All photographs are mine and were taken with permission.
Three years ago this week, for one week only and for the first time in over four centuries, all of the surviving tapestries designed by Raphael were hung in the Sistine Chapel for which they were planned. An extraordinary occasion which was intended to open the year of exhibitions which were to commemorate the five hundredth year since Raphael’s death.
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