Raphael, Prince of the Arts: A New Film Explains His Genius

The new film by Luca Viotto, titled Raffaello, il principe delle arti, examines the origins of this artist undisputed greatness with the use of the latest film technologies

Nobody would ever question the formidable artistic genius behind Raphael’s greatest works: together with Leonardo da Vinci and Michelangelo Buonarroti, the artist was among the luminaries of the High Renaissance, as well as one of the most influential painters of all times. But even so, a brand new film by Luca Viotto, titled Raffaello, il principe delle arti – in 3D (Raphael, Prince of the Arts – in 3D), sets out to examine the origins of this artist’s undisputed...

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