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Raphael

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Raphael


Raffaello Sanzio (Urbino, april 6, 1483 – Roma, april 7, 1520), also known as Raphael, was an italian painter and architect of the Renaissance. Further his pictorial works, admired and imitated for centuries, he made important contributions to architecture. He was considered an infant prodigy because of his early ability and when his parents died he was formed in some renowned artist’s studios. When he was 25 years old he received his first official commission decorating the vatican rooms, were he made some wall paintings like The school of Athens, considered as one of his...

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