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Mercury from Botticelli's masterpiece, "Primavera", Uffizzi Museum, Florence

Mercury from Botticelli's masterpiece, "Primavera", Uffizzi Museum, Florence

Tiziano-Flora, 1515 circa, olio su tela, 80×64 cm(dettaglio) Firenze, Galleria degli Uffizi

Tiziano-Flora, 1515 circa, olio su tela, 80×64 cm(dettaglio) Firenze, Galleria degli Uffizi

A Design Lover's Guide to Florence, Italy. — Apartment Therapy's Design Destination Guide. Traveling to Florence? Our style-conscious suggestions for what to see and do, where to shop, what to eat and where to stay.

A Design Lover's Guide to Florence — Apartment Therapy's Design Destination Guide

A Design Lover's Guide to Florence, Italy. — Apartment Therapy's Design Destination Guide. Traveling to Florence? Our style-conscious suggestions for what to see and do, where to shop, what to eat and where to stay.

Chloris and Zephyrus, Primavera 05 - Primavera (painting) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Chloris and Zephyrus, Primavera 05 - Primavera (painting) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Gucci Museum Archive - Florence (Italy) - Official Website

Gucci Museum Archive - Florence (Italy) - Official Website

Gucci Flora Icon Exhibition  Gucci fans are in for a treat as the Italian luxury house holds a two-day exhibition of archival pieces paying tribute to its signature Flora motif. Held from 23rd to 24th March 2013, the showcase will be making its way from Gucci’s famed Gucci Museo in Florence to the ArtScience Museum at Marina Bay Sands.  Looking like an illustration straight from a children’s fairytale, the Flora motif was created in 1966 when Rodolfo Gucci commissioned artist Vittorio

Gucci Flora Icon Exhibition Gucci fans are in for a treat as the Italian luxury house holds a two-day exhibition of archival pieces paying tribute to its signature Flora motif. Held from 23rd to 24th March 2013, the showcase will be making its way from Gucci’s famed Gucci Museo in Florence to the ArtScience Museum at Marina Bay Sands. Looking like an illustration straight from a children’s fairytale, the Flora motif was created in 1966 when Rodolfo Gucci commissioned artist Vittorio

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