Raphael's influence on Peter Paul Rubens

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This paper looks in detail at the influence Raphael had on the work of Peter Paul Rubens. First, the paper looks at a history of the two artists, and at the style of the two artists, pointing out similarities and differences in their work, and then moves on to looking at the influence of Raphael on Peter Paul Rubens, in terms of the colors, composition, emotions expressed.

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Other important early works of Raphael are dotted around Perugia, most notably his Crowning of the Virgin in the San Francesco chapel, and his The Marriage of the Virgin, which shows much maturity of style compared to his earlier works.
In the four years he spent in Perugino's workshop, Raphael learned all that his master could teach him, and the period passed without problems or challenges; in his early works, Raphael remained faithful to the Perugino School, which is understandable, as the stylistic characteristics he had acquired from his teacher, namely a clear organization of the composition and the avoidance of excessive detail, also provided useful means through which to express the new spirit of the High Renaissance (Toman, 1998).
In 1504, in his new home town of Siena, and then later in Florence, where he based himself from 1507, Raphael came in to contact with many artists, most notably Da Vinci and Michelangelo, through whose influence he came to develop a more grandiose, expressive, style. Here, he also learned new techniques, such as chiaroscuro and sfumato, and came under the influence of Da Vinci's bold figure placements and gestures. ...
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