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The Madonna with the Christ Child and Saint John the Baptist is a 1506 painting by Raphael, now held in the Kunsthistorisches Museum in Vienna. It is also known as Madonna del prato (Madonna of the Meadow) or Madonna del Belvedere (after its long residence in the imperial collection in the Vienna Be...
Madonna with the Book (Connestabile Madonna) is a small (and probably unfinished) painting by the Italian Renaissance artist Raphael. It was likely the last work painted by Raphael in Umbria before moving to Florence. Its name comes from the Conestabile family of Perugia, from whom it was acquired b...
This wall painting, located in the Vatican, contains pictures of many famous philosophers. Plato and Aristotle are the two in the middle. As an inside joke, Raphael based Plato’s face on fellow artist Leonardo da Vinci. He also included Michelangelo and himself elsewhere in the painting.
Madonna of the Cloth (158 cm × 125 cm) is an oil on wood painting by the Italian High Renaissance painter Raphael. It is now at the Palazzo Pitti, Florence.
The Madonna with the Blue Diadem (68 cm × 44 cm) is an oil on wood painting by Raphael and his pupil Gianfrancesco Penni. It was completed around 1510-11. Now in the collection of the the Louvre.
The Aldobrandini Madonna, also known as the Garvagh Madonna, (38.7 cm × 32.7 cm) is a 1510 oil painting by the Italian renaissance artist Raphael. It is part of the collection of the National Gallery in London.