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Raphael Sanzio

The Life of a Renaissance Artist
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zack houston

on 21 September 2010

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Raphael Sanzio The Life of a Renaissance Artist Early Life Raphael was born in 1483 in Urbino Recieved his first instruction in painting from his father, Giovanni Santi Father sent him to Perugia to further his artistic education Raphael's Madonnas are based off of the women of Perugia paints the "Marriage of the Virgin" 1504-Went to Florence Bore a letter of reccomendation from the Duchess of Montefeltro to the gonfalonier Soderini Influences and Teachers Father Paolo Uccello Mellozzo da Forli Luca Signorelli Francesco di Giorgio Hieronymus Bosch Joos Van Gent Giovanni Santi First art instructor italian painter 1438-1494 italian painter 1442-1524 famous flemish artist 1460-1516 italian painter and sculptor 1439-1502 Flemish painter 1410-1480 Perugino Artist in Perugia whom Raphael studied under Style clear organization of composition avoidance of excessive detail 1508- Pope Julius II sends for Raphael He was to work on some frescos with a number of other artists in the Vatican. This period of work helped Raphael develope his personal style greatly this developement is clearly visible in "the Triumph of Galatea" Greatest works "Transfiguration" The Sistine Madonna Raphael was appointed architect of St. Peter's after the death of Bramante in 1514 The Sibyls (a fresco) "Disputa" Italian painter and mathematician 1397-1475 balanced placement of figures is clearly visible just a cherub, no fancy embellishments "The School of Athens" painted in St. Peter's Basilica Impact works cited: http://www.artchive.com/artchive/R/raphael.html google images http://www.google.com/webhp?sourceid=navclient&ie=UTF-8 Master Painters of the Rennaissance by David Jacobs the Viking Press New York 1969 impacted many with his art
decorated Vatican and SistineChapel
one of the three greatest rennaissance artists
people will remember him through the ages told stories through his art Michelangelo Leonardo da Vinci Raphael did lots of painting for the Pope, like the fresco on the Stanza del Segnatura (the Pope's official office-library), the Loggia (the porch of the Vatican), and the tapestries in the Sistine Chapel. Was greatly responsible for the use of easel painting rather than mural painting The Great Masters by Giorgio Vasari Translation by Gaston Du C. de Vere Edited by Michael Sonino
Hugh Lauter Levin Associates Inc. 1986
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