Gallerie Degli Uffizi

The 'Galleria Degli Uffizi' in Florence is a well-known museums in the world due to the extensive collection of one-of-a-kind artworks and masterpieces housed within its walls. The vast majority of these works date back to the Renaissance era.


• Discover more about the history of the Uffizi here:

The Uffizi Gallery, located in the middle of Florence, is home to works of art created by illustrious Italian artists such as Botticelli, Giotto, Cimabue, Michelangelo, Leonardo da Vinci, and Raffaello, to name a few of the most well-known names on the list.

The massive collection contains artworks from every century, although most of the items in it were created in the era spanning the 12th to the 17th centuries.

Botticelli's depiction of the birth of Venus

Titian's Venus of Urbino Madonna with the Long-Necked Virgin from Parmigianino

Madonna of the Goldfinch is a painting by Rafael, while Annunciation is a painting by Leonardo da Vinci.

Primavera from Botticelli

Caravaggio's depiction of Bacchus

The Madonna and Child with Saints Ognissanti by Giotto and the Holy Family by Michelangelo

Urbino's Duke and Duchess, respectively

Piero della Francesca

• The arrangement of the exhibits in the museum is thoughtfully planned to demonstrate the progression of artistic styles from Florentine through Gothic to Renaissance:

Begin your tour in room one, which showcases gothic artwork from nations other than Italy. Italian Gothic art from twelfth to the fourteenth century can be displayed in rooms two through six of the museum. For instance, the well-known Ognissanti Madonna by Giotto can be found at this museum.

An additional differentiation is formed between the naturalistic influences, which are located in room four of the building. The paintings of Duccio and his disciples, who depict the antithesis in their work, can be found in room three of the building.

A. The beginning of the Renaissance.

Artwork from the early Renaissance can be found on display in Rooms 7 through 14 of the Uffizi Gallery. For instance, the well-known painting 'The Duke and Duchess of Urbino' by Piero della Francesca can be found in room seven.

In rooms ten through fourteen, you will find well-known works by Sandro Botticelli. Some examples of these works include Primavera and the Birth of Venus.

B. The golden age of the Renaissance

The most well-known works of art from the High Renaissance are housed on the first floor of the Uffizi Museum in Florence, Italy.

C. The artistic traditions of Northern Europe and Late Italy

Masterpieces from different European countries can be found in rooms 44 through 55. For instance, the naturalistic masters are located in room 45 of the museum.

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Address of Gallerie Degli Uffizi

Piazzale degli Uffizi, 6, Florence, Italy

Opening & Closing time of Gallerie Degli Uffizi

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