Raphael Cartoons

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The Raphael Cartoons are seven large cartoons for tapestries, belonging to the British Royal Collection but since 1865 on loan to the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, designed by the High Renaissance painter Raphael in 1515–16 and showing scenes from the Gospels and Acts of the Apostles. They are the only surviving members of a set of ten cartoons commissioned by Pope Leo X.
V&A - Raphael, The Sacrifice at Lystra (1515) - Raffaello Sanzio - Wikimedia Commons

V&A - Raphael, The Sacrifice at Lystra - Raphael Cartoons - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Petri Fischzug Raffael - Raffaello Sanzio - Wikimedia Commons

Photo of ‘The Miraculous Draught of Fishes’, Raphael, 1515 – On loan from HM Queen Elizabeth II;

V&A - Raphael, St Paul Preaching in Athens (1515) - Raffaello Sanzio - Wikimedia Commons

Saint Paul delivering the Areopagus sermon in Athens, by Raphael, This sermon addressed early issues in Christology.

Arazzi di raffaello, cartone 04 - Raffaello Sanzio - Wikimedia Commons

The Death of Ananias // // Raphael // A cartoon for the tapestry of The Death of Ananias for the Sistine chapel // Royal Collection Trust

V&A - Raphael, Christ's Charge to Peter (1515) - Raffaello Sanzio - Wikimedia Commons

Christ's Charge to St. Peter (cartoon for the Sistine Chapel) by Raphael (Raffaello Sanzio Da Urbino) Italy)

V&A - Raphael, The Conversion of the Proconsul (1515) - Raffaello Sanzio - Wikimedia Commons

Raphael 'The Conversion of the Proconsul' The Raphael Cartoons - Victoria and Albert Museum