BC: Wrote By: Akeyhemia B. Jackson
FC: Raphael Sanzio By-Akeyhemia Jackson
1: Back in the days of the Renaissances there lived a catholic man named Raphael Sanzio. He Was Born April 6, 1483. Unfortunately he died on his birthday April 6, 1520 in Rome.
3: Raphael loved to paint it was as if painting was his life. examples of his paintings are The Madonnas, The School Of Athens & etc. Some Say that it is hard to determine which painting were by Raphael or his master. He was very similar to Leonardo Da Vinci when it came to his work & Michaelangelo(his rival)
5: His Accomplishments & Failures! Raphael was most known for Print Making, & his images of Madonnas & The School of Athens. He was also most known for is failure to stem the Protestant Reformation
6: The School Of Athens :)
7: Pope Julius ll called Raphael to Rome to install paintings in four small rooms of the Vatican Palace. | It Represents the concept of philosophy. | This painting shows the greatest thinkers of the Greek world.
8: The Madonna's - People believed that the Madonnas were influenced by Leonardo. - It is said that the Madonnas are images of Mary, the Mother of Jesus. with Baby Jesus. -Mary Is Supposed to be referred to Madonna in other context.
10: When he was only 11 years old his mom & dad died, leaving him only to become an orphan.. He had already began showing talent , soon he came in contact with Paolo Uccello & Luca Signorelli 's work of art & got even more inspired. The influence of his dad ( Giovanni Santi) , & Peruguno helped Raphael with his art work . | Raphael 's Inspirations
11: His inspirations was mainly based on all his art work, if you look at all of his work they all have their own flavor.. They might all be based on the same thing but if you look at the just to admire them you will realize that the have something very unique about the that represents what inspired him to do this peace of art.. whether it was a person, place, or thing its something important about them. | Inspirational :) | Flavor
12: Unique inspirations | A lot of artist get inspired from paintings that they have seen., but anything a trigger an artistic persons spite of interest to help create there paintings & thats what i feel as if Raphael done to manage to design such paintings as he made..
13: it's always spring in a mother's heart
14: School of Athens | The School of Athens was painted between 1510 & 1511 as part of his commission to decorate the room with frescoes. These rooms are now known as the Stanze di Raffaello. This picture is seen as Raphael's masterpiece & it is the spirit of the High Renaissance. The traditional title ( The School of Athens) is not Raphael's original title & the school is actually philosophy .
15: m a d o n n a ' s | The Madonna's | People believed that the Madonnas were influenced by Leonardo da Vinci. Madonna & the child were said to be a resemblance of Mary & baby jesus. The Madonna's were made continously & were his most famous creations.
16: Raphael did not receive a full knowledge of humanism facts . When he was young he was already showing great talent, plus he was a great help to Giovanni Santi, his father, which was a very creative man himself. His father was a great help to him as well when it came to his knowledge of art work . His father also placed him in a workshop which had some impact on his work.
18: A human being is a single being. Unique & Unrepeatable. -Eileen Caddy | A picture is a poem without words
19: Interesting Facts :) | -Raphael's named can be spelled differently as Rahael Sanzio or Raffaello Santi named after his fathers last name. - It is known that Raphael might have been engaged to a women named Maria Bibbiena.
20: More Interesting Facts !!!
21: -They save Raphael was very crazy about women, he was always ready to serve. One Time Raphael became so love sick over a girl that he couldn't even finish painting the Chigi palace. -Raphael was defined a master by the age of 17 in the 1500. -Sanzio was the youngest of the three giants of the High Renaissance.