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Philip also attempted to fill gaps in the collection, acquiring works by non-Venetian Italian Renaissance painters such as Raphael, Parmigianino and Correggio. At the court of Philip IV painting was clearly an international language that scarcely recognised local boundaries. The works that most influenced him were by the artists so outstandingly represented in the Spanish royal collections, such as Titian, Tintoretto and Rubens, and one of his principal formative experiences was his trip to Rome in where he encountered classical and Renaissance art at first hand as well as that of his Italian contemporaries. The fourth section, The Court , introduces the King, various individuals close to him and a number of works that he commissioned to decorate the royal residences.