Raffaello, Ritratto di Bindo Altoviti, 1515, olio su tavola, National Gallery of Art di Washington
Raffaello, Ritratto di Agnolo Doni, 1505-1506, olio su tavola, Galleria Palatina, Firenze
Raffaello, Madonna Sistina, particolare, 1512, olio su tela, Gemäldegalerie, Dresda
Raffaello, Madonna di Foligno, 1511-1512, olio su tavola, Pinacoteca Vaticana, Città del Vaticano
Raffaello, Ritratto di Baldassarre Castiglione, 1514-1515, olio su tela, Museo del Louvre, Lens
Raffaello, Ritratto di Maddalena Strozzi, 1506-1507, olio su tavola, Palazzo Pitti, Firenze
Raffaello, Ritratto di Fedra Inghirami, 1509, olio su tavola, Palazzo Pitti, Firenze
Raffaello, Madonna Sistina, 1512, olio su tela, Gemäldegalerie, Dresda
Raffaello, la Velata, 1515, olio su tela, Palazzo Pitti, Firenze
Giulia Farnese, the infamous mistress to Pope Rodrigo Borgia during his tenure as Pope. Young and beautiful Giulia was known as La Bella, or the Pope's whore. Her daughter Laura was likely the Pope's daughter though he never recognised her. She is also possible the mother of the infant of Rome, or Giovanni Borgia.
Self Portrait - Raphael. 1504-06. Oil on panel. 47.5 x 33 cm. Galleria degli Uffizi, Florence, Italy.
Raffaello Sanzio - Perla di Modena
St Catherine of Alexandria by Raphael Sanzio, 1508 Art Experience NYC www.artexperiencenyc.com
Raphael's Iconic Painting: The Sistine Madonna
Sistine Madonna, also called La Madonna di San Sisto, is an oil painting by the Italian artist Raffaello Sanzio (Raphael). -
Portrait of a Cardinal by Raphael (Raffaello Sanzio da Urbino, Italian, 1483-1520), 1510
1518 Jeanne d'Aragon by Raffaello Sanzio ("Raphael") (Louvre) **Jeanne d'Aragon wears a spectacular hat in this 1518 Raphael portrait. Her outer garment would be very immodest, á la Minoan, so a modesty piece is added. The sleeves of her chemise are highlit by the slashed and (satin?) sleeves of her outer dress. Her sleeves are puffed outwards by the fukkness uf the sleeves of her chemise, a style that would last for over a century. Note the lack of a vee-pointed bodice; she only wears a…
RAPHAEL (Raffaello Sanzio da Urbino) (1483-1520) ~ - The Charge to Saint Peter
Raphael's Marriage of the Virgin, 1504. Geometric perspective, serene faces (except for the rejected suitor breaking his staff), passionate (if a little monotone) colors. A celebration of the Church, the Renaissance and (he signed his name!) the artist himself.