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Pope Julius Ii Collection

"Pope Julius II: A Renaissance Pontiff of Power and Patronage" Pope Julius II, also known as the "Warrior Pope, " was a prominent figure in the 16th century

Background imagePope Julius Ii Collection: Portrait of Pope Julius II, 1511-12 (oil on poplar panel)

Portrait of Pope Julius II, 1511-12 (oil on poplar panel)
7487782 Portrait of Pope Julius II, 1511-12 (oil on poplar panel) by Raphael (Raffaello Sanzio of Urbino) (1483-1520) (& studio); 105.6x78.5 cm; Stadel Museum, Frankfurt am Main

Background imagePope Julius Ii Collection: The School of Athens, detail of Plato & Aristotle, 1508-1511. Artist: Raphael

The School of Athens, detail of Plato & Aristotle, 1508-1511. Artist: Raphael
The School of Athens, detail of Plato & Aristotle, 1508-1511. The School of Athens was painted by Raphael Sanzio for Pope Julius II (1503-1513)

Background imagePope Julius Ii Collection: Moses sculpture by Michelangelo, 1513-15 (sculpture)

Moses sculpture by Michelangelo, 1513-15 (sculpture)
3523663 Moses sculpture by Michelangelo, 1513-15 (sculpture) by Buonarroti, Michelangelo (1475-1564); (add.info.: The Moses (Italian: Mose c)

Background imagePope Julius Ii Collection: Pope Julius II, 16th century. 1867 (engraving)

Pope Julius II, 16th century. 1867 (engraving)
7234885 Pope Julius II, 16th century. 1867 (engraving) by Lechevallier-Chevignard, Edmond (1825-1902); Private Collection; (add.info.: Pope Julius II kneeling in prayer, 16th century)

Background imagePope Julius Ii Collection: Ceiling of the Room of Heliodorus, whole. 1511-1514 (fresco)

Ceiling of the Room of Heliodorus, whole. 1511-1514 (fresco)
7232640 Ceiling of the Room of Heliodorus, whole.1511-1514 (fresco) by Raphael (Raffaello Sanzio of Urbino) (1483-1520); Vatican Museums and Galleries

Background imagePope Julius Ii Collection: Theological Virtues, with Gregory IX depicted as Julius II, 16th century (fresco)

Theological Virtues, with Gregory IX depicted as Julius II, 16th century (fresco)
7232564 Theological Virtues, with Gregory IX depicted as Julius II, 16th century (fresco) by Raphael (Raffaello Sanzio of Urbino) (1483-1520); Vatican Museums and Galleries

Background imagePope Julius Ii Collection: Scabbard for a sword of honour given to the city of Zurich by Pope Julius II

Scabbard for a sword of honour given to the city of Zurich by Pope Julius II, 16th Century (chromolitho)
7173139 Scabbard for a sword of honour given to the city of Zurich by Pope Julius II, 16th Century (chromolitho) by French School

Background imagePope Julius Ii Collection: Raphael Sanzio, Le Pape Jules II, Collection du Palais Pitti (engraving)

Raphael Sanzio, Le Pape Jules II, Collection du Palais Pitti (engraving)
5199834 Raphael Sanzio, Le Pape Jules II, Collection du Palais Pitti (engraving) by Italian School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Raphael Sanzio, Le Pape Jules II)

Background imagePope Julius Ii Collection: Julius the Second (engraving)

Julius the Second (engraving)
666202 Julius the Second (engraving) by Raphael (Raffaello Sanzio of Urbino) (1483-1520) (after); Private Collection; (add.info.: Julius the Second)

Background imagePope Julius Ii Collection: Pope Julius II visits the workshop of Michelangelo

Pope Julius II visits the workshop of Michelangelo
LLM454280 Pope Julius II visits the workshop of Michelangelo by Spanish School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Pope Julius II visits the workshop of Michelangelo)

Background imagePope Julius Ii Collection: Pope Julius II (chromolitho)

Pope Julius II (chromolitho)
3623349 Pope Julius II (chromolitho) by English School, (20th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Pope Julius II. Illustration for one of a series of cigarette cards on the subject of famous)

Background imagePope Julius Ii Collection: Letter to his father, Leonardo di Buonarrota Simoni, at Florence

Letter to his father, Leonardo di Buonarrota Simoni, at Florence
KDC441041 Letter to his father, Leonardo di Buonarrota Simoni, at Florence, contradicting a rumour of his death and complaining that he has not been paid by the Pope for 13 months, written from Rome

Background imagePope Julius Ii Collection: Julius the Second (engraving)

Julius the Second (engraving)
818714 Julius the Second (engraving) by Raphael (Raffaello Sanzio of Urbino) (1483-1520) (after); Private Collection; (add.info.: Julius the Second (1443-1513)

Background imagePope Julius Ii Collection: Bramante Presents Raphael to Pope Julius II, ca 1836. Creator: Riepenhausen, Johann Christian

Bramante Presents Raphael to Pope Julius II, ca 1836. Creator: Riepenhausen, Johann Christian
Bramante Presents Raphael to Pope Julius II, ca 1836. Found in the Collection of Thorvaldsens Museum, Copenhagen

Background imagePope Julius Ii Collection: Raphael, (1483-1520), 1830. Creator: Unknown

Raphael, (1483-1520), 1830. Creator: Unknown
Raphael, (1483-1520), 1830. Raffaello Sanzio da Urbino (1483-1520) Italian painter and architect of the High Renaissance, commissioned by Pope Julius II his works include the frescoed Raphael Rooms

Background imagePope Julius Ii Collection: Pope Julius II, c1500s, (1890). Creator: Unknown

Pope Julius II, c1500s, (1890). Creator: Unknown
Pope Julius II, c1500s, (1890). Head of the Roman Catholic Church and ruler of the Papal States from 1503 to 1513, Julius II was a central figure of the High Renaissance

Background imagePope Julius Ii Collection: Julius II, (1933). Creator: Unknown

Julius II, (1933). Creator: Unknown
Julius II, (1933). Portrait of Julius II (1443-1513), pope from 1503 to 1513. He was a patron of many Renaissance artists, including Bramante, Raphael, and Michelangelo

Background imagePope Julius Ii Collection: Pope Julius II, c1512, (c1912). Artist: Raphael

Pope Julius II, c1512, (c1912). Artist: Raphael
Pope Julius II, c1512, (c1912). Painting in the Uffizi Gallery, Florence, Italy. Julius II (1443-1513), was born Giuliano della Rovere and was pope from 1503 to 1513

Background imagePope Julius Ii Collection: Bramante Showing Plans For Basilica of St. Peter To The Pope

Bramante Showing Plans For Basilica of St. Peter To The Pope. Artist: Blashfield, Edwin Howland (1848-1936)
Bramante Showing Plans For Basilica of St. Peter To The Pope. Private Collection

Background imagePope Julius Ii Collection: Portrait of Pope Julius II. Artist: Raphael (1483-1520)

Portrait of Pope Julius II. Artist: Raphael (1483-1520)
Portrait of Pope Julius II. Found in the collection of Stadtische Galerie im Stadelschen Kunstinstitut, Frankfurt am Main

Background imagePope Julius Ii Collection: Papst Julus II. 1443-1513, 1934

Papst Julus II. 1443-1513, 1934. Pope Julius II. Julius II (1443-1513), was born Giuliano della Rovere and was pope from 1503 to 1513

Background imagePope Julius Ii Collection: The Sistine Madonna, 1512, (1911). Artist: Raphael

The Sistine Madonna, 1512, (1911). Artist: Raphael
The Sistine Madonna, 1512, (1911). The Sistine Madonna was commissioned by Pope Julius II in honour of his late uncle, Pope Sixtus IV (1414-1484)

Background imagePope Julius Ii Collection: Cardenal Scarramuccia Trivulzio, (Portrait of a cardinal), c1510, (c1934). Artist: Raphael

Cardenal Scarramuccia Trivulzio, (Portrait of a cardinal), c1510, (c1934). Artist: Raphael
Cardenal Scarramuccia Trivulzio, (Portrait of a cardinal), c1510, (c1934). The picture represents a cardinal, probably a member of the papal court of Julius II

Background imagePope Julius Ii Collection: Moses, sculpture by Michelangelo in the Church of San Pietro in Vincoli, Rome, Italy, c1926 (1927)

Moses, sculpture by Michelangelo in the Church of San Pietro in Vincoli, Rome, Italy, c1926 (1927). The sculpture was commissioned in 1505 by Pope Julius II (1443-1513) for his tomb

Background imagePope Julius Ii Collection: Pope Jules II, 1898. Artist: Henri Thiriat

Pope Jules II, 1898. Artist: Henri Thiriat
Pope Jules II, 1898. A print from Les Francais Illustres, by Gustave Demoulin, Hachette, Paris, 1898

Background imagePope Julius Ii Collection: Michelangelos statue of Moses, Church of San Pietro in Vincoli, Rome, Italy

Michelangelos statue of Moses, Church of San Pietro in Vincoli, Rome, Italy. Artist: Underwood & Underwood
Michelangelos statue of Moses, Church of San Pietro in Vincoli, Rome, Italy. This statue was intended to be the central feature of the tomb of Pope Julius II

Background imagePope Julius Ii Collection: Episodes of the Life of Famous Painters: Raphael, (c1900)

Episodes of the Life of Famous Painters: Raphael, (c1900). Raphael Sanzio (1483-1520) joins Pope Giulio II in admiring the statue of Apollo di Belvedere, recently discovered

Background imagePope Julius Ii Collection: Renaissance Art in Italy: Michelangelo, (c1900)

Renaissance Art in Italy: Michelangelo, (c1900). Michelangelo (1475-1564) shows Pope Julius II his colossal sculpture of Moses. French advertisement for Liebigs extract of meat

Background imagePope Julius Ii Collection: Pope Julius II

Pope Julius II. Julius II (1443-1513) was born Giuliano della Rovere and was pope from 1503 to 1513. He was a patron of many Renaissance artists, including Bramante, Raphael, and Michelangelo

Background imagePope Julius Ii Collection: Portrait of Pope Julius II, 1511. Artist: Raphael (1483-1520)

Portrait of Pope Julius II, 1511. Artist: Raphael (1483-1520)
Portrait of Pope Julius II, 1511. Found in the collection of the National Gallery, London

Background imagePope Julius Ii Collection: Letter from Michelangelo Buonarroti to his father, June 1508. Artist: Michelangelo Buonarroti

Letter from Michelangelo Buonarroti to his father, June 1508. Artist: Michelangelo Buonarroti
Letter from Michelangelo Buonarroti to his father, June 1508. Letter written from Rome, in Italian, from Michelangelo to his father, Lodovico di Leonardo di Buonarotti di Simoni, at Florence

Background imagePope Julius Ii Collection: The Disputation on the Holy Sacrament, (detail), 1508-1509. Artist: Raphael

The Disputation on the Holy Sacrament, (detail), 1508-1509. Artist: Raphael
The Disputation on the Holy Sacrament, (detail), 1508-1509. The fresco can be seen as a portrayal of the Church Militant below, and the Church Triumphant above

Background imagePope Julius Ii Collection: The Mass at Bolsena detail, 1512. Artist: Raphael

The Mass at Bolsena detail, 1512. Artist: Raphael
The Mass at Bolsena detail, 1512. Vatican Museums and Galleries, Vatican City, Italy

Background imagePope Julius Ii Collection: The Disputation on the Holy Sacrament, 1508-1509. Artist: Raphael

The Disputation on the Holy Sacrament, 1508-1509. Artist: Raphael
The Disputation on the Holy Sacrament, 1508-1509. The fresco can be seen as a portrayal of the Church Militant below, and the Church Triumphant above

Background imagePope Julius Ii Collection: The Mass at Bolsena, 1512. Artist: Raphael

The Mass at Bolsena, 1512. Artist: Raphael
The Mass at Bolsena, 1512. Vatican Museums and Galleries, Vatican City, Italy

Background imagePope Julius Ii Collection: Pope Leo I, Repulsing Attila, (detail), 1511-14. Artist: Raphael

Pope Leo I, Repulsing Attila, (detail), 1511-14. Artist: Raphael
Pope Leo I, Repulsing Attila, (detail), 1511-14. Vatican Museums and Galleries, Vatican City, Italy

Background imagePope Julius Ii Collection: The Liberation of St Peter detail, 1514. Artist: Raphael

The Liberation of St Peter detail, 1514. Artist: Raphael
The Liberation of St Peter detail, 1514. An angel leads the stunned and still-sleepy St Peter past a sleeping guard

Background imagePope Julius Ii Collection: The Expulsion of Heliodorus from the Temple, 1512-1514. Artist: Raphael

The Expulsion of Heliodorus from the Temple, 1512-1514. Artist: Raphael
The Expulsion of Heliodorus from the Temple, 1512-1514. Heliodorus and his followers, profaning the Temple of Jerusalem, are driven out by an armed rider and two running figures

Background imagePope Julius Ii Collection: Apotheosis of the Renaissance (fresco) (for study see 70757)

Apotheosis of the Renaissance (fresco) (for study see 70757)
XAM70759 Apotheosis of the Renaissance (fresco) (for study see 70757) by Munkacsy, Mihaly (1844-1900); Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna, Austria; Hungarian, out of copyright


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"Pope Julius II: A Renaissance Pontiff of Power and Patronage" Pope Julius II, also known as the "Warrior Pope, " was a prominent figure in the 16th century. His reign witnessed remarkable achievements that left an indelible mark on art, politics, and religion. One of his notable accomplishments was commissioning Raphael to create the breathtaking frescoes in the Room of Heliodorus. This masterpiece depicted scenes like Pope Leo I repulsing Attila, showcasing Julius II's admiration for his predecessor's bravery. Julius II's patronage extended beyond painting; he also supported Michelangelo in sculpting the iconic Moses sculpture. Crafted between 1513-15, this magnificent piece showcased Michelangelo's mastery and captured the essence of biblical strength and wisdom. An engraving from 1867 immortalized Pope Julius II with intricate detail. It highlighted his regal presence and emphasized his influential role during this transformative era. In another fascinating artwork called "Theological Virtues, " Gregory IX is portrayed as Julius II himself. This fresco symbolizes how religious leaders sought inspiration from their predecessors to guide their actions towards virtue. However, not all depictions were flattering; a grotesque woodcut caricature showed Pope Julius II afflicted with syphilis. Despite its offensive nature, it serves as a reminder that even powerful figures faced personal challenges during their rule. Julius II's influence extended beyond art into diplomacy too. He gifted Zurich with a scabbard for an honorary sword—a gesture reflecting his efforts to forge alliances amidst political tensions prevalent at that time. Raphael Sanzio captured Pope Julius II's likeness through an exquisite engraving housed in Palais Pitti collection—an enduring testament to both artist and pope alike. His visit to Michelangelo's workshop further exemplified his passion for artistic excellence while fostering close relationships with renowned artists of his time—evidence of his unwavering commitment to the arts.