Accademia Bartolini- Arnina

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Lorenzo Bartolini’s Arnina meets the public in Galleria dell’Accademia, home of Michelangelo’s David. Lorenzo Bartoloni is an Italian artist born in Prato, in 1777. He studied in Florence Academy of Fine Arts, and stayed in Florence till his death. Deeply

Galleria Palatina archivi e adozioni

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The Palatine Gallery in Florence, Italy Palazzo Pitti opens a new exhibition showcasing 32 artworks that were previously stored away. Portrayals of Italy’s cities, landscapes, and sea-sides of surrounding areas as well as other events as depicted in the paintings.

GAM ‘900

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Palazzo Pitti is celebrating Gallery of Modern Arts 100th birthday with a special exhibition of modern artwork. The collection, Lights of 900, was opened in 1914, and since then, it has grown and developed to one of a kind collection.

Pablo Picasso at Palazzo Strozzi

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Pablo Picasso was an artist that was one of the most influential artist in the 20th century. His was a very unique and very diverse in his paintings and had no definition of what was art which made Picasso stand

The Museum of Still Life at the Villa of Poggio a Caiano

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The museum of still life at the villa of Poggio displays many art pieces that focuses on still life paintings. Appreciating and learning about the history of the  different art styles of the years. The artists of this period often

Adoration of the Magi

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Restoration to the adoration of the Magi by Leonardo da Vinci provides us with new insight to this famous renaissance painter work style. The painting of the Adoration of the Magi was in really bad conditions due to the build

Pablo Picasso at Palazzo Strozzi

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Pablo Picasso is one of the 20th century’s most influential artists. The Spaniard who spent most of his life in France, is now being celebrated in Florence, Italy. Palazzo Strozzi is holding a new exhibition looking at his contribution to

MNAF “Robert Capa In Italia”

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The Alinari National Museum of Photography hosted “Robert Capa in Italia,” a powerful exhibition of the renowned war photographer’s work in Italy during World War II, until the end of February, 2014. Robert Capa was a Hungarian photojournalists best known for his war images,

Hat Exhibition at Palazzo Pitti

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Hats are the ultimate fashion item, and a new exhibition at Palazzo Pitti looks at how they are a symbol of style and extravagance. The costume gallery at Pitti was started in 1776, but this is the first time the

San Miniato al Monte

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The church of San Miniato al Monte is often described as one of the finest examples of Romanesque churches in all of Italy. With a famous façade, historical setting, and spectacular views it’s difficult to disagree. The basilica San Miniato al