RAFFAELLO

20,00

Reproduction of the bust of Raffaello Sanzio.
Craft artefact produced in Tuscany in white resin and marble powder, with wooden base.

Born in Urbino in 1483, he was a painter and an architect. His training took place in the workshop of Perugino, sharing many of his early subjects with his teacher. His great talent, and his ability to understand and make his own the lessons of his predecessors, from Piero della Francesca to Leonardo and Michelangelo, allowed him to quickly move away from his master’s style. He soon moves to Florence, in 1504, where he mainly works for private commissioners. One of the most famous works from his Florentine period is the Madonna del Cardellino, now to be found in Le Gallerie degli Uffizi. In 1508 he moves to Rome where he further develops his style through the study of classical art, becoming one of the leading experts on the subject. He died in Rome in 1520.

Availability: In stock

SKU: 02EU20BASLBR Categories: , , ,

Materials: resin and marble, wooden base
Size: cm 15,5 x 9 x 6
Weight: gr 458

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