Grace is the word that comes again and again to the Renaissance artist Raphael. This year, the 500th anniversary of the master’s death at 37, celebratory exhibitions and conferences around the world were interrupted by the pandemic, and travel is still difficult. Most of us can’t go to Rome for the Scuderie show of over 200 works by Raphael, which reopened in June. But we can watch this 13-minute online tour of the exhibition. Gliding through all 10 rooms—beginning with Room 1, “Raphael’s Tomb in the Pantheon,” and ending with Room 10, “Raphael’s Early Years”—the film is both moving and graceful. —L.J.