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  1. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Raphael is a name of Hebrew origin, from rāp̄ā (רָפָא "he has healed") and ēl (אֵל "God"). Popularized in Western Europe, it can be spelled Raphael, Raphaël, Rafael, Raffael, Raffaello, Raffiel, Refoel, Raffaele, or Refael depending on the language.

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  2. Raphael - Wikipedia

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    Giovanni Santi, Raphael's father; Christ supported by two angels, c.1490. Raphael was born in the small but artistically significant central Italian city of Urbino in the Marche region, where his father Giovanni Santi was court painter to the Duke.

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      The Mond Crucifixion or Gavari Altarpiece is an oil on...

  3. Raphael (archangel) - Wikipedia

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    Raphael (/ ˈræfiəl /; Hebrew: רְפָאֵל ‎, translit.

    • Archangel holding a bottle or flask; Archangel walking with Tobias; Archangel sounding a trumpet; young man carrying a fish; young man carrying a staff
    • 29 September; 24 October (local calendars and by those observing the 1921-1969 General Roman Calendar), 3 Kouji Nabot; 13 Koiak (Coptic Churches)
  4. Raphael (singer) - Wikipedia

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    Miguel Rafael Martos Sánchez, often simply referred to as Raphael, is a Spanish singer and television, film and theater actor.

    Raphael was born Miguel Rafael Martos Sánchez in Linares, province of Jaén. As a consequence, he is nicknamed both "El Ruiseñor de Linares" and "El Divo de Linares" but is also known as "El Niño". His family moved to Madrid when he was nine months old, and he started singing when he was just three years-old. He joined a children's choir at age four. When he was 9, he was recognized as the best child voice in Europe at a contest in Salzburg, Austria. His two idols, when he was growing up ...

    Raphael began his professional career by signing with the Dutch record label Philips. To distinguish himself, he adopted the "ph" of the company's name and christened himself 'Raphael'. His first singles were "Te voy a contar mi vida" and "A pesar de todo", among others. Raphael adopted his own peculiar singing style from the beginning; he is known for acting each one of his songs while on stage, emphasizing his gestures with high dramatic effect. It is not unusual for Raphael to ad lib lyrics a

    He married aristocrat, journalist and writer Natalia Figueroa, in Venice on July 14, 1972. They have three children: Jacobo, Alejandra and Manuel. Raphael's health faced a major setback in 2003, when his liver started failing due to a latent bout with hepatitis B; he recovered successfully after a transplant. Since then he is an active organ donation promoter.

    Raphael has received numerous awards. He was inducted into the International Latin Music Hall of Fame in 2003.

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    • May 5, 1943 (age 78), Linares, Jaén, Spain
    • Miguel Rafael Martos Sánchez
    • Linares, Spain
  5. Raphael (given name) - Wikipedia

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    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Raphael is a name of Hebrew origin, from rāp̄ā (רָפָא "he has healed") and ēl (אֵל "God"). Popularized in Western Europe, it can be spelled Raphael, Raphaël, Rafael, Raffael, Raffaello, Raffiel, Refoel, Raffaele, or Refael depending on the language.

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    • Hebrew
  6. Raphael - Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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    Raffaello Sanzio, usually known as Raphael (April 6, 1483 - April 6, 1520) was a Renaissance painter and architect. With Leonardo da Vinci and Michelangelo, he is one of the three greatest painters of the High Renaissance. He is best known for his paintings of the Madonna and Christ Child and for his paintings in the Vatican in Rome, Italy.

  7. Raphael (cantante) - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre

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    Infancia

    Miguel Rafael Martos Sánchez nació el 5 de mayo de 1943 en Linares, Jaén, hijo de Francisco Martos Bustos y Rafaela Sánchez Martínez.[20]​[21]​ Con su familia, se mudó a Madrid con nueve meses de edad y empezó su carrera como cantante a los tres años, recibiendo el sobrenombre del "Ruiseñor de Linares", "El Niño de Linares" y "El Divo de Linares".[22]​[23]​ Un año después se unió a un coro infantil y a los nueve años fue reconocido como la mejor voz infantil de Europa en el Festival de Salzbu...

    Primeros éxitos

    A los 16 años, Raphael empezó su carrera profesional como cantante con el sello Philips Records. Para distinguirse a sí mismo adoptó la grafía "PH" del nombre de la compañía; de ahí emergería el apodo de "Raphael".[24]​[25]​ Sus primeros sencillos fueron "Te voy a contar mi vida" y "A pesar de todo" entre otros. Su experiencia como corista fue el aliciente que forjó la voz de Raphael, que ha sido descrita como profunda y grave. Desde sus inicios Raphael es famoso por sus gesticulaciones en to...

    Popularidad internacional

    Al mismo tiempo que Raphael era un éxito en Hispanoamérica hizo varias versiones de canciones folclóricas de la región entre las que se incluían "Huapango torero", "Sandunga" y "Llorona"; temas que fueron un éxito en México. Decenas de giras mundiales le han llevado a cantar repetidas veces en los teatros más importantes del mundo: El Carnegie Hall, el Paramount y el Radio City de Nueva York, el Ópera de Sídney en Australia, el Bolshoi y el Rossia de Moscú, el Palacio de la Música, el Teatro...

    Disco de Uranio

    Tal y como lo especifica la placa que luce al pie de este singular trofeo, el mismo fue instituido y presentado a Raphael por la discográfica Hispavox, que le tenía bajo contrato desde 1964, por sus ventas confirmadas a nivel mundial de 50 millones de discos hasta el año 1980. (Ver foto) Quienes erróneamente sostenían la tesis de que el premio se había adjudicado exclusivamente por las ventas internacionales de su recopilatorio de 1982 Raphael: ayer, hoy y siempre seguramente confundieron la...

    Museo Raphael en Linares

    En la localidad de Linares se inauguró, en marzo de 2011, un museo relacionado con la vida del cantante desde los años 60 donde se puede encontrar información acerca de su discografía, premios, carteles y demás elementos. El museo dispone de un servicio que, conectado a un iPod, explica los detalles acerca de su persona, de gran utilidad para personas invidentes.[52]​[53]​ Este museo reconoce la gran trayectoria artística y profesional de Raphael, nacido en Linares. El cantante se implicó per...

    Nombramiento de Hijo Adoptivo de la ciudad de Madrid

    El día 11 de abril de 2018, Raphael, recibe de las manos de la alcaldesa de Madrid, Manuela Carmena, la condecoración y el nombramiento de Hijo Adoptivo de la ciudad de Madrid. Dicho nombramiento, a propuesta de la corporación y con el apoyo de misivas por parte de los ciudadanos, fue votado unánimemente por todos los grupos municipales con representación en el pleno de febrero de 2018. El nombramiento está basado, según el Ayuntamiento, en su extraordinaria trayectoria artística y en su vinc...

    Película biográfica

    En 2010 las productoras Antena 3 films y Bocaboca produjeron Raphael: una historia de superación personal, una miniserie de televisión de dos capítulos sobre la vida del cantante dirigida por Manuel Ríos San Martín.[57]​ La historia se centra en los problemas de hígado que tuvo el cantante en el año 2002 que terminaron con un trasplante, entremezclado con momentos importantes de su vida, su niñez, sus primeros éxitos y su relación con Natalia Figueroa. Juan Ribó ha dado vida al cantante, mien...

    Raphael ha influenciado en multiplicidad de cantantes y compositores que él ha interpretado como: Enrique Bunbury[58]​, Dani Martín, Pasión Vega, Funambulista,[59]​, Abraham Mateo[60]​, David Bisbal, Miguel Bosé, Paty Cantú[61]​, Malú, Alejandro Sanz, Vanessa Martín[62]​, Pablo López, Pablo Alborán, Enjambre, Gloria Trevi[63]​, Alaska[64]​, Manuel Martos[65]​ El productor Paco Salazar, que produjo tres de sus discos (Amor y desamor, Ven a mi casa esta Navidad, Infinitos bailes), lo tiene claro: Alejandro de Pinedo(músico, autor, productor con 31 discos de oro y platino) también ha trabajado con Raphael durante varios años y opina que “Raphael es uno de los puntales más importantes de la música romántica latina. Es admirado por todos e imitado por muchos compañeros de profesión y su influencia llega hasta hoy con nuevas versiones de sus temas, como por ejemplo la de Yo soy Aquel de Paco Arrojo. Su música, después de 50 años, sigue siendo protagonista de películas de éxito como Mi gr...

    Salud

    Desde 1985 la salud de Raphael se vio afectada por Hepatitis , aparentemente propiciada por un consumo elevado de alcohol y fue a principios del 2000 que su salud comenzó a deteriorarse rápidamente, hasta que en abril de 2003 fue necesario un trasplante de hígado.Esto convirtió al cantante en un activo impulsor de la donación de órganos.[67]​ Su convalecencia fue sorprendente, por su rápida recuperación, al punto que el artista anunció que empezaba «una segunda vida».[68]​ Raphael estaría así...

    Vida personal

    Raphael está casado con la periodista y escritora Natalia Figueroa[69]​ con quien tiene tres hijos: Jacobo, Alejandra y Manuel Martos. Este último está casado con la hija de José Bono, expresidente del Congreso y de la Comunidad Autónoma de Castilla-La Mancha por el PSOE. Amelia Bono y Manuel Martos tienen tres hijos: Jorge, Manuel y Gonzalo. Para Bono y su exesposa,[70]​ Ana Rodríguez, este fue su primer nieto, no para Raphael y su esposa, Natalia Figueroa, que ya tenían cuatro más. Amelia y...

    ↑ Diversas fuentes periodísticas, historiadores y coleccionistas abonan además este criterio[48]​[49]​[50]​ (véase Anexo:Álbumes musicales más vendidos de todos los tiempos y Anexo:Artistas musical...

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    Raphael en 1977, en el programa de La 2 (TVE) A fondo, con Joaquín Soler Serrano.
    • Miguel Rafael Martos Sánchez
    • 5 de mayo de 1943 (78 años), Linares, Jaén, España
  8. The Deposition (Raphael) - Wikipedia

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    The Deposition, also known as the Pala Baglione, Borghese Entombment or The Entombment, is an oil painting by the Italian High Renaissance painter Raphael. Signed and dated "Raphael. Urbinas. MDVII", the painting is in the Galleria Borghese in Rome. It is the central panel of a larger altarpiece commissioned by Atalanta Baglioni of Perugia in honor of her slain son, Grifonetto Baglioni. Like many works, it shares elements of the common subjects of the Deposition of Christ, the Lamentation of Chr

    In the early part of the 16th Century, violence among factions, mostly in the form of hand-to-hand combat, was relatively common in Perugia and other parts of Italy, such as Florence. The Baglioni family were the lords of Perugia and surrounding areas, and also leading condottiere or leaders of mercenary troops. There was an especially bloody episode in Perugia on the night of July 3, 1500, when Grifonetto Baglioni and some angry members of the family conspired to murder much of the rest of the

    Raphael made numerous preparatory sketches or drafts as his idea for the composition evolved. He started with the subject of a Lamentation over the dead Christ, similar to the famous painting of the same name by his teacher Pietro Perugino. He moved from that idea to an Entombment of Christ, perhaps inspired by an ancient Roman sarcophagus relief of Meleager from Greek mythology, Michelangelo's Entombment or the print of the Entombment by Mantegna. Looking through his studies, we can see that th

    Giorgio Vasari, the famous biographer of Italian artists, also understood Raphael's piece as a narrative painting. Having seen the altarpiece in its original setting, Vasari gives a detailed description: In this most divine picture there is a Dead Christ being borne to the Sepulcher, executed with such freshness and such loving care, that it seems to the eye to have been only just painted. In the composition of this work, Raffaello imagined to himself the sorrow that the nearest and most affecti

    As stated above, the altarpiece consisted of more than just the main panel. The top molding had a panel of "God the Father in a glory of cherubim, blessing his son." The main panel itself had a frame, parts of which still survive, decorated by griffins' being crowned and fed by winged putti seated on rams’ heads, all of a yellow-bronze color against a blue ground. Below there was a predella of three grisaille compartments illustrating the Theological Virtues. The three panels were ...

    • 184 cm × 176 cm (72 in × 69 in)
    • 1507
    • Galleria Borghese, Rome
    • Raphael
  9. Raphael Cartoons - Wikipedia

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    Reproduced in the form of prints, the tapestries rivalled Michelangelo's ceiling as the most famous and influential designs of the Renaissance, and were well known to all artists of the Renaissance and Baroque. Admiration of them reached its highest pitch in the 18th and 19th centuries; they were described as "the Parthenon sculptures of modern art".

    Raphael – whom Michelangelo greatly disliked – was highly conscious that his work would be seen beside the Sistine Chapel ceiling, which had been finished only two years before, and took great care perfecting his designs, which are among his largest and most complicated. Originally the set was intended to include 16 tapestries. Raphael was paid twice by Leo, in June 1515 and December 1516, the last payment apparently being upon completion of the work. Tapestries retained their Late ...

    The Raphael Cartoons represent scenes from the lives of Saints Peter and Paul. As was usual, the completed tapestries reverse are a mirror image of the cartoon designs. The programme emphasised a number of points relevant to contemporary controversies in the period just before the Protestant Reformation, but especially the entrusting of the Church to Saint Peter, the founder of the papacy. There were relatively few precedents for these subjects, so Raphael was less constrained by traditional ico

    Cartoons were sometimes returned with tapestries to the commissioner, but this clearly did not happen here, perhaps because of the death of Leo. This allowed four other recorded sets to be made later in Brussels, all of nine tapestries, missing the small Saint Paul in Prison. One was bought by Henry VIII of England in 1542. After being sold in 1649 in the dispersion of the collection of Charles I of England, eventually Henry's set ended up in Berlin, where it was destroyed by the RAF in World Wa

    The seven cartoons now in London were bought from a Genoese collection in 1623 by King Charles I of England, then still Prince of Wales, using agents. He only paid £300 for them, a price that suggests they were regarded as working designs rather than works of art in their own right. Charles had in fact intended to make further tapestries from them at the Mortlake Tapestry Works near London, which he did, with new baroque borders by their designer Francis Cleyn, paying £500 each, but was ...

    In the early 16th century many Italian artists learnt the lesson of the huge, and very rapid, international prestige that Albrecht Dürer had gained through his prints, and set out to emulate him. Raphael had no knowledge of printmaking himself, and was probably too busy to want to learn the techniques, but he was the most successful of the Italians in spreading his fame through prints, through his much debated relationship with the engraver Marcantonio Raimondi and his workshop. Raphael ...

  10. Frederic Raphael - Wikipedia

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    Frederic Raphael was born in St. Louis, Missouri, to an American Jewish mother from Chicago, Irene Rose (nee Mauser) and a British Jewish father, Cederic Michael Raphael, who was an employee of the Shell Oil Company who had been transferred to the United States from Shell's London office. The family returned to England and settled in a London ...

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