In the Sunday Series of works from “The Art of Prophecy” I am posting two Isaiahs. Both of these works are presented in the book. I prefer Raphael’s Isaiah to Michalangelo’s based on which one I suppose is the more likely portrayal. The book points out the similarities of Raphael’s Isaiah to Michelangelo’s Moses.
Raphael (Raffaello Sanzio of Urbino) 1483-1520
Michelangelo Buonarroti 1475 – 1564
I have to agree with you on Raphael’s portrayal. Raphael had a gift of envloping a mood within his style pertaining to the subject matter–his cherubs are precious.
Janet, I think that’s what makes your style so lovely. It captures a mood–and not everyone is able to do that.
It’s been a treat seeing your work as you move through “The Art of Prophecy”.
So moving!!! The light is breathtaking!