What Is Raphael's Most Famous Piece?

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Raphael Sinzio is famous for his painting done in the Italian Renaissance. He is recognized for his way of creating Madonna, the representation of Mary the mother of Jesus, portraying Mary as a loving, caring human woman, which most artists failed to do and instead portrayed her as angelic and not so human-like. The School of Athens is another famed piece of his as he was able to bring out the interaction of the different people in the painting. His last work was The Transfiguration found in the Vatican which he left unfinished after dying from a fever.
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Raphael Sanzio, probably better known by his first name Raphael. One of the great artists of Italy. Born 1483, died 1520 at the age of 37. Would probably be better known had he not
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Raphael painted Cherubim after a Detail of Sistene Madonna in1853. There are
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The Colonna Altarpiece ( Madonna and Child Enthroned with Saints. was painted by Raphael (1483–1520) It is an oil painting with gold leaf on wood panel. It dates from c. 1504
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Raphael, like Michelangelo and Leonardo da Vinci, is one of the most famous artists of Italy's High Renaissance and one of the greatest influences in the history of Western art. Immensely talented, he first studied with his father and then as an ass... More »
Born: April 6, 1483, Urbino, Duchy of Urbino (Italy)
Died: April 6, 1520
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Raphael, like Michelangelo and Leonardo da Vinci, is one of the most famous artists of Italy's High Renaissance and one of the greatest influences in the history of Western art. Immensely talented, he first studied with his father and then as an assistan
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