Author(s): Claudio Strinati; Raphael
Originally published in 2016, and now available from ACC, Raphael is a beautifully illustrated volume on the life and works of the Italian painter, designer and architect, whose work conveys the most complete expression of the ideals of the High Renaissance. Although he died at 37, Raphael's influence remains. This important volume reflects that view and includes a number of rare and some previously unpublished images. Contents: Debut in the Urbino milieu; Young Raffaello, Painter of Religious Art; Arrival in Florence; Supreme Authority; The Deposition; The Triumph: the Stanza della Segnatura and the first masterpieces in Rome; Perfection of the shape; The King of painting; The Stanza di Eliodoro; Success in Italy and France; The Stanza dell incendio di Borgo Superintendent of Fine Arts; Master of the Masters; Raffaello Managing his own Glory; Bibliography.