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Transcript of Raphael
*Created a series of frescoes inside the Pope's quarters; ingeniously incorporated the arches in the walls into the paintings
*Many people loved his art, especially the Catholic church and the Pope, since most of his paintings had to do with religious matters
*Earned commissions from the Pope for completing these works
*Living near Vatican and visiting the Pope caused him to paint more religious pieces, influencing his style
*He became an artist and an architect, creating beautiful masterpieces, and living up to his potential-making him a part of the humanist movement *Portrait "The School of Athens" shows Raphael's interest in several artists, philosophers and inventors
~Causes an interest of these people in Historians
*Historians study their works with closer detail
~Leads to improvements of these inventions
~Quicker advancements in technology
*Better laptops, phones, and music players now, all because of one man's interest and respect for some artists, philosophers, and inventors Real name was Raffaello Sanzio ~Pope Julius 2 asked him to work in Rome in 1508
~He continued this work up until his death in 1520 One of his major accomplishments was painting the "School of Athens", a painting that captured the classical Renaissance spirit. It included several philosophers and artists, including Michelangelo and Leonardo. Madonna del Granduca The Deposition Other Art by Raphael *Came from family of artists-Artisans
*Father was a court painter; mother died in his early life *Education in art-was under an apprenticeship for Perugino, who greatly influenced his art by teaching him the latest Italian ideas
*Eventually his patrons became Pope Julius II, and Pope Leo X The Marriage of the Virgin Lasting Impact Today In the Renaissance: *Impacted later artists
*Changed the way people look at art
-painted realistic people with realistic emotions Figures appear 3D Represents a religious scene Expressions show emotion BIBLIOGRAPHY Works Cited
"Raphael (1483, Urbino, 1520)." Think Quest. N.p., n.d. Web. 12 Apr. 2013. <http://library.thinkquest.org/15962/data/raphael.html#>.
"Raphael Sanzio." Eyecon Art "art history pages." N.p., n.d. Web. 12 Apr. 2013. <http://www.robinurton.com/history/Renaissance/raphael.htm>.
"Raphael Sanzio." Totally History. N.p., n.d. Web. 11 Apr. 2013. <http://totallyhistory.com/raphael-sanzio/>.
"Raphael Sanzio (1483-1520) Painter, Architect." Raphael. N.p., n.d. Web. 12 Apr. 2013. <http://www2.ma.psu.edu/~nlf2/Ren.art/raphael.html>.
Zafran, Eric M. "Raphael." World Book Student. World Book, 2013. Web. 10 Apr. 2013. Raphael, like others, have made an amazing impact that helps us remember the time period of the Renaissance, and some of the amazingly talented people a part of it. Artist~Architect