The Tondo Pitti by Michelangelo
The Tondo Pitti is a marble bas-relief realized by Michelangelo between 1503 and 1504 and hosted at the National Museum of the Bargello in Florence. It is one of the most important works done by the artist, one of the most famous, dating from the same years in which Michelangelo was carving the David.
Holidays and special events in a Medici villa: feel like a Florentine aristocrat
The Florentine Medici family commissioned the construction of 24 villas in Tuscany. La Ferdinanda, in Artimino, is one of them: a perfect combination of Tuscan style and modern comfort.
Gothic Florence at the Accademia Gallery
The last section of the Accademia Gallery is dedicated to painting from the XIII to the XV century in Florence, with the oldest works of the whole gallery.
San Giorgio by Donatello: a holy warrior exposed at the Bargello
The San Giorgio by Donatello is part of the fourteen statues of the patron of the arts in Florence sculpted for the external niches of the Orsanmichele church. Made of Apuan marble and 209 cm high, the work dates from 1415 to 1417 and was commissioned by the Art of Armor and Sword. From 1891 it is preserved in the National Museum of the Bargello.
In Florence, the fury of Pollock with an eye for Michelangelo
Until July 27 Florence pays homage for the first time to one of the greatest protagonist of the arts all over the world, Jackson Pollock.