Raphael Sanzio

Raphael or Raffaello (Urbino, Italy, April 6, 1483�Rome, April 6, 1520) was a master painter and architect of the Florentine school in the Italian High Renaissance, celebrated for the perfection and softness of his paintings. He was also called Raffaello Sanzio, Raffaello Santi, Raffaello de Urbino or Rafael Sanzio de Urbino.

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1503 - Crucifixion 1504 - Betrothal of the Virgin 1505 - Cowper Madonna 1505 - St. George Fighting a Dragon
1506 - Holy Family 1506 - Woman with Unicorn 1511 - School of Athens 1511 - School of Athens (detail)
1512 - Expulsion of Helidorus from the Temple 1512 - Isaiah 1512 - Julius II 1512 - Madonna di Foligno
1514 - Nymph Galeta 1514 - Sistine Madonna 1514 - Two Cherubs 1515 - Baldassare Castiglione
1515 - Bindo Altoviti 1518 - Portrait of Artist with Friend 1518 - St. Michael Trampling Satan 1518 - Joanna of Aragon