The Creation of Adam, or in it's original Italian, Creazione di Adamo, is the most famous fresco by Michelangelo as part of the Sistine Chapel's Ceiling, which he painted between the years of 1508 and 1512, being only 25 years old when he began. To this day, it is one of the most renowned and celebrated creations in the world, reproduced in thousands of ways. But there is only one original, and we'd like to tell you a bit more about it.
Instructions: Just hover over the paintings to see the exclamation points, each of these has a fact to tell you about the painting. For phone users, we recommend you turn your phone to horizontal mode to enjoy this fully.