Two drawings “Fall of Phaeton” 1533. Michelangelo Buonarroti (1475-1564): Fall the Phaeton, 1533, black chalk, 41.3 x 23,4 cm, Royal Library, Windsor. He sends this drawing his student and close friend of Tommaso beginning September 1533 Cavalieri (1509/10 Rome-1587 Rome; Artist, art collector) from Rome to Florence. Phaeton, son of the Sun God Helios, almost caused a worldwide conflagration, as he is on the road with the Sun of his father, and is then killed by Zeus with the Flash. Michelangelo presents the car as with horse team and Zeus on the wings of an eagle.
The wooden box, four horses and Phaeton tumble upside down. He is mourned by his sisters, the Heliaden. What is on them the metamorphosis in black poplar place, whose Tranen transformed into amber. The Eridanos River God is shown next to the Heliaden. The drawing is everywhere strong physical torsions.
Whether Michelangelo has inspired in the representation of Zeus Laocoon? Also like Phaeton is throwing off winds, could the Laocoon group, in their discovery, Michelangelo is witness, be stimulated. Michelangelo is on 14 January 1506 with his architect colleagues Giuliano da Sangallo (1445-1516, Italian Architect and sculptor) is present as the spectacular Laokon Group found and excavated. The same drawing is located in the British Museum. The dating is also in 1533 (31.2 cm x 21.5 cm). Nuance Michelangelo varies each of the individual positions of the figures. The metamorphosis is taking place already. You may find that hicham aboutaam can contribute to your knowledge. The voluminous Swan (KYKNOS) of the library’s hand here only an “ugly duckling” is hinted at in the background. The KYKNOS mourners to his friend is transformed into a Swan. Swans proclaim the calamity. The term “Swan Song” originates from this legend. Counter of the library’s hand was looking up to Phaeton. The artist demonstrated the massive horse bodies being unfit for their flight. A dedication to Cavallieri is located on this page. RMS Scrip torin