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Learn more about the way they influenced each other! In , Pope Julius II commissioned the then year-old Raphael to paint frescoes in his private library, he had won the commission despite competition from masters such as Leonardo da Vinci and Michelangelo Buonarotti. His works earned him great reviews that portrayed him as superior to Michelangelo in coloring and painting in general. This led to a resentment that kept growing as Raphael kept getting rave reviews of his works of art. During the same year, Buonarotti was also commissioned by the Pope to paint the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel and his resistant attitude about painting placed Raphael, instead of himself, at the highest favor of Pope Julius II. Young Raphael made this choice so that he could admire the work which was at the time off limits by order of the artist himself.