In Florence, there are little kiosks near the David where you can buy replicas of it, and alongside the plain ones they have copies dipped in glitter paint, so the details of Michelangelo’s design are all obscured with globs of sparkling goo. That’s what the golden age myth does to the Renaissance.
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- (no access) - Why We Keep Telling the Myth of a Renaissance Golden Age and Bad Middle Ages.pdf, p4
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