Madonna of the Rose (Raphael)
|Italian: Madonna della rosa|
|Artist||Raphael, possibly assisted
by Giulio Romano
|Dimensions||103 cm × 84 cm (41 in × 33 in)|
|Location||Museo del Prado, Madrid|
The Madonna of the Rose (Madonna della rosa) is a 1518-1520 painting, now in the Museo del Prado in Madrid. Its attribution as by Raphael is uncertain, and the involvement of Giulio Romano cannot be excluded. The rose and the lower portion were added at a later date by an unknown artist. A second autograph version of this painting, without the added rose and lower strip, painted on wood panel, is owned by real estate magnate Luke Brugnara.
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