Raffaello Exhib.in Rome - A Virtual Visit through his Life and Work in Quirinale
To experience at close range the Works of one of the greatest Artists of feelings and Drama, defined by Picasso as" the Painter who has been able to bring us close to the Divine" is pure joy.This was Raffaello Sanzio from Urbino (1483-1520 ) who created in Rome the most amazing frescoes in the Vatican Rooms. Loved by Popes, Kings and collectors, the feelings of his Madonnas, biblical and mythological stories, histories painted in his frescoes or oil on walls, wood, canvas or paper as in the Raphael' Cartoons in the Victoria & Albert Museum - heralded a new way of painting. From religious compositions and portraits extremely delicate and poetical in his Madonnas, Holy family and Sats up to 1508 in Florence, the style as he arrived in Rome, becomes a presentation of a story - not a representation - where the narrative is loud and convincing and in the Pope's Rooms becomes declamatory, theatrical, involving you in it.
You see this here, Illustrated in the photos of his masterpieces .