Visual Timeline: Raphael

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1480 CE 1490 CE 1500 CE 1510 CE 1520 CE  
 
1483 CE - 1520 CE: Life of the Italian Renaissance artist and architect Raphael.
 
1499 CE - 1503 CE: The Italian Renaissance artist Raphael studies in Peruggia under Pietro Perugino.
 
1504 CE: The Italian Renaissance artist Raphael completes his The Marriage of the Virgin.
 
1504 CE: The Italian Renaissance artist Raphael relocates to Florence.
 
1507 CE: The Italian Renaissance artist Raphael completes his painting The Entombment of Christ (aka The Deposition).
 
1508 CE: The Italian Renaissance artist Raphael relocates to Rome.
 
 
1511 CE: The Italian Renaissance artist Raphael completes his frescoes in the Stanze della Segnatura of the Vatican which include The School of Athens.
 
1511 CE - 1514 CE: The Italian Renaissance artist Raphael continues to work on frescoes in the Vatican.
 
1512 CE: The Italian Renaissance artist Raphael paints a portrait of Pope Julius II.
 
1512 CE: The Italian Renaissance artist Raphael paints his Sistine Madonna.
 
1514 CE: The Italian Renaissance artist Raphael paints his portrait of the courtier Baldassare Castiglione.
 
 
1514 CE: The Italian Renaissance artist Raphael is involved in the plans for St. Peter’s Basilica in Rome.
 
1516 CE: The Italian Renaissance artist Raphael paints his The Madonna of the Chair.
 
 
1517 CE - 1520 CE: The Italian Renaissance artist Raphael lives in Rome’s Palazzo Caprini, designed by Donato Bramante.
 
 
1520 CE: The Italian Renaissance artist Raphael is entombed in Rome's Pantheon.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
1480 CE 1490 CE 1500 CE 1510 CE