Raffaello Sanzio

Raffaello Sanzio ( Urbino, 28 March 1483 – Rome, 6 April 1520 ) was a painter and architect Italian, among the most famous of the Renaissance. Considered one of the greatest artists of all time, his work marked an essential path for all subsequent painters and was of vital importance for the development of the artistic language of the centuries to come, giving life to a school that made art “in its own way” and that goes by the name of mannerism . A fundamental model for all the academies until the first half of the nineteenth century, its influence can also be seen in 20th century painters such as Salvador Dalí. His major paintings are in the Uffizi Museum in Florence.

Piazzale degli Uffizi, 6, Firenze, 50122, ItalyGreater Europe,Global,50122 https://uffizifirenze.it/la-sala-di-raffaello-alla-galleria-degli-uffizi.html

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