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Humanism and Raphael
Transcript of Humanism and Raphael
By Annorah Harris and Faramola Shonekan
On April 6th, 1483, Raphael was born in Urbino, Italy.
His father was a successful painter who not only passed on techniques to his son, but also Humanist ideas
Raphael's childhood was cut fairly short when his father died in 1484.
Even at the young age of 11, Raphael took over his father's workshop.
Discovery and Achievements
Raphael died on the same day he was born at the young age
of 38 years old on April 6,
1520 in Rome, Italy
In 1500 a master painter named Pietro Vannunci invited Raphael
to become his apprentice in Perugia, Italy.
The apprenticeship lasted for four years and provided Raphael
with the opportunity to gain both knowledge and hands-on experience
Alexander the Great (King tutored by Aristotle)
Move into modern Era
As a young succesful painter, he was already hired to paint alters and other pieces that would later be displayed in the Vatican
Marriage of a Virgin
Pope Leo X
Became officially recognized for his
talent at the young age of 17 years
His mother died in 1491
"When he died, the heavens wanted to give one of the signs they gave when Jesus Christ expired... Here, people are talking about nothing but the death of this exceptional man, who has completed his first life at the young age of 37. His second life - that of his fame, which is subject neither to time nor death - will endure for all eternity..."
-Pandolfo Pico della Mirandola (1521)
Pythagoras (math mathematician)
School of Athens represented self-glorification and general movement away from the church
This appeals to Greek and Roman Culture by including the philosophers in School of Athens
Through presenting these people, the School of Athens also highlights the idea that
people have the ability to achieve and improve.
(another important point in humanism.)