The Raphael Gallery

Raffaello Sanzio da Urbino (Raphael)
(Italian, 1483 – 1520)

 

The Artist Bio:

Raffaello Sanzio da Urbino (1483 – 1520), but commonly referred to as Raphael, was an Italian painter and architect. Together with Leonardo da Vinci and Michelangelo, he is regarded as one of the “Three greatest masters of the Renaissance period”. The characters and scenes in his paintings are significantly elegant and delicate. Therefore, his artworks are full of poetry and rhyme. Just like his paintings, Raphae’s temperament is graceful and peaceful…

 

 

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About This Artwork*:

Title: Madonna in the Meadow
Medium: Oil on Wood
Size: 44.48 x 34.84 in
Year: About 1505 – 1506

Description: Italian Madonna del Prato (Madonna in the Meadow) and also known as Madonna with the Christ Child and Saint John the Baptist was created by Raphael at some point from about 1505 to 1506 in Florence. The three characters in the painting compose a unique pyramid structure. It also reflects Raphael’s extraordinary visual sense and structural talent. This painting is Raphael’s representative work of achieving a great accomplishment. (CLICKING ON THE IMAGE TO ENLARGE IT.)

 

 

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Title: The Woman with a Veil
Medium: Oil on Canvas
Size: Unknown
Year: 1514 – 1515

Description: La velata or La donna velata (The Woman with the Veil), is Raphael another most important and celebrated masterpiece of the Italian Renaissance. It was completed about 1515, five years before Raphael passed away at age 37. Raphael successfully displayed his own view of female beauty and perfection in this marvelous portrait… (CLICKING ON THE IMAGE TO ENLARGE IT.)

 

 

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Title: The Three Graces
Medium: Oil on Panel
Size: Unknown
Year: 1504

Description: The Three Graces is believed to have been painted in 1504 during Raphael’s stay in Florence. It might be a commissioned work paired with The Knight’s Dream. The painter used visual language to vividly describe the three Graces in Greek mythology. It is said that this is the first time Raphael has directly expressed his inner world’s depiction of the beauty of female nudes in front and back views at the same time. (CLICKING ON THE IMAGE TO ENLARGE IT.)

* A Public Domain Artwork
 

 

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