Art

Monica Girardi

Raffaello

  • € 9,40

    Out of print

A book that narrates the life of a great painter and his continuous pursuit of perfection, inseparably linked to the tenderness of nature.

[Raphael] A short life intensely lived in the most important places of the Renaissance: the court of Urbino, cultured Florence, the Rome of Julius II. A series of masterpieces to rewrite, from start to finish, the history and the outcome of art. Constant commitment to absolute beauty, with traveling companions like Leonardo, Michelangelo, Bramante.
Raphael (1483-1520): an absolute genius, but also a curious, attentive, passionate youth, full of ideas and enthusiasm, a handsome, elegant, sensual young man capable of evolving and exploring his own emotional depths. His human adventure is studded with masterpieces, like miracles generated by a perfect balance of intellectual control and unbridled abandon to the world’s marvels. The book offers an unusual concentration of information on the artist, with over 300 full-color illustrations.


Format
13,5x21
Binding
paperback
Pages
144
Year of publication
1999
ISBN
9788878138698
Genre
Art
Publisher
Electa

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