What do you think of this?
Seems to me that we should be thinking about Michelangelo’s followers/workshop practice instead of trying to attribute everything to the master himself.
I think this raises questions along the line of what exactly is “genuine art” now a days? Certainly we can say something is not a true Michelangelo is Michelangelo had not painted it himself, but it it possible that a copy can become just as valuable or important as the real thing? Can the fame it gathers make it valuable in itself?
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