Document Type

Paper

Department

Art and Design

Abstract

Raphael's paintings for the Stanza della Segnatura, Pope Julius II's personal library in the Vatican, are one of the great masterpieces of Renaissance art. My research project explored the rich meaning behind this innovative series of images, which project an expansive and holistic view of truth. I discovered that Raphael's message is relevant for Christians today who are trying to preserve a coherent view of truth in a complex, pluralistic culture.

Date Accepted/Awarded

4-2011

Award/Distinction

Library Research Prize - First Place Winner

Course

ARH320 Art History: Renaissance through Rococo

First Advisor/Reader

Wayne Roosa

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Reflection on Library Research process required to qualify for Library Research Prize

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