Part I B:
Viewing the Sistine chapel is quite an experience. The fresco paintings on the ceilings and those on the walls create an almost surreal environment put one in the moment of time that the activities were happening (Campbell & Cole, 2012). There are amazing artworks in the Sistine chapel that makes one stand in amazement. The clearly depicted and real like cartoonist paintings create a picture of the various happenings in the Bible. One can decipher from the paintings a historical view of the Bible from Moses to Jesus Christ. The curved ceiling presents an impossibility of such explicit pictures since it would be heard to paint on such a curved surface in the Renaissance period. As such when one enters into the room the first things one notes is the vivid portrayal of the various figures in the bible. The various memories that come to mind when viewing the ceilings and the last judgment are those from the writings in the Bible. The works of art in the Sistine Chapel convert the Bible into a pictorial form. Some of the themes in the Bible dealt with in the Sistine Chapel are the deliverance of Israel from Egypt, Mt. Sinai, the receiving of the commandments by Moses and his death. The other elements are the Jesus Christ and the Last Judgement. Michelangelo, who was known for his fine artworks, did the paintings. He painted the ceiling, which is awash with the pictures of the last judgement. The chapel brings to reality the Bible in pictures on the ceiling and creates a heavenly sense that one cannot forget easily. The Sistine chapel is quite a unique place that one experiences great memories and depictions of the Bible.
Part II B:
The vivid clarity of the painting in the Sistine Chapel represents a visual representation of the biblical stories of Moses and Jesus Christ. One sees anatomical images, which were drawn by the famous artist Michelangelo. Suk and Tamargo (2010) look at the anatomical side of the paintings (Suk & Tamargo, 2010). Their comments are based on the anatomical nature of the paintings of Michelangelo. They comment on the depiction of the painting of God and Adam. The picture illustrates the brain around God, which pointed to the fact that God was giving Adam great intelligence. The scientists note on the various issues depicted din the picture like the spinal cord. The optic nerve is also shown in the frescoes. As such, the paintings are related substantially to anatomical drawings that provide a vivid picture of the body and the various important parts associated with it. The picture involving God has a piece of fabric that wove itself into a strange pattern, which supposedly shows the human spinal cord. The people involved asses the various features.
Michelangelo is in the last judgement painting used nude pictures of both male and female (Encyclopedia of Art, 2015). The use of nude pictures showed that the people would meet the Lord without taking anything forms the earth. Michelangelo is proved to be different from the other artists who made use of the linear perspective. Michelangelo uses overlapping in the figures of his painting. Eh demonstrates a lot of clarity by the expression and behavior of the people who do not know their fate. We get to see Annibale Carracci description of the painting of Michelangelo as to anatomical. Raffaello Borghini critics the paintings and advice other painters not to copy the paintings totally due to the muscular description of women.
Part III C:
Visiting the chapel once again provides with a second look at the different art pieces on the ceiling and at the various walls (Barnes, 2010). One register and remembers the art more clearly than when at first glance. The mind gets to catch various points that it missed on the first visits. One gets to note on the multiple images that had stuck to the mind and looked at them more carefully than at first glance where a person looks around with mixed feelings of awe and surprise. Therefore, on the second visit one can look more definitively at the paintings and get more from the pictures than in the first visits. One gets to see more clearly the arts and their relations according to the biblical stories. Different people will appreciate the arts different especially in the academic fields and particularly medicine. The nudity of the paintings holds different as explained above and the use of various stories reflects the importance of the Sistine Chapel and its religious functions. As such, one on the second visit gets to understand more on the different images, get to expound and determine the meaning of the different paintings, and hence walk in Michelangelo’s shoes on what he was painting and why he painted in such a manner. As a result, one gets a better chance to look at the fabulous work of art of frescoes on the curved ceiling and at the walls and relate it to the Bible in a manner as to draw better and clear conclusions on the paintings.