The Eccentric Painter Questions & Answers

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The Eccentric Painter Questions & Answers

Question 1: Choose the correct option:

1. Why was Michelangelo bored with Rome?

a. because there were no entertainment zones in Rome where he could go and enjoy after his work
b. because all faces in Rome looked alike and he could not find any suitable face for his painting characters
c. because he had made no good friends in Rome

2. The model whom Michelangelo chose for carving the Crucifixion was_________

a. a dead man
b. the Pope
c. Michelangelo himself

3. What had Pope Julius commissioned Michelangelo for?

a. for making stone carving for Sistine Chapel
b. for painting frescoes for Sistine Chapel
c. for designing the inner walls of Sistine Chapel

4. Where did Angelo find his ‘Judas’?

a. in the church
b. in an eatery
c. in Florence

Question 2: Read and answer the questions:

1. “But their faces,” he mumbled, “their faces are buried deep in the verses of the Bible!”

(a) Who said these words?

Answer: Michelangelo said these words mumbling.

(b) Whose faces was he referring to?

Answer: He was referring to the faces of Jesus, the Virgin Marry and Judas.

(c) Where was the speaker when he said these words?

Answer: The speaker was in Sistine Chapel in Rome.

2. “Colours merge”

(a) Who said these words and to whom?

Answer: Michelangelo said these words to Pope Julius.

(b) What was he comparing colours with?

Answer: He was comparing colours with stone.

(c) What according to him, is the difference between the two?

Answer: According to him, a stone is pure but colours have lost their identity and mixed with others.

3. “I am that child”, the man said. “He whose face you are giving to Judas today.”

(a) Who said these words and to whom?

Answer: The strangeman, Marsolini said this line to Michelangelo.

(b) Which child is being referred to here?

Answer: The child whose face has been used for little Jesus.

(c) What is the irony of this statement?

Answer: Before some years, the child whose face was used for little Jesus after some years mistakenly the same child, now a youngman, has been selected for Judas face. This is the irony of this statement.

Question 3: How did Michelangelo carve the Crucifixion in wood?

Answer: Michelangelo found a dead man, according to him, it was the best model for crucifixion. He carved this model in wood for the crucifixion for the Church of the Holy Spirit.

Question 4: How had Michelangelo come across his Little Jesus?

Answer: When Michelangelo was in Bolongna and carving the Madonna of Bruges, he an urchin and decided to use his face for little Jesus.

Question 5: What made Michelangelo decide to paint the Sistine Chapel?

Answer: Michelangelo had refused at first, telling the pope point blank that he was a sculptor and not a painter. But later, he agreed to a meeting in Rome, because it was the one creation that could ensure him a place in history.

Question 6: Why wasn’t Michelangelo being able to finish ‘The Last Supper’?

Answer: Michelangelo wasn’t being able to finish ‘The Last Supper’ because his imagination failed him each time it came to the face of Judas, the thirteenth disciple.

Question 7: How did Michelangelo find his Judas?

Answer: One day, Michelangelo was in a small, dingy, eatery in Rome, he saw an unusual natured man. He saw the man tricked people for food. He was also searching a cunning man like him and thus, decided to use his face for Judas.

Question 8: Who was Marsolini?

Answer: Marsolini was a child whose face had been used for little Jesus and now he has been selected for Judas also.

Question 9: What qualities Michelangelo possess?

Answer: Michelangelo was a great Italian painter. He was a slow and steady painter but on the other hand, he was honest and dedicated painter. He always wanted to do a quality work which may be historical.

So, these were The Eccentric Painter Questions & Answers.

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