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Raphael

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Sukhvir Aheer

on 1 May 2010

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Raphael SANZIO Raphael was one of the greatest painters of all time. Raphael was born on April 6, 1483 Raphael had born talent and received early training in art from his father, Giovanni Santi. He also learned new techniques from Leonardo da Vinci and Michelangelo. In 1499 Raphael went to Perugia in Urbino and became a student and assistant of painter Around 1508-09 he was 25 and called to Rome by Pope Julius II to direct the decoration of the state rooms in the Vatican Palace In Rome, in 1515, Raphael became the first Superintendent of Antiquities. In 1515-16 he painted ten large water color scales. He found the cultural and intellectual climate very exciting in Rome. He found the cultural and intellectual climate very exciting in Rome. Raphael had great interest in portraiture and he was a classical perfectionist. He painted picures using oil on wood. He studied the work of Leonardo, Michelangelo and Fra Bart Domneo. In 1514 Raphael was made chief architect of Saint Peter's Basilica. A year later he was appointed director of all excavations of antiquities in and near Rome. In 1514 Raphael was made chief architect of Saint Peter's Basilica. A year later he was appointed director of all excavations of antiquities in and near Rome. He made people think of personality when they looked at his paintings. Raphael put realistic emotions on to paintings. He changed the way people look at art. Raphael painted life. Raphael died on his thirty-seventh birthday, April 6, 1520, and was buried in the Pantheon amidst universal mourning and acclaim. THE END
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