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This study explores the phenomenon of the cults of Raphael and Michelangelo in relation to their death, burial, and posthumous fame-or second life-from their own times through the nineteenth century. These two artists inspired fervent followings like no other artists before them. The affective response of those touched by the potency of the physical presence of their artworks, personal effects, and remains-or even touched by the power of their creative legacy-opened up new avenues for artisticdoi:10.4324/9780367254766 fatcat:wf4j6kc4trg7nfbri5unxlps7a