Painter and Architect

User Comments:

    Name: Unknown
    Date: 2003-04-22
    Comments: Nice combination of high renaissance style painting (Da Vinci's School of Athens) and baroque style (Michelangelo's The Last Judgement). The figures are lined in portrait style similar to Da Vinci's School of Athens but yet the figures are in contorted positions like in Michelangelo's painings of the Sistine Chapel.

    Name: Unknown
    Date: 2003-06-08
    Comments: It's boring and the people all look the same, however, the Church is very detailed and accurate. Good perspective.

    Name: Unknown
    Date: 2003-08-24
    Comments: I'm amazed, still, at how simplistic the compositions were back then and the stylization of the figures. It's like you're looking at a painting in it's truest form - a base from which the paintings of today have arisen.

    Does that sound too profound?

    Name: Silent Bob
    Date: 2003-09-22
    Comments: Although this painting looks more like athens then nazareth; it is very good and shows lots of depth and perspective.

    Name: leann
    Date: 2003-09-24
    Comments: he uses brilliant colors to bring out the very essence of the painting. it is really a true work of art and has got to be one of his best. thank you raphael for enlighting us with your intelligence and skill.

    Date: 2004-01-09
    Comments: We may indeed say this picture shows the essence of her art. "We may indeed say that those who possess such gifts as Raphael are not mere men..." Vasari Seven of the faces are of the same person.

    Name: Unknown
    Date: 2004-03-31
    Comments: The backround puts the picture into perspective. He makes the people life-like and the colours blend naturally, with soft hues.Facial expression is clear, and very expressive. This is definately one of his best works.

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