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The sculpture of David, one of the most famous sculptures of all time, surrounds itself by as much myth as its maker himself. When the Pope saw Michelangelo’s work for the first time, he looked at it in awe, and asked the famous artist how he could possibly create a sculpture of such utter beauty and precision. Without hesitation, Michelangelo answered:
“It’s simple. I just removed everything that isn’t David.”
Whether the story played out as described above is something only Pope Julius II knows. That doesn’t make it any less remarkable though.