Rafael Sanzio (April 6, 1483 - April 6, 1520), the real name of Rafael Sansi, often referred to as Rafael, Italian painter, architect, and Leonardo Da Vinci and Michelangelo collectively known as the "three masters of Renaissance art". Raphael's paintings are famous for their "beauty". The characters in his paintings are beautiful and the scenes are peaceful. The large fresco Athens Academy, which he created for the Vatican Pope's residence, is a classic work. He combined Plato and Aristotle, Christianity and paganism, and created a harmonious scene. At the same time, many famous portraits were created, such as "Pope Leo X". Raphael died of a high fever in Rome in 1520, aged 37, and was buried in the Pantheon.