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    Raphael

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    Raphael was a painter who was considered one of the great masters of the Italian Renaissance.He enjoyed wealth and power during his lifetime unlike many other artists of the time who were not to be recognized until after their deaths. Rafael was born in Italy on April 6‚ 1483. He was the son of a very successful artist‚ but his father passed away when he was 11. Growing up‚ Raphael was always surrounded by talented and wealthy people. He was sent to study in Perugia when he was 16 and then when he

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    Raphael Raffaello Sanzio da Urbino‚ better known simply as Raphael‚ was an Italian painter and architect of the High Renaissance‚ celebrated for the perfection and grace of his paintings and drawings. Together with Michelangelo and Leonardo da Vinci‚ he forms the traditional trinity of great masters of that period. Raphael was born on April 6 or March 28‚ 1483 in the small but artistically significant Central Italian city of Urbino in the Marche region‚ where his father Giovanni Santi was a court

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    Raphael Sanzio

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    Julian Rosa Ms.Saccaro Harvard June 02‚ 2008 Raphael Sanzio Raphael Sanzio was enormously talented and named one of the top three great artists of the high renaissance. Raphael Sanzio‚ usually known by his first name born April 6 or March 28‚ 1483. Died April 6‚ 1520 he was a painter and an Italian Architect of the High Renaissance‚ best known and remembered for the perfection and gentleness of his paintings and drawings. Together

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    Raphael Sanzio

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    Raphael‚ or Raffaello Sanzio‚ was born on April 6‚ 1483 in Urbino‚ Italy. He was a painter and architect during the High Renaissance. Unlike the other Masters at the time‚ he was enormously productive‚ running a workshop that encompassed 50 pupils and assistants. Much of his works remain‚ since they were done mainly within the Vatican. His works are are commonly organized into three phases: his early career‚ which conveyed the influence of his teacher‚ the Florentine period‚ when Raphael went to

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    Raphael Sanzio

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    RAPHAEL SANZIO Raphael was one of the most important artists of the Italian Renaissance. Raphael painted and designed many brilliant pieces of work and the stanzas inside the Vatican. He was a master at such necessities of modern art such as depth and perspective and the use of light and shadow‚ and was the turning point styles of paintings like the use of Madonnas in paintings. Through his short life‚ Raphael would make some of the most awe-inspiring‚ beautiful‚ and influential works of art during

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    A Critique on Raphael

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    A Critique on Raphael Raphael was a very unique and admirable artist; however‚ he had many affairs‚ Michelangelo also disliked Raphael and thought his art was absurd and many others came to see his influence as harmful. Raphael was engaged to Maria Bibbiena but never had the chance to marry. From the beginning he was never interested in this engagement and he found entertainment with his mistress‚ Margherita Luti. During the time of his death he had written a will which left sufficient funds

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    Who Is Raphael Sanzio?

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    The importance of the Renaissance painter Raphael Sanzio is that his paintings went beyond the previous work of his contemporary‚ Michelangelo‚ by combining subtleties‚ a greater clarity of form and softer shading to create a more realistic rendering of his figures. He also infused his own sense of grace into his figures and avoided the air of tension often found in Michelangelo’s depictions. Raphael’s work is known and admired for his ability to visually capture the Neoplatonic and Renaissance ideal

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    Raphael Sanzio Inspired

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    future artists. This is how the artist Raphael Sanzio came about being one of the best of his time. Raphael took methods and ideas from his surrounding colleagues and then he would combine them with his own personality to create some of the best works from his era. Raphael Sanzio’s work of the Italian High Renaissance era is the result of influences and incorporation of techniques of Michelangelo Buonarroti‚ Pietro Perugino‚ and Leonardo DaVinci. Raphael Sanzio is most well remembered for his

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    Laura M Darden Professor Johnson Art Appreciation 17 November 2014 The school of Athens From the book Living with Art I chose Raphael. The School of Athens on page 160. This painting took place in Stanza della Segnatura‚ Vatican. Rome. This is a naturalistic stylized pace of art. The two visual elements of design that I saw in the Raphael painting‚ is color‚ and space. There are both horizontal‚ vertical‚ and diagonal lines to making up the arches and all the columns. An implied line is in each

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    The School Of Athens by Raphael Nii Teiko Tagoe 9/11/12 LBTS 1105 The School of Athens by Raphael is a painting that really relates to classical philosophy and humanism. It is one of the greatest paintings in the high Renaissance‚ and it was painted in one of the greatest most extraordinarily decorated rooms in the Vatican‚ the name of the room was the Stanza della Segnatura.” The school of Athens” was painted by Raphael between 1508 and 1511‚ and it was right around the time Michelangelo was

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