Raphael Sanzio

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Agnieszka Wynar 1 Agnieszka Wynar Mrs. Mancini AP Literature and Composition 23 October 2008 Research Hamlet Mini research Raphael Sanzio, was widely known as Raffaello. He was born in Urbino and his father was the first one to introduce him to the beauty of art. Later on he became one of the most remarkable painters of his time. As an Italian painter and architect he has contributed a lot to the Cultural Revolution during the Renaissance Period. Together with Michelangelo and Leonardo da Vinci he became known as a member of the traditional trinity of great masters. Raffaello is famous for his painting of Madonna. He changed people’s perspective on Holly Madonna; he made her look beautiful, innocent and showed her big heart. He painted with emotion and
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Unformatted text preview: detail. Raffaello’s paintings were so realistic they looked like photographs. His works greatly influenced the painters in 1900’s. As an architect he is known for Agnieszka Wynar 2 designing the extraordinary church of Sant Eligio Orefici and workings on the basilica of St. Peter's. He changed the art world with his unique ideas and works. Bibliography Raffaello Sanzio called Raphael ~ Biography . Virtual Florence. 23 Oct. 2008 <http:// www.virtualuffizi.com/biography/raffaello-sanzio-called-raphael.htm>. "Raphael." Raphael . Wikipedia. 23 Oct. 2008 <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/raphael>....
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