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S: The Tale of Raphael By: Emily Ladd

FC: The Tale of Raphael By: Emily Ladd

1: Long ago, there lived a boy named Raphael. He was born March 1483, which was Good Friday. He was not royal; his family was neither poor nor rich. They were average people of the renaissance time living average lives in the small Italian City of Urbino. When Raphael was young. He took up an interest in the arts right away. When he was around three years old, his mother died. This made him grow very close to his father, Giovanni Santi. He loved to draw and soon his father began teaching him how to paint. He and his father loved painting together and that is how they spent most of their free time. When Raphael was only eight, his father passed away. This hit him very hard and he did not know what to do.

3: This shows the time of the renaissance. This is the period in which Sanzio lived in.

4: He went and lived with a family member and continued to paint for eight more years. When Raphael was sixteen, he went to be a student and assistant to a painter named Perugino. He learned a lot from his master and painting styles began to be very similar. Raphael was known to be an atheist, but he painted mostly religious paintings because that was what was accepted. After leaving his master, he became an apprentice to Andrea Del Verrocchio. He learned many new painting styles from this master, but genera;;y stcuk to his old painting styles.

5: Raphael was known for being a ladies man. He created paintings of the Madonna's, which was said to be one woman in many different scenarios and forms. This lovely young lady was said to be the woman that Raphael was in love with. She is seen many times in his other paintings that have to do with the idea of chivalry and knighthood. No one knows if they were ever married because Raphael was known as always being the "ladies man" in the neighborhood. This has remained a mystery for all theses years.

7: This is a picture of a renaissance painter. Raphael Sanzio was a painter during the renaissance.

8: Other than the Madonna's pictures, Raphael had many other famous art works. The School of Athens was and still is a very famous painting. This painting is so impressive because it was based on a time period two hundred years before Raphael was even born, so he was going off of pure knowledge from that time period for the entire picture. It it also interesting because even though he was not alive yet, he included many artists the renaissance period such as Leonardo Da Vinci and Michelangelo in the painting. He also painted portraits of the higher class and royalty.

9: Raphael lived a very short, yet happy life. He died at the young age of thirty- eight years old. It is also very sad because he passed away on his birthday. He is still remembered today as one of the most popular artists of all time. Although Raphael was accused of copying Michelangelo's ideas, he contributed many paintings that are still known today from the renaissance period. These works of art will never be forgotten as they have enhanced and bettered the lives of many people through the true feeling of Italian Renaissance art.

11: This is one of the many pictures of the Madonnas by Raphael. This lady is seen in many different pictures painted by Raphael.

13: This is The School of Athens painted by Raphael Sanzio. This picture includes other artists such as Leonardo Da Vinci and Michelangelo.

15: This is a portrait of Raphael Sanzio. This portrait was probably painted when he was in his late twenties or early thirties.

17: These are a few of the portraits Raphael painted of people. He mostly painted for royals such as kings and queens.

19: These are just two of Raphael's creations. These have more religious meaning because of the angels and the church.

20: Raphael Sanzio's most famous quote is: " Time is a vindictive bandit to steal the beauty of our former selves. We are left with sagging, rippled flesh and burning gums with empty sockets."

21: The End

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  • Title: Raphael Sanzio
  • This book is about Raphael Sanzio and his life. It also includes descriptions of his artwork.
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