Raphael

by Trenton Starchman

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Date of Birth March 28, 1483

Died April 6, 1520


Raphael was a famous painter during the Renaissance. Raphael is known as one of the Great masters of my time period.


I lived in Urbino located in Central Italy. Went to Florence for awhile in 1504 and in 1508 moved to Rome.


Raphael managed for my fathers work shop and soon after got some training from Timoteo Viti. Before that Rapheal was an apprentice for Pietro Perugino. Then Raphael was fully trained in 1501.


In 1491 Raphael's mother died. Raphael spent a lot of his time in Florence which was an important city during the Renaissance. He moved to Rome in 1508.

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The School of Athens

The image shows many people in the Apostolic Palace it is a very cool painting. All of the people in the pictures are mail and are supposed to represent Greek philosophers.


The medium of this painting was Paint. And the Style of the painting is Fresco and the technique used was lime proof pigments dispersed in water on freshly laid lime plaster.

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Madonna and Child

It shows Madonna or the mother of Jesus with her son.


The medium used in this painting is oil on panel. The style he used was the Madonna because there were so many paintings listed with Madonna. Technique it was an oil painting. The method he used was he did it softly.

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Entombment

It is a picture of Jesus being put into his tomb after his death or crucifixion. You can see the 3 crosses in the back and see the nail holes in his hands. Showing that he has just been crucified.


The medium used in this painting is oil on wood. The style he used was the Madonna because there is a Madonna in this photo. The technique used was a transportation.

Citation

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"Madonna & Child with the Book by Raphael – History of the Painting."Totally History Madonna and Child with the Book Comments. N.p., n.d. Web. 23 Apr. 2015. <http://totallyhistory.com/madonna-and-child-with-the-book/>.


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