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Square Artistic Umbrella Raphael : "The Angel"
Chic and robust - 87 x 87 cm
Made in France
Canopy (cover) 100% polyester : 87 x 87 cm (34.3" x 34.3")
Cylindrical handle made of black wood
Delivered with its black cord sling
Length of the umbrella : 77 cm (30.3")
Weight : ultralight : 400g (0.88 pounds)
Very robust : double ribs system
Perfect impermeability (between 180 and 200 Schmerbers)
Resisting to the U.V
The Renaissance in painting is an artistic movement that developed in Italy at the beginning of the 15th century and spread throughout Europe in the following centuries. It is characterized by a return to the values of classical antiquity and by the rediscovery of the art of perspective, anatomy and proportion. Among the most famous artists of the Renaissance, we can mention Leonardo da Vinci, Michelangelo and Raphael. Leonardo da Vinci, born in 1452, is known for his paintings such as The Last Supper and The Mona Lisa, as well as for his numerous sketches and drawings of machines and inventions. Michelangelo, born in 1475, is mostly known for his frescoes in the Sistine Chapel and for his sculpture of the Pietà. Raphael, born in 1483, is famous for his oil paintings such as La Madonna della Seggiola and The Transfiguration. The Renaissance was influenced by many factors, including the rediscovery of numerous texts from antiquity thanks to the travels of Marco Polo and the Crusades, as well as the invention of printing which allowed the dissemination of these texts. It was also influenced by new humanistic ideas that emphasized the importance of man and his place in the world. In painting, the Renaissance saw the emergence of new techniques such as the use of oil paint, which allowed artists to create more detailed and durable works. It also saw the use of perspective, which gave the impression of depth to the image, as well as the use of anatomy and proportion to represent the body in a more realistic way.
Raphael, French name of Raffaello Sanzio da Urbino, was one of the main painters of the Renaissance, along with Leonardo da Vinci, Michelangelo and Botticelli.
His influence on painting is such that his working methods (with a consequent workshop where everyone is in charge of a certain task) were in force everywhere in Europe long after his death. In the same way, the academies of painting relied until the 19th century on its precepts and principles.
Most of the work of this painter who died very young (37 years old) is in the Vatican.