1888. Illustrated with 154 engravings in the text, and 43 full-page plates. Muntz was a nineteenth-century French art historian. Contents: The Town of Urbino and the Montefeltro dynasty; Raphael at Perugia; Studies of Raphael at Perugia and in its neighborhood; The earliest original productions of Raphael; Journey of Raphael to Siena; Return of Raphael to Urbino in 1504; Raphael at Florence; Raphael at Rome; Raphael in the service of Julius II.; Leo X. and the New Pontifical Court; Painting in the Vatican under Leo X.; The Loggia; The Cartoons; Raphael and Agostino Chigi, the Galatea; Oil Paintings executed under Leo X; Raphael as Architect; Raphael's and the Antique; and Raphael's last years. Due to the age and scarcity of the original we reproduced, some pages may be spotty, faded or difficult to read.