How Raphael Personifies The Renaissance

In my research, I have seen how Raphael individually personifies what the High Renaissance encircles.
I. Early Life
A. Childhood
B. Family
C. Father as court painter D. Study in Perugia.
II. Florentine Period
A. Study under Leonardo da Vinci
B. Works that he did while in Florence.
C. Interaction with Michelangelo and other artists.

III. Roman Period
A. Worked for Pope Julius II in Rome.
B. Worked for Pope Leo X in Rome as well.
C. Worked on many papal buildings.

IV. Humanist
A. Final Works.
B. Feelings for nature and people.

While we may term other works paintings. Those of Raphael are living things; the flesh palpitates, the breath comes and ...

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In 1494, he traveled to Perugia to study under Peitro Perugino. Just as his father influenced his early life, his study in Perugia shaped his adolescence and young adulthood even further.
In Perugia, Raphael began to take a particular liking to the field of art. Perugino influenced the way that Raphael thought about art and also helped him form a style of his own. These years in the life of Raphael proved to be his most impressionable. Perugino taught the basic laws of painting to the young Raphael and showed him what art really was. At this time in Raphael’s life his works mimicked those of Perugino, but still many say that his works breathed an independence of their own. Raphael, had a precious talent right from the beginning and was an innate absorber of influences (Web Museum 2).
In many of Raphael’s early works of art he echoes the style of Perguino, like that in the painting St. George and the Dragon. The style of Raphael in his early twenties ...

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