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The High Renaissance period is traditionally taken to begin in the 1490s, with Leonardo's fresco of the Last Supper in Milan and the death of Lorenzo de' Medici in Florence, and to have ended in 1527 with the sacking of Rome by the troops of Charles V. This short period of exceptional artistic production was confined to Italian states, principally in Rome and Venice. Prior Renaissance paintings and other European works outside of Italy are included under the Name the Painter - Early Renaissance and Name the Painter - Northern Renaissance subjects, respectively. European art immediately following the High Renaissance period is covered under the Name the Painter - Mannerism subject. Facts are derived from the most popular paintings of key artists listed on the Wikipedia, Wikiart, WikiMedia Commons, Google Art Project, The Atheneum, Olga's Gallery, Web Gallery of Art and other relevant websites.

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Antonio Da Correggio
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Assumption of the Virgin; 1526-1530; Italian; High Renaissance; Dome of the Cathedral of Parma, Italy; fresco; 1090 x 1195 cm
Antonio Da Correggio
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Christ Presented to the People (Ecce Homo); 1525-1530; Italian; High Renaissance; The National Gallery, London, England; oil on canvas; 79 x 100 cm
Antonio Da Correggio
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Jupiter and Io; 1531-1532; Italian; High Renaissance; Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna, Austria; oil on canvas; 162 x 73 cm
Antonio Da Correggio
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Leda and the Swan; 1532; Italian; High Renaissance; Staatliche Museen, Berlin, Germany; oil on canvas; 180 x 218 cm
Antonio Da Correggio
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Nativity (The Holy Night); 1529-1530; Italian; High Renaissance; Gemäldegalerie Alte Meister, Dresden Germany; oil on canvas; 256 x 188 cm
Antonio Da Correggio
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Venus and Cupid wih a Satyr; 1528; Italian; High Renaissance; Musée du Louvre, Paris, France; oil on canvas; 188 x 126 cm
Cima Da Conegliano
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Christ Among the Doctors; 1504; Italian; Venetian Renaissance; National Museum in Warsaw, Poland; tempera on panel; 54 x 84 cm
Cima Da Conegliano
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Madonna of the Orange Tree; 1495; Italian; Venetian Renaissance; Gallerie dell'Accademia, Venice, Italy; tempera and oil on panel; 120 x 139 cm
Cima Da Conegliano
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The Annunciation; 1495; Italian; Venetian Renaissance; The Hermitage, St. Petersburg, Russia; tempera and oil on canvas transferred from wood; 136 x 107 cm
Cima Da Conegliano
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The Madonna and Child with Sts. John the Baptist and Mary Magdalen; 1511-13; Italian; Venetian Renaissance; Musée du Louvre, Paris, France; oil on wood; 167 x 110 cm
Fra Bartolomeo
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Christ with the Four Evangelists; 1516; Italian; High Renaissance; Galleria Palatina, Florence, Italy; oil on canvas; 282 x 204 cm
Fra Bartolomeo
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The Adoration of the Christ Child; 1499; Italian; High Renaissance; Galleria Borghese, Rome, Italy; tempera on wood; 89 cm diameter
Fra Bartolomeo
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The Marriage of St. Catherine of Siena; 1511; Italian; High Renaissance; Musée du Louvre, Paris, France; oil on wood panel; 257 x 228 cm
Fra Bartolomeo
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Vision of St. Bernard with Sts. Benedict and John the Evangelist; 1504; Italian; High Renaissance; Galleria degli Uffizi, Florence, Italy; oil on panel; 213 x 220 cm
Giorgione
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The Sleeping Venus; 1508-1510; Italian; High Renaissance; Gemaldegalerie, Dresden, Germany; oil on canvas; 108 x 175 cm
Giorgione
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The Tempest; 1506-1508; Italian; High Renaissance; Gallerie dell'Accademia, Venice, Italy; oil on canvas; 83 x 73 cm
Giorgione
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The Three Philosophers; 1508-1509; Italian; High Renaissance; Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna, Austria; oil on canvas; 124 x 144 cm
Giorgione
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Young Man with Arrow; 1506; Italian; High Renaissance; Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna, Austria; oil on poplar wood; 48 x 42 cm
Girolamo Savoldo
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Mary Magdalene; 1535-1540; Italian; High Renaissance; The National Gallery, London, England; oil on canvas; 89 x 82 cm
Girolamo Savoldo
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Portrait of a Clad Warrior (Portrait of Gaston of Foix); 1529; Italian; High Renaissance; Musée du Louvre, Paris, France; oil on canvas; 91 x 123 cm
Girolamo Savoldo
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Saint Matthew and the Angel; 1534; Italian; High Renaissance; The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, U.S.A.; oil on canvas; 93 x 124 cm
Girolamo Savoldo
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Shepherd with a Flute; 1540; Italian; High Renaissance; J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles, California, U.S.A.; oil on canvas; 97 x 78 cm
Girolamo Savoldo
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St. Jerome; 1525-30; Italian; High Renaissance; The National Gallery, London, England; oil on canvas; 121 x 160 cm
Girolamo Savoldo
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The Mourning of Christ; 1513-1520; Italian; High Renaissance; Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna, Austria; oil on wood; 72 x 118 cm
Girolamo Savoldo
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Tobias and the Angel; 1522-1525; Italian; High Renaissance; Galleria Borghese, Rome, Italy; oil on canvas; 96 x 124 cm
Leonardo Da Vinci
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Annunciation; 1472-1475; Italian; High Renaissance; Galleria degli Uffizi, Florence, Italy; oil and tempera on panel; 98 x 217 cm
Leonardo Da Vinci
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Bacchus; 1510-1515; Italian; High Renaissance; Musée du Louvre, Paris, France; oil on canvas; 177 x 115 cm
Leonardo Da Vinci
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Benois Madonna (Madonna and Child with Flowers); 1478; Italian; High Renaissance; The Hermitage, St. Petersburg, Russia; oil on canvas; 50 x 33 cm
Leonardo Da Vinci
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Ginevra de' Benci; 1474; Italian; High Renaissance; The National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C., U.S.A.; oil on panel; 42 x 37 cm
Leonardo Da Vinci
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La belle ferronnière (Portrait of an Unknown Woman); 1490; Italian; High Renaissance; Musée du Louvre, Paris, France; oil on panel; 63 x 45 cm
Leonardo Da Vinci
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Lady with an Ermine; 1489-1490; Italian; High Renaissance; Wawel Castle, Krakow, Poland; oil on panel; 39 x 53 cm
Leonardo Da Vinci
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Madonna Litta; 1490; Italian; High Renaissance; The Hermitage, St. Petersburg, Russia; tempera on canvas transferred from panel; 42 x 33 cm
Leonardo Da Vinci
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Madonna of the Carnation; 1478-1480; Italian; High Renaissance; Alte Pinakothek, Munich, Germany; oil on panel; 62 x 48 cm
Leonardo Da Vinci
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Madonna with the Yarnwinder (The Buccleuch Madonna); 1501; Italian; High Renaissance; Scottish National Gallery, Edinburgh, Scotland (on loan from private collection); oil on walnut; 48 x 37 cm
Leonardo Da Vinci
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Mona Lisa; 1503-1506; Italian; High Renaissance; Musée du Louvre, Paris, France; oil on poplar wood; 77 x 53 cm
Leonardo Da Vinci
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Portrait of a Musician (Portrait of the Franchino Gaffurio?); 1490; Italian; High Renaissance; Pinacoteca Ambrosiana, Milan, Italy; oil on wood; 45 x 32 cm
Leonardo Da Vinci
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St. John the Baptist; 1513-1516; Italian; High Renaissance; Musée du Louvre, Paris, France; oil on panel; 69 x 57 cm
Leonardo Da Vinci
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The Last Supper; 1494 -1498; Italian; High Renaissance; Santa Maria delle Grazie, Milan, Italy; tempera on gesso; 460 x 880 cm
Leonardo Da Vinci
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The Virgin and Child with Saint Anne; 1503; Italian; High Renaissance; Musée du Louvre, Paris, France; oil on wood; 168 x 112 cm
Leonardo Da Vinci
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The Virgin of the Rocks; 1495-1508; Italian; High Renaissance; The National Gallery, London, England; oil on poplar wood; 190 x 120 cm
Lorenzo Lotto
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Madonna of the Rosary; 1539; Italian; High Renaissance; Pinacoteca Comunale D. Stefanucci and Church of San Domenico, Cingoli, Italy; oil on canvas; 384 x 264 cm
Lorenzo Lotto
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Madonna and Child with Saints Katharine and James the Elder; 1528-1530; Italian; High Renaissance; Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna, Austria; oil on canvas; 113 x 152 cm
Lorenzo Lotto
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Portrait of a Gentleman with a Lion Paw; 1527; Italian; High Renaissance; Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna, Austria; oil on canvas; 96 x 70 cm
Lorenzo Lotto
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Portrait of a Lady as Lucretia; 1530-1532; Italian; High Renaissance; The National Gallery, London, England; oil on canvas; 96 x 111 cm
Lorenzo Lotto
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Portrait of Andrea Odoni, a Venetian Art Dealer; 1527; Italian; High Renaissance; Hampton Court Palace, London, England; oil on canvas; 114 x 101 cm
Luca Signorelli
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Resurrection of the Flesh; 1499-1502; Italian; High Renaissance; Orvieto Cathedral, Italy; fresco; size unknown
Luca Signorelli
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The Damned Cast Into Hell; 1499-1505; Italian; High Renaissance; Orvieto Cathedral, Italy; fresco; size unknown
Luca Signorelli
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The Elect in Paradise; 1499-1505; Italian; High Renaissance; Orvieto Cathedral, Italy; fresco; size unknown
Luca Signorelli
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The Last Judgment; 1499-1503; Italian; High Renaissance; Orvieto Cathedral, Italy; fresco; size unknown
Michelangelo
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An Ignudi; 1508-1512; Italian; High Renaissance; Sistine Chapel, Vatican City; fresco; various sizes
Michelangelo
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Ceiling of the Sistine Chapel; 1508-1511; Italian; High Renaissance; Sistine Chapel, Vatican City; fresco; 39 x 14 cm
Michelangelo
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Delphic Sibyl; 1505; Italian; High Renaissance; Sistine Chapel, Vatican City; fresco; size unknown
Michelangelo
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The Conversion of Saul; 1542-1545; Italian; High Renaissance; Cappella Paolina, Vatican Palace, Vatican City; fresco; 625 x 661 cm
Michelangelo
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The Creation of Adam; 1511; Italian; High Renaissance; Sistine Chapel, Vatican City; fresco; 230 x 480 cm
Michelangelo
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The Fall and Expulsion from Garden of Eden; 1509-1510; Italian; High Renaissance; Sistine Chapel, Vatican City; fresco; 280 x 570 cm
Michelangelo
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The Last Judgement; 1534-1541; Italian; High Renaissance; Sistine Chapel, Vatican City; fresco; 1370 x 1220 cm
Michelangelo
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The Libyan Sibyl; 1508-1512; Italian; High Renaissance; Sistine Chapel, Vatican City; fresco; size unknown
Michelangelo
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The Torment of Saint Anthony; 1487-1488; Italian; High Renaissance; Kimbell Art Museum, Fort Worth, U.S.A.; tempera and oil on panel; 47 x 35 cm
Moretto Da Brescia
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Portrait of a Gentleman; 1526; Italian; High Renaissance; The National Gallery, London, England; oil on canvas; 201 x 92 cm
Moretto Da Brescia
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Portrait of a Lady in White; 1540; Italian; High Renaissance; The National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C., U.S.A.; oil on canvas; 106 x 88 cm
Moretto Da Brescia
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Portrait of Count Fortunato Martinenga Cesaresco; 1540-1545; Italian; High Renaissance; The National Gallery, London, England; oil on canvas; 114 x 94 cm
Moretto Da Brescia
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Saint Justina with the Unicorn; 1530-1534; Italian; High Renaissance; Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna, Austria; oil on panel; 200 x 139 cm
Pietro Perugino
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Madonna with Child Enthroned Between Saints John the Baptist and Sebastian; 1493; Italian; High Renaissance; Galleria degli Uffizi, Florence, Italy; egg tempera and oil on panel; 178 x 164 cm
Pietro Perugino
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Pietà; 1494-1495; Italian; High Renaissance; Galleria degli Uffizi, Florence, Italy; oil on panel; 168 x 176 cm
Pietro Perugino
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The Virgin Appearing to St. Bernard (Altarpiece from Santa Maria Maddalena dei Pazzi, Florence, Italy); 1489; Italian; High Renaissance; Alte Pinakothek, Munich, Germany; tempera on wood; 173 x 170 cm
Pietro Perugino
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Virgin and Child Between Sts. John the Baptist and Catherine; 1500; Italian; High Renaissance; Musée du Louvre, Paris, France; tempera on wood; 81 x 69 cm
Raphael
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Bindo Altoviti; 1512-1515; Italian; High Renaissance; The National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C., U.S.A.; oil on canvas; 60 x 44 cm
Raphael
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Christ Falling on the Road to Calvary; 1517; Italian; High Renaissance; Museo del Prado, Madrid, Spain; oil on canvas; 318 x 229 cm
Raphael
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La Belle Jardiniere (Madonna and Child with Saint John the Baptist); 1507; Italian; High Renaissance; Musée du Louvre, Paris, France; oil on panel; 122 x 80 cm
Raphael
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La Fornarina (Portrait of a Young Woman) -- 1518-1519; Italian; High Renaissance; Galleria Nazionale d'Arte Antica, Rome, Italy; oil on wood; 85 x 60 cm
Raphael
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Madonna della Rosa; 1518-1520; Italian; High Renaissance; Museo del Prado, Madrid, Spain; oil on canvas; 103 x 84 cm
Raphael
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Madonna della Sedia; 1513-1514; Italian; High Renaissance; Galleria Palatina, Florence, Italy; oil on wood; 71 cm diameter
Raphael
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Madonna of the Pinks; 1506-1507; Italian; High Renaissance; The National Gallery, London, England; oil on yew; 28 x 22 cm
Raphael
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Portrait of a Youth; 1509-1511; Italian; High Renaissance; Czartoryski Museum, Cracow, Poland (currently unaccounted for; lost in World War II); oil on board; 59 x 75 cm
Raphael
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Portrait of Baldassare Castiglione; 1514-1515; Italian; High Renaissance; Musée du Louvre, Paris, France; oil on canvas; 82 x 67 cm
Raphael
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Portrait of Maddalena Doni; 1506; Italian; High Renaissance; Palazzo Pitti, Florence, Italy; oil on panel; 63 x 45 cm
Raphael
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Portrait of Pope Julius II; 1511-1512; Italian; High Renaissance; The National Gallery, London, England; oil on poplar wood; 109 x 81 cm
Raphael
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Portrait of Pope Leo X; 1518-1519; Italian; High Renaissance; Galleria degli Uffizi, Florence, Italy; oil on wood; 154 x 119 cm
Raphael
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St. George and the Dragon; 1504-1506; Italian; High Renaissance; Musée du Louvre, Paris, France; oil on wood; 31 x 27 cm
Raphael
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Self Portrait; 1506; Italian; High Renaissance; Galleria degli Uffizi, Florence, Italy; oil on panel; 48 x 33 cm
Raphael
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Sistine Madonna; 1513; Italian; High Renaissance; Gemaldegalerie, Dresden, Germany; oil on canvas; 265 x 196 cm
Raphael
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The Alba Madonna; 1510; Italian; High Renaissance; The National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C., U.S.A.; oil on panel transferred to canvas; 94 cm diameter
Raphael
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The Holy Family with a Lamb; 1507; Italian; High Renaissance; Museo del Prado, Madrid, Spain; oil on panel; 21 x 29 cm
Raphael
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The School of Athens; 1509-1511; Italian; High Renaissance; Apostolic Palace, Vatican City; fresco; 500 x 770 cm
Raphael
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The Three Graces; 1504-1505; Italian; High Renaissance; Musée Condé, Chantilly, France; oil on panel; 17 x 17 cm
Raphael
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The Triumph of Galatea; 1511; Italian; High Renaissance; Villa Farnesina, Rome, Italy; fresco; 295 x 225 cm
Raphael
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The Transfiguration; 1516-1520; Italian; High Renaissance; Pinacoteca Vaticana, Vatican City; tempera on wood; 405 x 278 cm
Raphael
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Young Woman with Unicorn; 1506; Italian; High Renaissance; Galleria Borghese, Rome, Italy; oil on panel; 65 x 61 cm
Rosso Fiorentino
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Deposition from the Cross: 1521; Italian; High Renaissance; Pinacoteca Comunale, Volterra, Italy; oil on wood; 333 x 195 cm
Rosso Fiorentino
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Moses Defending the Daughters of Jethro; 1523; Italian; High Renaissance; Galleria degli Uffizi, Florence, Italy; oil on canvas; 160 x 117 cm
Rosso Fiorentino
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Pietà; 1537; Italian; High Renaissance; Musée du Louvre, Paris, France; oil on panel transferred to canvas; 127 x 163 cm
Sebastiano Del Piombo
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Cardinal Bandinello Sauli, His Secretary and Two Geographers; 1516; Italian; High Renaissance; The National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C., U.S.A.; oil on panel; 122 x 150 cm
Sebastiano Del Piombo
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Christ Carrying the Cross; 1515-1517; Italian; High Renaissance; Art Institute of Chicago, Illinois, U.S.A.; oil on panel; 118 x 92 cm
Sebastiano Del Piombo
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Madonna and Child with Saints and Donors; 1530-1550; Italian; High Renaissance; The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, U.S.A.; oil on panel; 67 x 103 cm
Sebastiano Del Piombo
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Martydom of St. Agatha; 1520; Italian; High Renaissance; Palazzo Pitti, Florence, Italy; oil on wood; 127 x 178 cm
Sebastiano Del Piombo
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Portrait of a Lady; 1540-1550; Italian; High Renaissance; The National Gallery, London, England; oil on panel; 117 x 96 cm
Sebastiano Del Piombo
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Portrait of a Man, said to be Christopher Columbus; 1519; Italian; High Renaissance; The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, U.S.A.; oil on canvas; 107 x 88 cm
Sebastiano Del Piombo
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The Raising of Lazarus; 1517-1519; Italian; High Renaissance; The National Gallery, London, England; oil on canvas; 381 x 289 cm
Sebastiano Del Piombo
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The Visitation; 1518-1519; Italian; High Renaissance; Musée du Louvre, Paris, France; oil on panel; 168 x 132 cm
Titian
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Adam and Eve; 1550; Italian; Venetian Renaissance; Museo del Prado, Madrid, Spain; oil on canvas; 240 x 186 cm
Titian
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Assumption of the Virgin; 1516-1518; Italian; Venetian Renaissance; Basilica di Santa Maria Gloriosa dei Frari, Venice, Italy; oil on panel; 690 x 360 cm
Titian
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Bacchus and and Ariadne; 1523; Italian; Venetian Renaissance; The National Gallery, London, England; oil on canvas; 176 x 191 cm
Titian
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Daniele Barbaro; 1545; Italian; Venetian Renaissance; The National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa; oil on canvas; 81 x 69 cm
Titian
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David and Goliath; 1542-1544; Italian; Venetian Renaissance; Santa Maria della Salute, Venice, Italy; oil on panel; 285 x 300 cm
Titian
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Diana and Actaeon; 1556-1559; Italian; Venetian Renaissance; The National Gallery, London, England; oil on canvas; 185 x 202 cm
Titian
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Equestrian Portrait of Charles V; 1548; Italian; Venetian Renaissance; Museo del Prado, Madrid, Spain; oil on canvas; 335 x 283 cm
Titian
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Judith with the Head of Holofernes; 1515; Italian; Venetian Renaissance; Doria Pamphilj Gallery, Rome, Italy; oil on canvas; 90 x 72 cm
Titian
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Pope Paul III and His Grandsons, Ottavio and Alessandro; 1545-1546; Italian; Venetian Renaissance; Museo di Capodimonte, Naples, Italy; oil on canvas; 210 x 176 cm
Titian
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Portrait of Doge Andrea Gritti; 1544-1545; Italian; Venetian Renaissance; The National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C., U.S.A.; oil on canvas; 134 x 103 cm
Titian
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Ranuccio Farnese; 1542; Italian; Venetian Renaissance; The National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C., U.S.A.; oil on canvas; 90 x 74 cm
Titian
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The Bacchanal of the Andrians; 1523-1526; Venetian Renaissance; Museo del Prado, Madrid, Spain; oil on canvas; 175 x 193 cm
Titian
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The Sacrifice of Isaac; 1544; Italian; Venetian Renaissance; Galleria degli Uffizi, Florence, Italy; oil on panel; 328 x 285 cm
Titian
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Self-portrait; 1565-1570; Italian; Venetian Renaissance; Museo del Prado, Madrid, Spain; oil on canvas; 86 x 65 cm
Titian
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Sisyphus; 1548-1549; Italian; Venetian Renaissance; Museo del Prado, Madrid, Spain; oil on canvas; 216 x 237 cm
Titian
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Sorrows; 1554; Italian; Venetian Renaissance; Museo del Prado, Madrid, Spain; oil on panel; 68 x 53 cm
Titian
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St. Mark Enthroned; 1510-1511; Italian; Venetian Renaissance; Santa Maria della Salute, Venice, Italy; oil on panel; 218 x 149 cm
Titian
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The Penitent Magdalene; 1533; Italian; Venetian Renaissance; The Hermitage, St. Petersburg, Russia; oil on canvas; 84 x 69 cm
Titian
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The Rape of Europa; 1560-1562; Italian; Venetian Renaissance; Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.A.; oil on canvas; 178 x 205 cm
Titian
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The Venus of Urbino; 1538; Italian; Venetian Renaissance; Galleria degli Uffizi, Florence, Italy; oil on canvas; 119 x 165 cm
Titian
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The Virgin and Child with Saints Anthony of Padua and Roch; 1508; Italian; Venetian Renaissance; Museo del Prado, Madrid, Spain; oil on canvas; 92 x 133 cm
Titian
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The Worship of Venus; 1518-1519; Italian; Venetian Renaissance; Museo del Prado, Madrid, Spain; oil on canvas; 172 x 175 cm
Titian
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Sacred and Profane Love; 1514; Italian; Venetian Renaissance; Galleria Borghese, Rome, Italy; oil on canvas; 118 x 279 cm
Vittore Carpaccio
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Birth of the Virgin; 1504-1508; Italian; Venetian Renaissance; Accademia Carrara, Bergamo, Italy; tempera on canvas; 126 x 128 cm
Vittore Carpaccio
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Hunting on the Lagoon; 1490-1495; Italian; Venetian Renaissance; Getty Center, Los Angeles, California, U.S.A.; oil on panel; 76 x 64 cm
Vittore Carpaccio
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Glory of Saint Vitale (Gloria di san Vitale); 1514; Italian; Venetian Renaissance; Church of San Vidal, Venice, Italy; oil on canvas; 445 x 214 cm
Vittore Carpaccio
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St. Augustine in His Study (or Vision of St. Augustine); 1502; Italian; Venetian Renaissance; Scuola di San Giorgio degli Schiavoni, Venice, Italy; tempera on canvas; 141 x 210 cm
Vittore Carpaccio
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St. George and the Dragon; 1502-1507; Italian; Venetian Renaissance; Scuola di San Giorgio degli Schiavoni, Venice, Italy; tempera on canvas; 141 x 360 cm
Vittore Carpaccio
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St. Stephen is Consecrated Deacon; 1511; Italian; Venetian Renaissance; Staatliche Museen, Berlin, Germany; tempera on canvas; 148 x 231 cm
Vittore Carpaccio
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The Annunciation; 1504; Italian; Venetian Renaissance; Galleria Franchetti, Ca' d'Oro, Venice, Italy; oil and tempera on panel; 130 x 140 cm
Vittore Carpaccio
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The Dream of St. Ursula; 1495; Italian; Venetian Renaissance; Galleria dell'Accademia, Venice, Italy; tempera on canvas; 274 x 267 cm
Vittore Carpaccio
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The Flight into Egypt; 1515; Italian; Venetian Renaissance; The National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C., U.S.A.; oil on panel; 72 x 111 cm
Vittore Carpaccio
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The Healing of the Madman; 1496; Italian; Venetian Renaissance; Gallerie dell'Accademia, Venice, Italy; tempera on canvas; 365 x 389 cm
Vittore Carpaccio
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The Sermon of St. Stephen; 1514; Italian; Venetian Renaissance; Musée du Louvre, Paris, France; oil on canvas; 152 x 195 cm
Vittore Carpaccio
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Young Knight in a Landscape; 1510; Italian; Venetian Renaissance; Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum, Madrid, Spain; oil on canvas; 152 x 218 cm


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