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    Raphael's famous putti, or cherubs, detail from a painting known as the Sistine Madonna (not part of the Sistine Chapel), c. 1513.

  • Alison Bull

    Two Cherubs (a detail of the Sistine Madonna) - Raphael - favorite painting of all time

  • Leslie Breit

    Detail of 2 Cherubs from the Sistine Madonna, an oil painting by the Italian artist Raphael. I LOVE THIS

  • Tracy Magee Scotto Rinaldi

    Raphael's angels, detail in"The Sistine Madonna" 1513-1514

  • Karen Clark

    Raphael Cherubs. These are probably my guardian angels kinds fitting. LOL!

  • Leslie Knepp

    Raphael Angels Art - I had to put this one up !

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