Go to main contentGo to footer

The most beautiful women in the sculptures of the Uffizi Galleries

Video in Italian | Make the effort to imagine the unidentified woman portrayed in the first corridor of the Uffizi, the so-called Julia of Titus.

It is one of the masterpieces of Imperial portraiture of the 2nd century AD. The woman triumphantly boasts of her youth. She shows charm, elegance, self-awareness.
In quarantine times, with the beauty salons closed and our hair often messed up, the perfection of this young girl's hairstyle is outstanding.
A toupee of very refined and elaborate curls.


Video Stories

The Newsletter of the Uffizi Galleries

Subscribe to keep up to date!