Raphael

1483-1520

Biography

  • Born April 6, 1483 in Urbino, Italy
  • Died April 6, 1520 in Rome, Italy
  • Spent most of his life all over Italy
  • He was trained by his foster fathers associate Timoteo Viti
  • Growing up his lifestyle was sheltered and had aristocratic culture and was rich
  • He created drawings like the "Battle of Milvan Bridge", he creates paintings like the "Mond "Crucifixion", and he also did some architecture like the "School of Athens"
  • He had three patrons which were Pope Julius II, Pope Leo X, and Viti

The Work

  • The Coronation of Charlemagne
  • This piece was created in the years 1516 and 1517
  • This piece of artwork was significant because it showed lots of detail in the background.
  • I like this piece of art because it shows a lot that goes on in the coronation and shows a lot of detail that draws your attention to point out every detail in the painting.
  • The ISMS
  • Humanism- It shows people reactions to what is going on and you can tell what they are feeling about the actions in the picture
  • Secularism- It shows this because it is showing how they would celebrate an occasion like this and who was involved with it

By: Kathryn PeriQuet