Great Art Museums of Florence
Our tour of Italy last summer first took us to Rome and Capri. Then we said farewell to the beautiful island of the Sirens and ventured inland and north to the region of Tuscany, a land of sunflowers, hill towns and the birthplace of the Renaissance. We arrived in Florence mid-afternoon and started our visit on a high note, touring two of the world’s greatest art museums: the Accademia Gallery and the Uffizi Gallery. Tuscan Field of Sunflowers Accademia Gallery We began our Accademia tour…
THE GOLDEN AGE OF TOLERANCE
This is an adult blog . Viewers must be over 18. # NSFW Photos Hi , I am Martin from Berlin , Germany and I am gay . This blog is about beauty and art and tolerance . the beauty of the male body and the beauty of art . the tolerance of the golden age , the roman empire , where nobody cares , which faith you have or which sexuality . the golden age of innocence Disclaimer : i do not own the majority of these photos . they are free from the net . if you want to remove one . please ask me to do…
What to Do in Florence: 9 Things Locals Love
The founder of Mercato Centrale, the creative director of Salvatore Ferragamo, and leather craftsman Tommaso Melani show us their favorite spots to shop, eat, and drink in their hometown.
Madonna Casini, c.1426 - Masaccio - WikiArt.org
‘Madonna Casini’ was created in c.1426 by Masaccio in Early Renaissance style. Find more prominent pieces of religious painting at Wikiart.org – best visual art database.
Bronzino - The Panciatichi Holy Family [c.1540]
Flickr is almost certainly the best online photo management and sharing application in the world. Show off your favorite photos and videos to the world, securely and privately show content to your friends and family, or blog the photos and videos you take with a cameraphone.
Pietro Perugino Mary Magdalen Painting
Pietro Perugino Mary Magdalen art painting for sale; Shop your favorite Pietro Perugino Mary Magdalen painting on canvas or frame at discount price.
Uffizi upgrades rooms 25-32 | The Florentine
Rooms 25 to 32 at Florence’s Uffizi Gallery now boast a new upgraded space to highlight some of the city’s most sublime works of art. The rooms, which previously held 16th century Florentine, Veneto and Lombard paintings by illustrious artists like Michelangelo to Lotto, form a “small U” that begins and ends at …