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Michelangelo, Pietà, 1498-1500, marble (Saint Peter’s Basilica, Rome) Speakers: Dr. Beth Harris and Dr. Steven Zucker.

The Pietà was a popular subject among northern european artists. It means Pity or Compassion, and represents Mary sorrowfully contemplating the dead body of her son which she holds on her lap. This sculpture was commissioned by a French Cardinal living in Rome.
Look closely and see how Michelangelo made marble seem like flesh, and look at those complicated folds of drapery. It is important here to remember how sculpture is made. It was a messy, rather loud process (which is one of the reasons that Leonardo claimed that painting was superior to sculpture!). Just like painters often mixed their own paint, Michelangelo forged many of his own tools, and often participated in the quarrying of his marble — a dangerous job.

When we look at the extraordinary representation of the human body here we remember that Michelangelo, like Leonardo before him, had dissected cadavers to understand how the body worked.

. Created by Beth Harris and Steven Zucker.

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  1. Me being an BTS army , coming here after watching the mv of blood sweat and tears like hundred times to know more about thus statue 👁️👄👁️

    This statue is a masterpiece…💜💜

  2. No video or picture will do the art in the Basilica justice. It is truly breathtaking if one gets the chance to see these pieces in person

  3. Absolutamente má primera vez que la vi, pude incluso tocarla, fue en 1972. Lo mas hermoso que un humano…"o tal vez ,no.." ha hecho nunca e imposible de superar, venerable Michaelangelo

  4. If art is to be interpreted by the beholder, for me at least, Mary represents the Church. Her enlarged legs and lap cradling Christ a sturdy and solid foundation.

  5. la pieta is divine,the greatest work of art this universe will ever produce,i doubt anyone else could do this ever,not even the most complex machine or 3d printer could do this,it's actually anomalis and perplexing,makes art td not worth doing

  6. Mary holds Jesus the same way in death that she held him at birth. Close to her, on her lap, fully embraced and supported by her. Her hand outstretched in a gesture of the eternal "why?" Why is this most pure LOVE in human form not understood, appreciated and learned from…but instead rejected, dispised, tortured and killed ? WHY? It is the question we must ask ourselves every day…Are we living lives that appreciate the gift of life and live it as Jesus taught us to…or are we rejecting, preoccupied and even disdainful to a terrible level ?
    Marys' hand which gestures Why? Is the eternal moral question for us all.

  7. I just saw the statue for the first time, its beyond words how beautiful it is I almost cried. Pictures and videos do not do this work justice, it must he seen with your own eyes. It is a very moving work of art.

  8. I am a big fan of Smarthistory, but recently they mentioned they are amazed at some viewers (me) disdain for art of the last 75 years, as in Barbara Hepworth's Pelagos. Hello?! Compare her work to the Pieta of Michelangelo. Barbara's "art" compared to this? No comparison.

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