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The High Renaissance
The early 16th century marks the zenith of Renaissance art. Like the early renaissance, most of the emphasis centered on Italian artists, in particular Leonardo Da Vinci, Michaelangelo and Titian. The death of Raphael in 1520 and the sack of Rome seven years later mark the end of the high renaissance.
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Angeli - Madonna Sistina by  Rafael The Four Elements - Water by Giuseppe Arcimboldo The Four Elements - Water by Giuseppe Arcimboldo
The Four Elements - Earth by Giuseppe Arcimboldo The Four Elements - Earth by Giuseppe Arcimboldo The Waiter - Winemaking by Giuseppe Arcimboldo
The Waiter - Winemaking by Giuseppe Arcimboldo Peasants Paying Tithes by Pieter Bruegel the Elder Peasants Paying Tithes by Pieter Bruegel the Elder
Portrait of an Astronomer by Giovanni Cariani Portrait of an Astronomer by Giovanni Cariani Lucretia by Lucas Cranach the Elder
Lucretia by Lucas Cranach the Elder A Personification of Geometry by Dosso Dossi A Personification of Geometry by Dosso Dossi
Christ on The Cross by  El Greco Christ on The Cross by  El Greco Portrait of King Henry VIII by Hans Holbein
Portrait of King Henry VIII by Hans Holbein Five Angels by Francesco Mazzola Five Angels by Francesco Mazzola
Studies of a Man's Head and Hand by  Raphael Studies of a Man's Head and Hand by  Raphael The Rape of Ganymede by Peter Paul Rubens
The Rape of Ganymede by Peter Paul Rubens The Madonna and Child With Two Musical Angels by Sir Anthony Van Dyck The Madonna and Child With Two Musical Angels by Sir Anthony Van Dyck