LIV: Raphael


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651. Annunciation, Raphael, ca. 1503
Vatican Museums
652. Marriage of the Virgin, Raphael, 1504
Pinacoteca di Brera, Milan
653. Visitation, Raphael, ca. 1517
Museo del Prado, Madrid
654: Adoration of the Child, Raphael, 1509
Musée Condé, Chantilly, France
655. Adoration of the Magi, Raphael, ca. 1503
Museo del Prado, Madrid
656. Holy Family, Raphael, ca, 1506
Hermitage Museum, St. Petersburg
657. Holy Family, Raphael, ca. 1506
Museo del Prado, Madrid
658. Holy Family with . . , Raphael, 1506
Scottish National Gallery, Edinburgh
659. Holy Family with . . , Raphael, 1507
Alte Pinakothek, Munich
660. Holy Family with . . , Raphael, ca. 1516
Scottish National Gallery, Edinburgh
661. Holy Family with . . , Raphael pl ca. 1516
Scottish National Gallery, Edinburgh
662. Holy Family with . . , Raphael, 1518
Louvre, Paris
663. Presentation in the Temple, Raphael, ca. 1503
Vatican Museums
664. Madonna and Child, Raphael, ca. 1507
Private Collection
665. Madonna and Child, Raphael, ca. 1502
Gemäldegalerie der Staatlichen Museen, Berlin
666. Madonna and Child, Raphael, ca. 1503
Norton Simon Museum, Pasadena
667. Madonna and Child with, Raphael, ca. 1503
Berlin State Museums
668. Madonna and Child, Raphael, 1504
Hermitage Museum, St. Petersburg
669. Madonna and Child Enthroned with . . , Raphael, 1504
Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
670. Madonna and Child, Raphael, 1504
Palazzo Pitti, Florence
671. Madonna and Child Enthroned with . . , Raphael, 1505
National Gallery, London
672. Madonna and Child, Raphael, ca. 1505
National Gallery of Art, Washington D.C.
673. Madonna and Child with . . , Raphael, ca. 1505
Berlin State Museums
674. Madonna and Child with . . , Raphael, ca. 1506
Uffizi, Florence
675. Madonna and Child with . . , Raphael, ca. 1506
Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna
676. Madonna and Child, Raphael, ca. 1607
Musée Condé, Chantilly, France
677. Madonna and Child , Raphael, ca. 1507
Scottish National Gallery, Edinburgh
678. Madonna and Child with . . , Raphael, ca. 1607
Scottish National Gallery, Edinburgh
679. Madonna and Child Enthroned with . . , Raphael, ca. 1508
Palazzo Pitti, Florence
680. Madonna and Child, Raphael, ca. 1508
Berlin State Museums
681. Madonna and Child, Raphael, 1508
Alte Pinakothek, Munich
682. Madonna and Child, Raphael, 1509
Metropolitan Museum of Art, Washington D.C.
683. Madonna and Child with . . , Raphael, 1508
Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest
684. Madonna and Child with . . , Raphael, ca. 1509
National Gallery, London
685. Madonna and Child, Raphael, ca. 1510
National Gallery, London
686. Madonna and Child, Raphael, ca. 1510
National Gallery of Art, Washington D.C.
687. Madonna and Child with . . , Raphael, ca. 1511
Gemäldegalerie Alte Meister, Dresden
688. Madonna and Child with . . , Raphael, ca. 1513
Walters Art Museum, Baltimore
689. Madonna and Child with . . , Raphael, ca. 1514
Palazzo Pitti, Florence
690. Madonna and Child with . . , Raphael, ca. 1514
Palazzo Pitti, Florence
691. Madonna and Child with . . , Raphael, 1514
Alte Pinakothek, Munich
692. Crucifixion, Raphael, ca. 1503
National Gallery, London
693. Pietà, Raphael, ca. 1504
Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, Boston
694. Deposition, Raphael, 1507
Galleria Borghese, Rome
695. Coronation of the Virgin, Raphael, ca. 1503
National Gallery, London


All of Raphael’s paintings (651 thru 695) were obtained from Wikipedia’s list of his works at https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_paintings_by_Raphael

I was hoping to fill this page with his depictions of the Madonna, but while the ones displayed here comprise slightly more than forty percent of all his known work, we still came up five short.

For those who might not yet have heard, Raphael, together with Michelangelo and Leonardo da Vinci, were viewed by their contemporariesand have traditionally been identified by just about everyone sinceas the greatest, and certainly the most influential artists of the High Renaissance.

Unfortunately, he was only thirty-seven when he died. As a great personal admirer of his work, and in memory of what might yet have been, I’ve decided to leave the remaining slots on this page empty.

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