Not only paintings and sculptures, but also drawings enrich the collection of works of art by Spanish artists at the Uffizi. The Department of Prints and Drawings, one of the most important in the world, boasts of a collection that consists of more than 177,000 pieces, mostly works from the Tuscan Renaissance but also from the 17th century, and not by Italian artists only. One of the leading lights of Spanish Renaissance sculpture, Alonso González Berruguete was a profound connoisseur of the human anatomy and his drawings reveals such knowledge to the fullest.
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