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RAPHAEL SANZIO
P I E T E R B RU E G E L
Renaissance PowerPoint Presentation
World History I H – Ms. Ross
By: Abby Cline and Jackie Chen
RAPHAEL SANZIO
By: Abby Cline
EARLY LIFE
 Raphael Sanzio was born on April 6, 1432 in Urbino, Italy.
 Raphael's father was Giovanni Santi, a court painter who gave him
most of his experience as an artist.
 In 1491, his mother Magia de Batista Ciarla died when Raphael was
only eight years old. His father remarried but later died in 1494. He was
orphaned at the age of 11.
 Raphael’s uncle, Bartolomeo became his legal guardian. Although he
became his legal guardian he began living with his stepmother.
EARLY LIFE
 Urbino, Italy was a town that had high regards for the arts.
 After his fathers death he served as an apprentice for many different master
painters
 One of the most significant masters Raphael served for was Perugia. Under his
instruction he learned to clear the organization of the subject of matter, overall
composition, and editing skills.
 He was trained as a master at the age of eighteen.
 His first major work was the Baronci altarpiece for the Saint Nicholas Church in
Citta di Castello.
MAJOR WORKS
Baronci Altarpiece- This altarpiece was
created for Andrea Barconi’s chapel the church
of Saint Nicholas of Tolentino in Citta di
Castello. It was Raphael's first documented
work. It was commissioned in 1500 and
finished in 1501. This piece was severely
damaged in an earthquake in 1789 fragments
of this piece are located in different areas. This
work relates to the renaissance because it’s a
painting where the figure looks idealized, the
bodies are clothed, and the face expresses what
the person is thinking. In this picture the
person depicted seems doleful or disappointed.
MAJOR WORKS
Madonna on the Chair- This piece
was painted with oil on wood by
Raphael in 1514. Raphael painted this
piece in Rome and it later became apart
of the Medici family’s art collection. He
painted this piece shortly after working
on the Vatican “Stanza d'Eliodoro.”
This relates to Renaissance themes
because forms of art were usually
paintings that depicted religious scene,
bodies that look idealized, bodies that
are clothed. All of these characteristics
fit this piece of art.
LIFESTYLE AND
RELATIONSHIPS
 Lived in a large Roman Palace.
 Engaged to Maria Bibbiena the niece of a cardinal (Arranged).
 Never was able to become engaged due to the death or Maria.
 After Maria’s Death had a long-lasting relationship with Margherita
Luti.
 He is said to have had many affairs.
DEATH
 Raphael Sanzio died unexpectedly on his thirty-seventh birthday
(April 6, 1520 A.D.) of mysterious causes in Rome. There were many
people who attended his funeral. He was buried in the Pantheon one
of Italy’s most popular burial sites.
Pantheon located in Rome,
Italy.
PIETER BRUEGEL
By: Jackie Chen
EARLY LIFE
● Born in 1525, in either the Netherlands or in Belgium
● Pieter Bruegel was known as the greatest Flemish painter in the
16th century
● Spent much time working in Antwerp and Brussels
● Married Maria Aelst and had two sons
● His family was already Renaissance painters
MAJOR WORKS
The Hunter in the Snow
The painting shows three hunters with their
dogs returning to their village after their hunting
expedition.
● This painting is one of the first winter
landscapes
● The painting shows one of the
seasons(winter)
PIETER BRUEGEL
● Paintings had landscapes and scenes of everyday life
● Had many religious paintings, and some reflected Biblical proverbs and
he satirized humankind
● In 1565, he completed paintings that portrayed the seasons
● His paintings usually had a house in the left corner, and
in the right hand corner, he usually had a street that you
could see right down
PIETER BRUEGEL
● His paintings were highly detailed with many peasants
● His work was for private patrons
● He was considered the greatest painter in the
Netherlands in the 16th century
● He became famous through engravings
● Died at age 44 in 1569
PIETER BRUEGEL
This is a self portrait
painting of Pieter
Bruegel.
COMPARE AND CONTRAST
• Italian
•Born in 1432 A.D.
•Mostly religious
related pieces
•Painters
•Both died
fairly young
•Born into a
family of artists
• Flemish
•Born in 1525 A.D.
•Most pieces were of
landscapes
WORK CITED
ayay.co.uk/background/paintings/pieter_bruegel_the_elder/self-portrait
http://www.biography.com/people/raphael-41051
http://www.cuchicago.edu/Documents/Academics/College%20of%20Arts%20and
%20Sciences/art/Art%20Lessons/3rd_04_Raphael-Sanzio_Madonna-of-theChair.pdf
http://www.finearttouch.com/Raphael_s_Madonna_of_the_Chair.html
http://www.guaranteedportraits.com/portrait-painting/raphael/
http://www.wga.hu/html_m/r/raphael/1early/02baron1.html
WORK CITED
http://www.raphaelsanzio.org/biography.html
http://www.yesnet.yk.ca/schools/projects/renaissance/
www.oldmasterprint.net/index.php/artist/pieter-brueghel-1520-1569.html
http://www.thesrtwolf.com/landscapes/bruegel-elder-hunters-snow.htm

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