All the frescos of Raphael, Volume 1
Raphael's frescos for the Vatican apartments were so far superior to the work of other painters that Pope Julius II had all the other works in these rooms destroyed at once in order that Raphael might have the honor of seeing his work preferred above all others. The ideals of Truth, Goodness, and Beauty provide the connection for the many frescos; these ideals are given body by means of a "supreme harmony of forms" and a "tonality of colors".
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altar Ambrosiana angels Apollo Approving the Decretals architectural artist Battle of Ostia Biographical Notes Bramante Bramantino Campos Cardinal and Theological cartoon Castiglione century Chapel chiaroscuro circular fresco classical Code to Justinian Color Plate Coppier Crowe and Caval Crowe and Cavalcaselle decorated Decretals plate 59 depicting Detail of plate Dispute episodes executed Federico Gonzaga finished Florence fresco Giovanni Giovanni Santi Gregory IX Approving Handing the Code Heraclitus inscription Isabella d'Este large lunette Leonardo letter light luminous Madonna Maria della Rovere Marsyas ments Michelangelo Milan Ortolani painted Parnassus perhaps Perugia Perugino Peruzzi pictorial Piero della Francesca plate 16 plate 44 plate 49A Plate 60 Plato poets Pope Julius Ragghianti Raphael repainted Rome San Severo Santi School of Athens Sistine Sodoma Solomon in Judgment St Peter's Stanza della Segnatura Theological Virtues Tribonian Handing Trinity and Saints TRIUMPH OF GALATEA Urbino Vasari Vatican Vault plates Villa Farnesina visible walls