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    Title
    Raphael
    Authors and contributors
    By (author) Antonio Forcellino, Translated by Lucinda Byatt
    Physical properties
    Format: Hardback
    Number of pages: 260
    Width: 189 mm
    Language
    English
    ISBN
    ISBN 13: 9780745644110
    ISBN 10: 0745644112
    Classifications

    BIC E4L: BIO
    Nielsen BookScan Product Class 3: T4.1
    BIC subject category V2: BGF, AGB, ACND, AFC
    BISAC V2.8: BIO005000, ART000000
    Warengruppen-Systematik des deutschen Buchhandels: 15830
    BISAC V2.8: ART016030, ART015080
    Libri: RAFF3000, RAPH5000
    DC23: 759.5
    Publisher
    John Wiley and Sons Ltd
    Imprint name
    Polity Press
    Publication date
    15 June 2012
    Publication City/Country
    Oxford
    Table of contents
    Introduction 1 Giovanni's Son 1 A Well-To-Do Household 2 A Sophisticated Court 3 Home and Workshop 4 Assistants and Masters 5 A Precocious Master 2 From Urbino to Umbria 1 The First Test 2 Recognition 3 Challenging the Masters 4 Turbulent Landscapes 5 The End of the Terror 3 The Florentine Period 1 In the City of Titans 2 A New World 3 Building a Reputation 4 Chronicle of a Tragedy 5 A Sudden Departure 4 In Rome 1 The Half-hidden Ruins 2 From Chalices to Helmets 3 The War of Images 4 The Rise to Primacy 5 The School of Raphael 5. The Pope and his Banker 1 The Pope's Beard 2 The Stanza of Heliodorus 3 Through the Streets of Rome 4 The Pope's Banker 5 `Amor Vincit Omnia` 6 Venus Emerges from the Water 7 Death of a Warrior Pope 6 The Years of Triumph 1 A New Era 2 One Long Party 3 In Pursuit of the Dream 4 Pitch Black Hair and Eyes 5 State Portraits 7 The Discovery of Architecture 1 Women of Devotion 2 Storming the Fortress 3 The Flight of Icarus 4 Private Pleasures 5 Between The Tiber and Monte Mario 8 A New Artist 1 The Inaccessible Palace 2 A Web of Jealousy 3 Venus Returns 4 Vila Madama 5 The Star That Fell from Heaven Notes Index of Names
    Author Information
    Antonio Forcellino is an art historian and restorer.
    Review quote
    'Written in his usual lively style, Forcellino's new book combines fast-moving narrative, a vivid portrait of Raphael the man, and a perceptive analysis of his art.' Peter Burke, University of Cambridge
    Table of contents
    Introduction 1 Giovanni's Son 1 A Well-To-Do Household 2 A Sophisticated Court 3 Home and Workshop 4 Assistants and Masters 5 A Precocious Master 2 From Urbino to Umbria 1 The First Test 2 Recognition 3 Challenging the Masters 4 Turbulent Landscapes 5 The End of the Terror 3 The Florentine Period 1 In the City of Titans 2 A New World 3 Building a Reputation 4 Chronicle of a Tragedy 5 A Sudden Departure 4 In Rome 1 The Half-hidden Ruins 2 From Chalices to Helmets 3 The War of Images 4 The Rise to Primacy 5 The School of Raphael 5. The Pope and his Banker 1 The Pope's Beard 2 The Stanza of Heliodorus 3 Through the Streets of Rome 4 The Pope's Banker 5 `Amor Vincit Omnia` 6 Venus Emerges from the Water 7 Death of a Warrior Pope 6 The Years of Triumph 1 A New Era 2 One Long Party 3 In Pursuit of the Dream 4 Pitch Black Hair and Eyes 5 State Portraits 7 The Discovery of Architecture 1 Women of Devotion 2 Storming the Fortress 3 The Flight of Icarus 4 Private Pleasures 5 Between The Tiber and Monte Mario 8 A New Artist 1 The Inaccessible Palace 2 A Web of Jealousy 3 Venus Returns 4 Vila Madama 5 The Star That Fell from Heaven Notes Index of Names