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The Home Birth of Venus
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The Twelve Speech Writers
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Michelangelo's Parents - 1481
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"The Ceiling is slightly wider than I'd planned."
Michelangelo's first attempt at David resulted in a do over.
Evolution or Creation? A Compromise
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God and Adam's first date.
1508: Michelangelo paints the Sistine Chapel
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"I thought I'd add a punch line."
Leonardo Da Vinci's Cat
"There's not a lot of music for atheists, either."
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Leonardo Da Vinci tries to make the Mona Lisa smile.
Leonardo Da Vinci with a Mona Lisa T-Shirt.
"We'll have to get rid of all our furniture. They just discovered perspective."
"No, I don't believe Michaelangelo ever did any bobbleheads."
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THE LAST BREAKFAST, Parody of the Last Supper
"I don't think this is how Michelangelo painted the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel."
"Let's try a little less smile, Mona."
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The paintings of Leonardo da Vinci - all digitally remastered.
Painting Mona Lisa.
'Pass my Mallet.'
Leonardo da Vinci painting - $450 million record.
"We're interviewing one other guy and we'll let you know..."
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"Is it by Raphael, or Veronese? That depends - can you afford a Raphael?"
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