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Vida de miguel angel buonarroti/ The Life of Miguel Angel Buonarroti
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Ascanio Condivi — 10 December was an Italian painter and writer. Generally regarded as a mediocre artist, he is primarily remembered as the biographer of Michelangelo. He moved to Rome circa , where he became an acquaintance of Michelangelo. In he published Vita di Michelagnolo [ sic ] Buonarroti ,  an authorised account of Michelangelo's life over which his subject had complete control. The Vita was partly a rebuttal of hostile rumours that were being perpetuated about the artist, namely that he was arrogant, avaricious, jealous of other artists, and reluctant to take on pupils. Condivi's Vita denies that Michelangelo was indebted to any other artist and claims that he was self-taught he was in fact a pupil of Domenico Ghirlandaio.
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