[mahy-kuh l-an-juh-loh, mik-uh l-; Italian mee-kel-ahn-je-law] /ˌmaɪ kəlˈæn dʒəˌloʊ, ˌmɪk əl-; Italian ˌmi kɛlˈɑn dʒɛ lɔ/
(Michelangelo Buonarroti) 1475–1564, Italian sculptor, painter, architect, and poet.
full name Michelangelo Buonarroti. 1475–1564, Florentine sculptor, painter, architect, and poet; one of the outstanding figures of the Renaissance. Among his creations are the sculptures of David (1504) and of Moses which was commissioned for the tomb of Julius II, for whom he also painted the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel (1508–12). The Last Judgment (1533–41), also in the Sistine, includes a torturous vision of Hell and a disguised self-portrait. His other works include the design of the Laurentian Library (1523–29) and of the dome of St Peter’s, Rome
Michelangelo [(meye-kuh-lan-juh-loh, mik-uh-lan-juh-loh)]
An Italian painter, sculptor, and architect of the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries. Among many achievements in a life of nearly ninety years, Michelangelo sculpted the David and several versions of the Pietà, painted the ceiling and rear wall of the Sistine Chapel, and served as one of the architects of Saint Peter’s Basilica, designing its famous dome. He is considered one of the greatest artists of all time.
- Michel baron
[ba-rawn] /baˈrɔ̃/ noun 1. Michel [mee-shel] /miˈʃɛl/ (Show IPA), (Michel Boyron) 1653–1729, French actor. /ˈbærən/ noun 1. a member of a specific rank of nobility, esp the lowest rank in the British Isles 2. (in Europe from the Middle Ages) originally any tenant-in-chief of a king or other overlord, who held land from his superior […]
- Michel de ghelderode
[duh gel-duh-rohd] /də gɛl dəˈroʊd/ noun 1. Michel [mee-shel] /miˈʃɛl/ (Show IPA), 1898–1962, Belgian dramatist. [French gel-duh-rohd] /French gɛl dəˈroʊd/ noun 1. Michel de [French mee-shel duh] /French miˈʃɛl də/ (Show IPA), .
[mi-shel] /mɪˈʃɛl/ noun 1. a female given name.
[meeshuh-ley] /miʃəˈleɪ/ noun 1. Jules [zhyl] /ʒül/ (Show IPA), 1798–1874, French historian. /French miʃəle/ noun 1. Jules (ʒyl). 1798–1874, French historian, noted esp for his Histoire de France (17 vols, 1833–67)