Help keep us free by making a donation today. Before Raphael covered it with the plain green colour visible today, the background was decorated with heraldic symbols representing the papal tiara, papal crossed keys and another symbol which was probably the yellow oak tree of the della Rovere coat of arms. Subject: Giuliano della Rovere, Pope Julius II (1443-1515), elected pope in 1503 after one of the shortest conclaves ever (he bribed everyone). The main panel of the altarpiece, ‘The Ansidei Madonna’, is also in the National Gallery’s collection. Julius was elected pope in 1503 after one of the shortest conclaves—due to the fact he bribed everyone. One of the most powerful and influential popes, Julius II was a central figure of the High Renaissanceand left a significant cultural and pol… The portrait was displayed on 12 December 1513, after Julius’s death, in the Roman church of Santa Maria del Popolo, which had been redecorated at the expense of the della Rovere family. Raphael took the idea to a whole new level with massive compositions that reflected philosophy, theology, literature, and jurisprudence. Painting hand painted in our workshops. The reflections in their gleaming surface reveal that Julius was seated opposite a doorway in a narrow room lit by a mullioned window. The image reprises the popular theme of the sacra conversazione, or “sacred conversation” among saints and the Madonna. When she would not give up her faith, Emperor Maxentius ordered that she be bound to a spiked wheel and tortured to death. A portrait of Pope Julius II (r. 1503-1513 CE) by the Italian Renaissance artist Raphael, c. 1512 CE. Wikipedia. Pope Julius II c. Pope John Paul d. Pope Clement. Pope Julius II gave this painting to the church of Santa Maria del Popolo, where after his death it was displayed on important feast days. At only 25 years of age, Raphael had already acquired fame as an extraordinary artist, especially after his Florentine years (1504-1508). The portrait was displayed on 12 December 1513, after Julius’s death, in the Roman church of Santa Maria del Popolo. In August 1511 he was struck by a second near-fatal illness, during which he received his Last Rites. Julius was a great patron of the arts, commissioning Raphael to decorate the papal apartments in the Vatican and ordering the rebuilding of St Peter’s in Rome. The two golden acorns on the chair allude to his family name, della Rovere (rovere is Italian for oak). Pope Julius II. By the time he had completed the rooms, he was considered one of the great artists of Italy. This is a copy of Raphael’s Virgin and Child known as ‘The Bridgewater Madonna’. Raphael’s portrait was enormously influential and became the model for ecclesiastical portraiture over the following 200 years. Raphael actually painted several different portraits of the Pope, which are found all over the world today. She draws his attention to a passage in the book on her knee. Raphael and the Beard of Pope Julius II Mark J. Zucker "Le pape lules, crieur de petitz pastez; mais il ne pourtoyt plus sa grande et bourgrisque barbe"-Rabelais, Pantagruel, Liure II, chap. Sebastiano, Titian, El Greco, Velázquez, Domenichino, Reni and Guercino are among the many artists who adopted this formula. This portrait of Pope Julius II (1443–1513) is usually dated to the one-and-a-half-year period during which he wore a beard. Nicknamed the Warrior Pope or the Fearsome Pope, he chose his papal name not in honour of Pope Julius I but in emulation of Julius Caesar. This is the main panel of the altarpiece Raphael painted for the Ansidei family chapel in the Servite Church of S. Fiorenzo in Perugia in 1505.The Virgin sits in majesty on a carved wooden throne with the Christ Child on her lap. Raphael, Portrait of Pope Julius II. None of the figures are looking at each other. He also became known as "the warrior pope" and il papa terribile. The eyes of the works of art were unhappy and g… This is one of three scenes from the predella of Raphael’s Colonna Altarpiece painted for the convent of S. Antonio da Padua in Perugia. 1510. Emile Jean Horace Vernet, 1827. Oil painting on canvas. He had the villa built in Rome’s Trastevere area by Baldassarre Peruzzi between 1506 and 1510. When Pope Julius II summoned Raphael to Rome in 1508, this picture remained behind, unfinished. It was here that Raphael painted his greatest work The School of Athens. Bernard van Orley and Pieter de Pannemaker, Boxwood pendant miniature in wood and feathers, This isn’t just an engraving of Adam and Eve from 1504. The Madonna and Child (The Mackintosh Madonna), The Madonna of the Pinks ('La Madonna dei Garofani'), Research, private study, or for internal circulation within an educational organisation (such as a school, college or university), Non-profit publications, personal websites, blogs, and social media. The National Gallery’s painting is very close to the portrait in Raphael’s fresco of Julius as Gregory IX approving the Decretals for the Stanza della Segnatura in the Vatican, which was completed by August 1511. Around the same time, he completed his last work in his series of the "Madonnas," an oil painting called the Sistine Madonna. Updated February 24, 2019 Pope Julius II was also known as Giuliano della Rovere. The three-quarter length format brings the viewer very close to the elderly, war-like Pope, who, when asked if he wanted to be shown with a book in his hand in a sculpture by Michelangelo, replied: ‘Give me a sword; I am not a man of letters.’ Raphael’s portrait, however, is not the portrait of a warmonger but an astonishingly intimate image of a careworn elderly man. Raphael, Portrait of Pope Julius II, 1511, oil on poplar, 108.7 x 81 cm (National Gallery, London) Speakers: Dr. Beth Harris and Dr. Steven Zucker Cite this page as: Beth Harris and Steven Zucker, "Raphael, Portrait of Pope Julius II," in Smarthistory , November 18, 2015, accessed February 5, 2021, https://smarthistory.org/raphael-portrait-of-pope-julius-ii/ . Painting reproduction of Raphael, Portrait of Pope Julius II - 1511. Which pope commissioned Raphael after the artist had gained fame in Florence? Julius II belonged to the della Rovere family. 8. In 1509 through 1511, Raphael Sanzio from Urbino, a rock-star of painters at the time, along with Leonardo and Michelangelo, was called to Rome to work for Pope Julius II. His careworn expression may be explained by his continuing precarious state of health. Pleasure, with fragrant flowing hair, promises a life of ease and serenity.Raphael interpreted the theme not... Catherine of Alexandria, a fourth-century princess, was converted to Christianity and in a vision underwent a mystic marriage with Christ. In this little picture Raphael depicts the moment when the Christ Child takes a carnation, traditionally symbolic of divine love and the Passion (Christ’s torture and crucifixion), from his cousin John the Baptist’s hand. 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Julius II belonged to the della Rover... Matthias Wivel, our Curator of 16th-century Italian paintings, gives a talk about the portrait of Julius II by Raphael. B. Pope Julius II. He financed his artistic campaigns using the success of his military campaigns. In the 15th century, a tradition of decorating private libraries with portraits of great thinkers was common. In doing so, Pope Julius II would profoundly influence the history of art in the years and centuries to come. Raphael, Portrait of Pope Julius II, 1511, oil on poplar, 108.7 x 81 cm (National Gallery, London) Speakers: Dr. Beth Harris and Dr. Steven Zucker. As a charity, we depend upon the generosity of individuals to ensure the collection continues to engage and inspire. He was invited to decorate some of the rooms (called "stanze") in the Vatican by Pope Julius II. The quintessential 'Renaissamce Pope' who ruled until his death in 1513. Pope Julius II was also responsible for bringing Raphael to work in the Vatican. Raphael - Raphael - Last years in Rome: Raphael was called to Rome toward the end of 1508 by Pope Julius II at the suggestion of the architect Donato Bramante. Pope Julius II was a popular painting subject for this artist as well as his students. The heads in the easel portrait and the fresco match each other line for line – it seems likely that Raphael made the easel portrait first, studying his model from life. In 1514, Pope Julius II hired Raphael as his chief architect. St Augustine and St Ambrose are seated to the right of the altar and Pope Gregory I and St Jerome to the left. Created by Beth Harris and Steven Zucker. Let us bear in mind that the Pope is not, strictly speaking, Raphael moved to Rome in 1508 and was even originally asked to paint the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel but he refused. So Raphael went to Rome at the behest of Julius II, nicknamed the Warrior Pope or the Fearsome Pope of the Rovere family. While resting in the shade of a bay tree, the young soldier Scipio has a vision of Virtue and her adversary Pleasure. Help Smarthistory continue to make a difference, Help make art history relevant and engaging, Expanding the Renaissance: a new Smarthistory initiative. We are temporarily closed. This picture was Raphael’s first major commission in Florence, made for the Dei chapel in the church of Santo Spirito. He was also riddled with syphilis. We believe that the brilliant histories of art belong to everyone, no matter their background. We believe art has the power to transform lives and to build understanding across cultures. All together this fresco depicts over 100 figures. We created Smarthistory to provide students around the world with the highest-quality educational resources for art and cultural heritage—for free. Carlo Crivelli, Renaissance Watercolours: materials and techniques. Virtue promises Scipio honour, fame and glory through victory in war. Raphael, Portrait of Pope Julius II, 1511, oil on poplar, 108.7 x 81 cm (National Gallery, London) Speakers: Dr. Beth Harris and Dr. Steven Zucker. He grew it in 1510 as a token of mortification while recovering from a serious illness brought on by the loss of Bologna to the French, and vowed not to shave it off until French troops had been expelled from Italy, which happened in 1512. Raphael would have known the portrait from the ducal palace in his hometown of Urbino, where his father had been court painter. 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Also present are Pope Julius II, Pope Sixtus IV, Savonarola, and Dante. The Portrait of Pope Julius II was created in 1511-1512 by Raphael. He grew it as a token of mortification between October and December 1510 while recovering from a serious illness brought on by the loss of Bologna to French troops, and vowed to remain unshaven until the French were chased out of Italy. Wikipedia. The Louvre. Pope Julius II. The image file is 800 pixels on the longest side. The artist who was born in Urbino in 1483 died at the young age of 37 on his birthday, April 6th, 1529. Painting for the Pope By 1508 Raphael's fame had spread to Rome. The two golden acorns on the Pope’s chair allude to his family name, della Rovere (rovere is Italian for oak). Read as a whole, they immediately transmitted the intellect of the pope and would have sparked discussion between cultured minds that were lucky enough to ente… He was a lover of war, who led his own armies; and a lover of art, commissioning some of the greatest works in western history: Raphael's decorated rooms in the Vatican and Michelangelo's Sistine Chapel ceiling. Although he led military efforts to prevent French domination of Italy, Julius is most important for his close friendship with Michelangelo and for … The Stanze located right above Alexander’s Borgia Apartment on the third floor of the Palace of the Vatican, overlooking the south side of the Belvedere Courtyard. Julius II, original name Giuliano della Rovere, (born Dec. 5, 1443, Albisola, Republic of Genoa—died Feb. 21, 1513, Rome), greatest art patron of the papal line (reigned 1503–13) and one of the most powerful rulers of his age. Julius was a great patron of the arts, commissioning Raphael to decorate the papal apartments in the Vatican and ordering the rebuilding of St Peter’s in Rome. . This painting is the only surviving scene from the predella (base) of Raphael’s altarpiece for the Ansidei chapel in S. Fiorenzo, Perugia. In the past this painting was believed to be a portrait of Raphael as the sitter slightly resembles his self portrait in The School of Athens of 1509–11 (Vatican). Why is it so easy to denote the tense mood of Pope Leo X with Cardinals? All of them are different from one another, which makes each of them unique. The portrait shows Giuliano della Rovere, Pope Julius II, elected in 1503 after one of the shortest conclaves ever (he bribed everyone). The two artworks, about the same size, appear as if they were meant to complement each other. ... Raphael and Michelangelo. Portrait of Pope Julius II Raphael This portrait of the careworn Pope Julius II (1443–1513) is usually dated to the one-and-a-half-year period during which he wore a beard. Raphael, Portrait of Pope Julius II, 1511, oil on poplar, 108.7 x 81 cm (National Gallery, London) Speakers: Dr. Beth Harris and Dr. Steven Zucker. In this painting, Raphael transforms the familiar subject of the Virgin and Child into something entirely new. The Pope commissioned Raphael and his studio in 1508-1509 to decorate the interiors of rooms. He removed his beard only when events took a turn for the better in March 1512. Matthias Wivel, our Curator of 16th-century Italian paintings, gives a talk about the portrait of Julius II by Raphael. At this time Raphael was little known in Rome, but the young man soon made a deep impression on the volatile Julius and the papal court, and his authority as a master grew day by day. 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The design would have looked very busy, with the yellow, blue and white pattern distracting from the extraordinary portrayal of the aged Pope deep in thought. Although Julius II had three illegitimate daughters, his close relationships with men led to rumors that he was homosexual. In the 12 years spent in Rome before his premature death, Raphael changed the course of art history. But the Virgin Mary’s eyes are downcast, as though her thoughts are already on his future sacrifice.The painting probably dates from the early years of Raphael’s time in Rome. Pope Julius II Ordering Bramante, Michelangelo, and Raphael to Construct the Vatican and St. Peter’s, ca. The colours red, white and green – repeated in the stones on the sitter’s finger rings – are also those of the three theological virtues: charity, faith and hope. Pope Julius II was known for sponsoring some of the greatest artwork of the Italian Renaissance, including the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel by Michelangelo. In 1591 Cardinal Sfondorato sold it to Scipione Borghese. xxx "Julius II., as we have seen, innovated in this point of discipline by letting his beard grow. He was a lover of war, who led his own armies; and a lover of art, commissioning some of the … It was enormously influential and became the model for ecclesiastical portraiture over the following 200 years. He was a lover of war, who led … Fresh from the ancient fortress city of Urbino where he was born and trained as an artist, Raphael was still in his mid-20s when, in 1509, Pope Julius II … An interconnected world is not as recent as we think. Download a low-resolution copy of this image for personal use. Pope Julius was a great patron of the arts, commissioning Raphael to decorate the papal apartments (Vatican Stanze) and ordering the rebuilding of St Peter’s in Rome. Aside from their dimensions, they also both had a strong vertical orientation. It is not, however, by Raphael and is probably not a portrait of him either. Julius II commissioned from Raphael this portray and Madonna of Loreto which resided at Santa Maria del Popolo, at the entrance gate to Rome.Upon the portrait’s completion, it was displayed within the church for eight days, where many people came to see it. The portrait was displayed on 12 December 1513, after Julius’s death, in the Roman church of Santa Maria del … In Raphael's rendition The Disputation takes on more than a depiction of the Eucharist. Pope Julius II (Italian: Papa Giulio II; Latin: Iulius II; born Giuliano della Rovere; 5 December 1443 – 21 February 1513) was head of the Catholic Church and ruler of the Papal States from 1503 to his death in 1513. Giuliano della Rovere, elected im 1503. The two golden acorns on the Pope’s chair allude to his family name, della Rovere (rovere is Italian for oak). Once Pope, he made sure that the Borgia family (his predecessor) was obliterated. The infant Christ throws his arms affectionately around his mother’s neck and smiles at us. The version in the Uffizi is now said to be from Raphael's workshop, while that in the Palazzo Pitti has been attributed to Titian by some experts. Raphael’s fresco was commissioned for the Villa Farnesina by Agostino Chigi, a hugely wealthy Sienese banker, who was treasurer to Pope Julius II. Do you speak Renaissance? License and download a high-resolution image for reproductions up to A3 size from the National Gallery Picture Library. Cite this page as: Beth Harris and Steven Zucker, "Raphael, Portrait of Pope Julius II," in, Featured | Art that brings U.S. history to life, At-Risk Cultural Heritage Education Series. Raphael may have painted the portrait in Julius’s apartment on the third floor of the Vatican palace – perhaps the room where he received visitors, which was lit by similar windows. 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