Episode 177 – Rome – Raphael’s Room of Heliodorus
February 6, 2024

In 1511, after completing the decoration of the Stanza della Segnatura, Raphael began painting the walls of Pope Julius’ private audience room. Named after its principal scene – The Expulsion of Heliodorus – the room contains four of Raphael’s most beautiful paintings. This episode will explore the style, iconography and meaning of Raphael’s paintings in the Room of Heliodorus.

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