When discussing artists, it is common to talk about what drives them to create: a muse, religious experience, or some other form of inspiration. Where does Cellini’s artistic/creative spirit come from, and what are the influences on his work?

When discussing artists, it is common to talk about what drives them to create: a muse, religious experience, or some other form of inspiration. Where does Cellini’s artistic/creative spirit come from, and what are the influences on his work?

Note that the book does not have chapters and is not divided in any way. Instead, it has different titles at the top of pages that will indicate when you have reached a new section. Must-read pages 1-70 which stops after peace and homecoming, pages 113-136 (Sicilian Necromancer/With Sansovino in Venice), pages 191-230 (Lutheran friar/Cardinal of Ferrara), pages 274-301 (Cellini’s castle/Ghost in the Statue). The topic reads as follows:

When discussing artists, it is common to talk about what drives them to create: a muse, religious experience, or some other form of inspiration. Where does Cellini’s artistic/creative spirit come from, and what are the influences on his work?

You absolutely must cite any idea or quote pulled out of the book with the name of the author, the full title of the book, and the page number(s) and you must cite using Chicago style footnotes.

The book that I using in class is Cellini’s Autobiography Penguin Classics.

Must be 5 pages in length

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Academic LevelCollege (3-4 years: Junior, Senior)
Subject AreaHistory
Paper Type Essay
Number of Pages5 Page(s)/1375 words
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Paper FormatMLA
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