There's nothing worse that getting to the grocery store and realizing you have no idea what to buy. That long, comprehensive list you made is sitting on your counter at home. We all need it to keep track of our weekly meals and needs. Even Michelangelo had a grocery list he sent with his servants—who were illiterate. Good thing Michelangelo is an artist!
Michelangelo is a 15th century Renaissance artist that lived from 1475 to 1564. He is best known for the sculptures “Pieta” and “David,” both completed before he turned 30. As for paintings, he is credited with “The Last Judgement” on the altar wall of the Sistine Chapel. Yet, even as a man is such incredible artistic abilities had to use his talents to draw food to buy from the grocer.
One of the lists still exists and is in an exhibit titled “Michelangelo Public and Private: Drawings for the Sistine Chapel and Other Tresures from the Casa Buonarroti.” What a mouthful!