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In this FULL VERSION, you will find over 100 drawings by the great master Raphael.
This App is available for iPod, iPhone and iPad. Optimized for iOS6, retina display and iPhone 5. It allows you to share images via email, Twitter and Facebook, or save them to your camera roll (with no watermarks). Share the artist bio via email. Select your favorites. View the images one by one, or enjoy a slideshow.
Enjoy this fantastic visual gallery, share the images with your friends, and learn about the artist life.
Raffaello Sanzio da Urbino, better known simply as Raphael, was an Italian painter and architect of the High Renaissance, celebrated for the perfection and grace of his paintings and drawings. Together with Michelangelo and Leonardo da Vinci, he forms the traditional trinity of great masters of that period.
Raphael was one of the finest draftsmen in the history of Western art, and used drawings extensively to plan his compositions. When beginning to plan a composition, he would lay out a large number of stock drawings of his on the floor, and begin to draw "rapidly", borrowing figures from here and there. Over four hundred sheets of sketches survive altogether. He used different drawings to refine his poses and compositions, apparently to a greater extent than most other painters, to judge by the number of variants that survive.
Most Raphael drawings are rather precise—even initial sketches with naked outline figures are carefully drawn, and later working drawings often have a high degree of finish, with shading and sometimes highlights in white. They lack the freedom and energy of some of Leonardo's and Michelangelo's sketches, but are nearly always aesthetically very satisfying. He was one of the last artists to use metalpoint (literally a sharp pointed piece of sliver or another metal) extensively, although he also made superb use of the freer medium of red or black chalk. In his final years he was one of the first artists to use female models for preparatory drawings—male pupils ("garzoni") were normally used for studies of both sexes.
What's New in Version 2.5
- Optimized for iOS 6.1.3
- Updated User Interface
- New Splash Page
- NT$ 30
- Category: Education
- Updated: 15 May 2013
- Version: 2.5
- Size: 53.1 MB
- Language: English
- Developer: A Fuchs
- © Aramis 2013
Compatibility: Requires iOS 5.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.