Paintings reproductions - Rafael Santi
Rafael Santi (born March 28 or April 6, 1483 in Urbino, died April 6, 1520 in Rome) is an Italian painter and architect of the Renaissance. A unique curiosity is the fact that the painter was born and also died on Good Friday, which contributed to his recognition as a divine artist. The painter gained special recognition for his perfect, harmonious style, which perfectly fitted into the canon of classical beauty.
He started learning painting early in his childhood, when his deceased mother's brother noticed in him the first flashes of artistic genius. However, it was not only painting that Rafael Santi dealt with. The artist also took part in archaeological, conservation and construction works.
Selected works:Marriage of Mary with Joseph, Resurrection of Christ, Three Graces, Lady with unicorn, Madonna di Foligno, St. John the Baptist in the desert, La Donna Velata, Holy Family under oak, Self-portrait with a friend, Way to Calvary.