The painting of Michelangelo by Michel van der Waals is one of the most celebrated works in the world.
But there are many other paintings by the Italian Renaissance artist.
One of them, a painting of a young girl, may be the most famous of all.
It is known as the Blue Paintings and was painted in the early 15th century by Michel Angelo, a famous Renaissance painter, and his wife.
The painting of the young girl that is the subject of the BBC’s series ‘Blue Paintings’ is one example of Angelo’s more famous paintings.
But what exactly was it that was painted?
And what does it tell us about Michelangelo, who died in 1524?
The painting that is called the Blue paintings was painted as part of a series called “The White Paintings”.
The painting shows a girl with an earring and a crown in the background.
It was first painted in 1515, and was later moved to the Museo delle Alpi in Florence.
But it is believed that Angelo painted the painting before 1521, when he was still living in Florence and had already painted two other paintings.
It also depicts a boy with a red bow and a sword.
Both the young woman and the boy are wearing red hats.
This painting, by Angelo, was also commissioned by Leonardo da Vinci, who was also living in Italy at the time.
Image caption Leonardo da Silva commissioned this painting in 1514The Blue Painters is the only painting in the series that was completed before Leonardo da Mille’s death in 1529.
But the painting that Leonardo da Mola, a contemporary of Angelo, commissioned, was not completed until 1527.
This is the painting of Pietro di Giovanni, also known as Giovanni da Mula, the father of the Renaissance painter.
Image copyright AP/Getty ImagesImage caption Giovanni da Mila was born in 1510, when Angelo was living in the town of Pavia in northern ItalyImage copyright Getty ImagesImage copyright EPAImage caption The painting was later commissioned by Antonio Battista della Signoria, a Florentine painter who died just two years laterImage copyright PA/APImage caption Andrea Bertolucci painted this portrait of Angelo as a child in the 1580sThe painting was also painted by Antonio Bertoluccio, who later died in Venice in 1585.
But this painting, which is thought to be Angelo’s only complete painting, is not a painting that was made before Angelo was alive.
Image source WikipediaImage caption This painting is believed to be the first complete Leonardo da Di Modica painting, made in the late 1570s.
Image credit: Getty ImagesIt was painted on a wall in the garden of a villa in Florence, which Angelo was staying in at the start of the 15th Century.
It depicts the young boy sitting on a red stool, surrounded by red roses, a red hat and a red cape.
The boy is depicted sitting on the stool, as if in prayer.
The young girl appears to be kneeling on the ground with her hands upraised.
A painting called “Leo da Signoria” was commissioned by Giovanni da Signori in the summer of 1585, and is thought by some to be Leonardo daDi Modica’s final work.
Image link: Google MapsImage caption Another of Angelo ‘s more famous works, this one titled ‘The Black Paintings’, was also completed in 1588This painting was commissioned for the fresco of the Villa of St. Giovanni, where Angelo lived for the first time, and where he was found in the spring of 1589.
It shows the young man with a long beard and wearing a cap.
It has a red veil covering the head and is surrounded by the red rose motif, which has been thought to refer to a female figure, possibly the young daughter of the boy.
The red rose is also thought to represent a male figure, and the young, red-headed woman has a black cap.
This image has been described as Angelo’s most famous painting.
Image article: BBC NewsIt is believed Angelo painted these paintings between 1521 and 1528, but this painting is the most complete one.
It appears that the painting was completed in a private workshop in the gardens of the villa.
But Angelo’s reputation for perfection was not lost on his wife, Francesco, who commissioned another painting, “The Black Painting”.
This was painted just a few years after the painting in question, and although it is not yet complete, it is one that is thought Leonardo did not approve of.
The two paintings were commissioned by Andrea Bertoli, a young artist who lived at the same time as Angelo.
Image by APImage copyright ReutersImage copyright AFPImage caption It is thought that Leonardo did approve of Andrea Bertolin’s work, but did not like its colour and style.
Image via Getty ImagesOne of Andrea’s most significant paintings, “La Boca”, is considered