Raphael Sanzio And Michel Angelo Buonarroti

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Michelagnolo Fiorentino Et Rafael Da Urbino

Author : Antonio Paolucci
ISBN : 8882713636
Genre : Art
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A magnificently illustratedart book of the highest quality that features the works in the Vatican of thesetwo Renaissance greats. "To speak of Raphaeland Michelangelo in the Vatican means to return to the origins of the great Italianart of the Renaissance, and therefore, to the origins of the artistic historyof the West." Michelangelo andRaphael dominate and nurture all that takes place after them in the realm ofthe arts. Therefore, the two giant are held together, confront each other, arereflected in each other, and should be evaluated together, in the knowledgethat without them, the story of the arts in Italy and in Europe would not havebeen the same.
Category: Art

Raffaello Sanzio 158 Paintings And Drawings

Author : Maria Tsaneva
ISBN : 9781304639424
Genre : Art
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This Art Book with Foreword and annotated reproductions by Maria Tsaneva contains 158 selected drawings and paintings of Raffaello Sanzio. Raffaello Sanzio (or Santi, Raphael ) along with his elder contemporaries Leonardo da Vinci and Michelangelo Buonarroti characterized the High Renaissance in Italy. Raffaello was admired persona, celebrated, prosperous, and honored, and his influence was broadly extend even during his own life. His after life fame was even superior, for until the later 19th century he was considered by almost all critics as the greatest painter who had ever lived — the artist who expressed the essential dogmas of the Christian Church through figures that have a physical beauty worthy of the antique. He became the ideal of all academies; it was against his authority that the Pre-Raphaelites revolted. He has been a key motivation to great classical painters like Poussin, A. Carracci, and Jean Auguste Dominique Ingres.
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Art Of The High Renaissance

Author : Ariane Ruskin Batterberry
ISBN : UCSD:31822032248593
Genre : Art, High Renaissance
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A survey, illustrated by representative works, of the major developments in art and architecture during the latter half of the 15th and the first half of the 16th centuries.
Category: Art, High Renaissance


Author : Charles Sala
ISBN : 0681692537
Genre : Art
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As with all geniuses, Michelangelo is famous. But his fame often eclipses a real knowledge of the man and his work. This book reveals his masterpieces including the David of the Accademia in Florence, the frescoes of the Sistine Chapel, and many architectural gems, including the Laurentian library at San Lorenzo and St Peter's dome in Rome. It also retraces the vagaries of creation under Papal authority in war-torn Italy. Behind the work is a solitary man split between Florence and Rome, prey to the anguish of creation and the jealousy of his rivals including Raphael and Leonardo da Vinci. Eighty-nine years of a life spent in a relentless and tenacious search for an ideal beauty, in spite of a number of unfinished sculptures.
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