Raphael at Chantilly. The master and his students - The Chantilly notebooks
Five hundred years after Raphael's death, the Musée Condé de Chantilly, the most important place in France for getting to know the artist after the Louvre Museum, pays tribute to him by re-examining its collection of drawings and paintings, rich in autograph works or works created by the master's pupils, accompanied by some prestigious loans.
This is an opportunity to look back over Raphael's brief but flourishing career, through the major stages of his training and the evolution of his style. Starting with his first commissions, executed under the influence of Perugino, this catalogue will focus on the harmonious religious compositions of his Florentine period and on the masterpieces linked to the great Roman decorations that marked his triumph, culminating in the rich production of his disciples, Giulio Romano, author of the decorations of Palazzo Te in Mantua, Polidoro da Caravaggio and Perino del Vaga, a specialist in grotesques.
96 pages / 60 illustrations
- Dimensions :
- 21,5 x 21,8 x 1,5 cm
- Museum :
- Ecouen - Musée national de la Renaissance
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