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The artist developed the teachings of Andrea Mantegna about using the perspective to create an illusion of the depth of space, as well as the tradition of classical art, combining them with the subtle colorism typical of Northern Italy painting. The formation of the master’s style was influenced by the Roman school.
Researchers believe that around 1513 Correggio could see the “Sistine Madonna” Raphael, just at this time brought to Piacenza. Subsequently, in 1518, the artist made a trip to Rome, where he saw not only other works of Raphael, but also the ceiling paintings of the Sistine Chapel, completed by Michelangelo in 1512. Creatively rethinking the style of the masters of the Renaissance, Correggio came, in the words of Vasari, to the “new manner” that preceded the appearance of Mannerism.