The Uffizi acquire the sketch of the ‘Witch of Endor’ by the Romantic painter Giuseppe Sabatelli
The painting has been long since lost in the USA
17th and 18th-centuries frescoes discovered
They were unveiled during an expansion project
The Uffizi reopens with 16th-century masterpieces on display for the first time
New rooms dedicated to sixteenth-century Florentine, Emilian and Roman painting
The works for the reopening of the Vasari Corridor of the Uffizi Galleries are about to start
A 16th century masterpiece believed lost is unearthed and joins the Uffizi collections
Homer’s Riddle by Bartolomeo Passerotti will be displayed in the new 16th century painting rooms
Forlì and the Uffizi join forces for the major exhibition dedicated to Dante
A journey three hundred masterpieces long, from the 13th to the 20th centuries
Donation of a self-portrait by the artist Endless
Street Art debuts in the Collections of the Uffizi
The collection of Professor Carlo del Bravo, distinguished modern art academic, has been donated to the Uffizi.
The donation includes 455 works including paintings, drawings and sculptures from the 16th to the 21st century.
Dante. The vision of art
Uffizi Galleries Off-site: Forlì 2021 a special exhibition dedicated to Dante
For a creative approach to the collections of the Uffizi Gallery: the experience of the Drawing as Seeing workshop
Raphael and the jewels in the Uffizi Gallery: Elisabetta Gonzaga, Maddalena Doni and the Woman with the Veil
“[…] Reducing to greater perfection and resemblance?”
The ways the Uffizi’s self-portraits of artists are perceived in the Museo Fiorentino and the definition of the term “resemblance” in the eighteent...
“To Donatello, sculptor in the world of early Renaissance art”
The tribute by the Academy of the Arts of Drawing, five hundred years after his birth
The Famous Men and Women of Andrea del Castagno in the Uffizi Gallery.
Conservation, collections and museography
The use of gilding in the classical statues of the Uffizi Gallery: the results of ten years of research.
Springtime in Boboli Gardens
The tradition of terracotta from Impruneta used to make new pots for the Medici citrus plants
The Becoming of the Image.
Mediality and Temporality in the ‘poietic’ Self-Portrait by Alessandro Allori (1555)