Michelangelo's Masterpiece 'David' & The St. Regis Hotel In Florence, Italy
Michelangelo's Masterpiece David, Inspires Artist Around The World
Michelangelo's masterpiece David, is one of my favorite statues to behold, due to the faithful nature which inspired the artist.
Michelangelo's Inspiring Masterpiece
Even though the statue of David is a beautiful work of art, I wish someone would design some pants for him to wear. A manly gladiator skirt that the warriors wore back in the day, would be nice. Perhaps someone could design a fig leaf, or something. I don't know why he's naked this seems a bit vulnerable. But, by chance maybe someone may have an appropriate reason as to why he is not wearing any clothes?
The statue of David was created between 1501 and 1504, by the Italian artist Michelangelo. It is a 5.17-metre (17.0 ft) marble statue of a nude figure.This statue is said to represent a fierce warrior of faith, King David.
David’s willingness to conquer his enemies at a young age through faith, made him a man after God’s own heart.
Because David Represents the underdog that walked by faith and not by sight, the nature of David’s way inspired the community.
The statue soon came to represent the defense of civil liberties personified in the Florentine Republic, an independent realm endangered on all sides by giant adversaries and by the dominion of the Medici family. The eyes of David, giving off fearless stare, faced towards Rome. The statue was eventually moved to the Accademia Gallery in Florence in 1873, and later reinstated at the novel location by a duplication.
One of David’s most memorable victories is his triumph over a Giant Philistine who terrified the men around him. This disquieting rival went by the name Goliath.
King David Defeats Goliath
David, an Inspiring Work of Art
Michelangelo's masterpiece has went on to inspire the entire world. Replicas of the famous statue can be found in London, Copenhagen,Marseille, Duisburg, New York, and California are among some of the most noted locations.
However the most famous statue of David is located in Galleria dell'Accademia, Florence.
Florence, Italy is also the location of one of the most breathtaking Hotel's in the the world, The St. Regis Florence.
The St Regis Florence
The St. Regis Florence, is Located in the heart of the Tuscan Capital
Located in the heart of the Tuscan capital, The St. Regis Florence is a grand experience. This unique Hotel combines centuries of history and seasoned tradition. A former fifteenth century palace carefully restored by craftsmen who had and eye for elegance. The Florentine landmark stands near the Ponte Vecchio, shopping and famous museums.
Fifteenth-and Sixteenth-Century Furnishing
Fifteenth-and sixteenth-century furnishing give this hotel a style of luxury and comfort fit for a king. The stained glass roof, is a mesmerizing masterpiece within itself.
The within the St. Regis Hotel, is warm, showcasing the rare antiques and distinguished statues.
The savoring Tuscan cuisine and Mediterranean in two lauded hotel restaurants enter onto the Piazza Ognissanti, featuring gourmet dining and over 200 wine labels. The terrace overlooks Ponte Vecchio.
The Grand Ballroom, is a dreamy elaborate area designed with stylish grace.
With 90 guest room and 17 suites the plush beds are fit for a king.
The St. Regis Florence Hotel is a legendary retreat.
Directions to St. Regis Florence Hotel In Florence Italy
Eight miles from Amerigo Vespucci International Airport and 39 miles from Pisa's Galileo Galilei International Airport, in Florence, Italy.