconic Colosseum, let us embrace every opportunity to expand our horizons and deepen our understanding of ourselves and the world around us.

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