Differenza bejn ir-reviżjonijiet ta' "Raffaello"

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'''Raffaello''', isem sħiħ ''Raffaello Sanzio'' jew ''Raffaello Santi'', (28 ta' Marzu jew 6 ta’ April<ref>He is said to have been born on Good Friday (March 28, 1483), but is stated to have been born on the same ''date'' as his death on the inscription of his tomb (he died three hours after the Ave Maria of Good Friday). Both birth dates cannot be true.</ref>, 1483, [[Urbino]], Dukat ta’ Urbino, l-[[Italja]] — 6 ta’ April, 1520, [[Ruma]], Stati Papali, l-Italja), pittur u arkitett tar-Rinaxximent Għoli Taljan. Raffaello huwa magħruf l-iktar għall-Madonni tiegħu u għall-kompożizzjonijiet kbar bil-figuri fil-Vatikan. Ix-xogħol tiegħu huwa ammirat għaċ-ċarezza tal-forma u l-faċilità tal-kompożizzjoni u għar-rappreżentazzjoni viżwali tal-ideal Neoplatoniku tal-grandjożità umana.
 
* Giorgio Vasari, ''Le vite de' più eccellenti pittori, scultori e architettori'', ''Vita di Raffaello da Urbino'', Firenze 1568.
* Heinrich Wölfflin, ''Classic Art; An Introduction to the Renaissance'', 1952), Phaidon, New York.
* Laura Gigli, ''Guide rionali di Roma'', Borgo (II), Palombi Editori 1992, Ruma ISSN 0393-2710 {{It}},