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Michelangelo Raphael da Vinci
Michelangelo David c. 1501-1504 marble This work of art is significant because:
Title: Artist: c. 1503-1506 oil on wood panel, 98 x 53 cm This work of art is significant because this work demonstrates:
Raphael The Small Cowper Madonna c. 1505 oil on wood panel This work of art is significant because it demonstrates:
Title: Artist: c. 1487-90 ink This work of art is significant because:
Artist: Rondanini Pieta 1555-1564 marble
“Michelangelo” Raphael The School of Athens 1509 fresco, width at the base 770 cm Stanza della Segnatura, Palazzi Pontifici, Vatican
“Bramante” Raphael The School of Athens 1509 fresco, width at the base 770 cm Stanza della Segnatura, Palazzi Pontifici, Vatican
“Raphael” Raphael The School of Athens 1509 fresco
Raphael The Small Cowper Madonna c. 1505 oil on wood panel Pietro Perugino Madonna with Child and the Infant St John 1497 oil on wood
Andrea del Verrocchio The Baptism of Christ 1472-75 oil on wood, 177 x 151 cm Galleria degli Uffizi, Florence This work of art is significant because it demonstrates:
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Michelangelo Italian Artist 1475 – 1564 Renaissance
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