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Where shall one find greater Purity, more utter loneliness than in his Graducca Madonna or a sublimer apparition of woman than appeared…
In-text: (Berenson, 1980)
Your Bibliography: Berenson, B., 1980. The Italian painters of the Renaissance. Ithaca, N.Y.: Cornell University Press, p.115.
In-text: (Letts, 1991)
Your Bibliography: Letts, R., 1991. The renaissance. London [etc.]: Cambridge University Press.
At age 17…December 10.1500. The document registering his first commission (Alterpiece, Coronation of St. Nicholas of Tolentino) … calls him “Maestro”.
In-text: (Valsecchi, 1960)
Your Bibliography: Valsecchi, M., 1960. Raphael (1483-1520). Milan, Italy: Collins, pp.11,12.
In-text: (Vasari and Burke, 1563)
Your Bibliography: Vasari, G. and Burke, J., 1563. The life of Raphael.
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