The Pure, Simple and Natural extended until Jan. 6
Uffizi exhibition The Pure, Simple and Natural in Art in Florence Between the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries has been extended until January 6.
The exhibit seeks to challenge prevailing ideas that Florence’s civic culture during the Renaissance was a conservative one, examining the identity of Florentine art through a cross-reference of painting and sculpture. Andrea del Sarto and Santi di Tito form the axis upon which the exhibit hangs, which also explores the roles played by the Della Robbias, Sansovino, Franciabigio, Bugiardini and Sogliani, and later Bronzino, Poggini, Giovanni Bandini, Ciampelli, Tarchiani, Vannini and Antonio Novelli.
The Pure, Simple and Natural
Until January 6
Tues – Sun: 8:15 a.m.– 6:50 p.m.
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