“[…] Reducing to greater perfection and resemblance?”
The ways the Uffizi’s self-portraits of artists are perceived in the Museo Fiorentino and the definition of the term “resemblance” in the eighteent...
The use of gilding in the classical statues of the Uffizi Gallery: the results of ten years of research.
The Famous Men and Women of Andrea del Castagno in the Uffizi Gallery.
Conservation, collections and museography
“To Donatello, sculptor in the world of early Renaissance art”
The tribute by the Academy of the Arts of Drawing, five hundred years after his birth
Raphael and the jewels in the Uffizi Gallery: Elisabetta Gonzaga, Maddalena Doni and the Woman with the Veil
Springtime in Boboli Gardens
The tradition of terracotta from Impruneta used to make new pots for the Medici citrus plants
The Galleria degli autoritratti in the Uffizi.
Notes on a Research Project on the Conditions of Artistic Production, Modes of Reception and Systems of Organisation in the Context of an Early Mod...
The Becoming of the Image.
Mediality and Temporality in the ‘poietic’ Self-Portrait by Alessandro Allori (1555)
An outstanding donation to the Uffizi Prints and Drawings Department from an historical firm of luxury leather and writing materials of Florence
82 ancient drawings and 25 etchings
Two hundred masterpieces to celebrate Raphael in the fifth centennial of his death
A mega-exhibition opening in Rome at the Scuderie del Quirinale
“CITRI ET AUREA”
The joint project staged by the Boboli Gardens and the Wilanów Museum begins
Bronzino’s Dwarf Morgante returns to the Pitti Palace
The buffoon of Cosimo I de’ Medici’s court is on display in the middle of Apollo Room in the Palatine Gallery
New acquisitions of the Uffizi Galleries at the Biennial International Antiques Fair
Daniele da Volterra’s painting is honored as best painting of the exhibition!
The collections of Icons at Pitti Palace
The only historical collection of 78 icons in Italy will be exhibited permanently for the first time on the ground floor of the grand-ducal palace.