Michelangelo on not being interrupted

July 31st, 2015

Maria Popova on her incredibly good blog Brain Pickings:

Indeed, he knew value of undisturbed creative labor and protected it fiercely, unafraid to stand up to the most powerful man in Europe. Unable to bear the interruptions any longer and determined to do his work on his own terms, he left Rome and returned to Florence, where he could work on his sketches and sculptures for the project in peace.

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