In the Pinacoteca comunale of Città di Castello you can now admire the Standard of the Holy Trinity (Gonfalone della Santissima Trinità) (1501-1502 ca.), while, in Perugia in the San Severo chapel there is the fresco representing the Holy Trinity with Saints (Trinità e santi) (1505).
Many of Raphael's works in Umbria have left the region and are now displayed in museums around the world.
They adorned the altars of the most important churches of Città di Castello and Perugia or were part of the private collections of some of the most important figures in society at the timee.
They are fundamental pieces to understand the cultural path of the artist who in his Umbrian period studied alongside masters such as Perugino, Pintoricchio and Luca Signorelli.