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Fra Angelico (1395-1455), The Transfiguration

This fresco can be seen in a friars' cell at the Dominican Convent of San Marco, in Florence.
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Giovanni Bellini (1430-1516), The Transfiguration

This oil on board painting, on of two by Bellini treating this subject, is found at the Capodimonte Gallery in Naples.
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Raphael Sanzio (1483-1520), The Transfiguration

Raphael began working on this painting in 1518. He worked on this piece for 2 years, until his death. In addition to Jesus and the disciples, and Moses and Elijah, he included other characters in the scene.
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Gerard David (1460-1523), The Transfiguration

This triptych can be seen in the Church of Our Lady in Bruges. The side panels feature portraits of the donors and their children painted by another artist.
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Tiziano (Titian) Vecellio (1490-1576), The Transfiguration

Titian designed this painting as a screen for the silver reredos (altar backing) of the high altar of Venice's San Salvador Church. On feast days, the painting would be raised on a pulley to reveal the reredos.
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Lorenzo Lotto (1480-1557), The Transfiguration

Designed originally as an altarpiece, Lotto's panel -- which marks an awkward transitional period in his painting style -- can now be seen in the Pinacoteca Communale di Recanati, Italy.