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Raphael Born in 1483 and died in 1520 He was a painter and an architect Self-portrait
In 1509, Raphael was invited to the Vatican Vatican is a small country inside Italy that is home to the Pope Painted a portrait of Pope Julius II
“School of Athens”-Vatican City, Apostolic Palace Plato and Aristotle are in the middle Raphael is on the right
Under Pope Leo X, Raphael became the chief architect of St. Peter’s Basilica This is the largest Christian Church, can hold 60,000 people
In 1515, Raphael became the director of excavations in and near Rome Excavators dig into the ground looking for artifacts This helped scholars locate Greek and Roman texts
Just before Raphael died, Pope Leo X was thinking of making Raphael a Cardinal This is the position just under the pope The College of Cardinals elects the Pope
Popes change their names for the following reasons Want to have the same names as saints Pick names of other Popes they admired Pick traits they want to copy (Innocence)
Born in 1475 in Caprese Italy and died in 1564 His full name was Michelangelo Buonarroti Became an apprentice at the age of 13
Chalk portrait of Michelangelo
He learned the technique of fresco, which is when you paint on fresh plaster before it dries This is the technique he would use when he painted the Sistine Chapel
Michelangelo spent a lot of time with Lorenzo de Medici until he died Michelangelo completed the statue called “David” in 1504
Michelangelo decorated the tomb of Pope Julius II He worked on the Sistine Chapel ceiling from Sistine Chapel It is believed that he did not bathe the entire time
Pope Julius II’s tomb
In 1534, Michelangelo left Florence for Rome This is where he spent the rest of his life Michelangelo painted “The Last Judgment” in the wall behind the altar in Sistine Chapel
“The Last Judgment” Very controversial because of nude pictures
Michelangelo’s tomb in Florence
This is an introduction to Italian Art - The Renaissance I am Mr. Lanni, Art Teacher at Columbia Middle School. I will lead you through this presentation.
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Michelangelo Born in Caprese near Arezzo, today Caprese Michelangelo 1488 apprenticed to Domenico del Ghirlandaio for 3 years continued.
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