Michelangelo's godlike God, from the restored ceiling of the Sistine Chapel, creating the Sun and the Moon. Half the figure is in the light from the sune; half in darkness, where sits the moon. The angels themselves appear stunned by his unexpected command.
Louis Sullivan -- Frank Lloyd Wright's mentor, and Rand's Henry Cameron -- saw Michelangelo's stunning figures as a young student. "He remained always in awe of what he called ‘man’s powers’ – a passion first given life for him when as an impressionable youngster he stared open-mouthed at the awe-inspiring figures created by Michelangelo on the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel. ‘Here is Man’s Power evident in these figures!’ he wrote joyfully in his student’s journal."