Uffizi


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Uffizi

(juːˈfɪtsɪ)
n
(Named Buildings) an art gallery in Florence; built by Giorgio Vasari in the 16th century and opened as a museum in 1765: contains chiefly Italian Renaissance paintings
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They were sitting on some steps in the Uffizi Arcade.
The project was launched in collaboration with 17 museums around the world, including London's Tate Gallery, the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York and Florence's Uffizi.
Which Italian city is home to the Ponte Vecchio and the Uffizi Gallery?
On Leopoldo's death in 1675 most of what he owned entered grand ducal collections, including the Galleria degli Uffizi.
By: Egypt Today staff CAIRO - 9 August 2017: The Uffizi Gallery Art Museum in Florence, Italy was forced to shut down on Friday, August 4, following a long heat wave and failure in the museum's air conditioning systems.
Uffizi Gallery is one of the most famous in the world.
Richard takes the Pitch Perfect star on a 48-hour tour of the Italian city, taking in the Uffizi Gallery to see Botticelli's Birth of Venus and the Accademia to check out Michelangelo's David.
Works from the Uffizi Gallery and other collections of Italy "," Piranesi.
MORNING I'd make an early start in Florence in Italy with a quick espresso and pastry with the locals in a cafe before visiting the Uffizi for some Renaissance art.
ART & CINEMA Florence and the Uffizi Gallery It's one of Italy's most enchanting cities and the Uffizi Gallery has been under restoration for some considerable time.
Among the Rogier van der Weyden Group paintings examined are the Prado Descent from the Cross, the Beaune Polyptych, the Uffizi Lamentation, and the Louvain Trinity.
Henry's prosodic intervention into images--shuffling their stresses--is evident in a gripping series on display, "Plan of the Uffizi," 1973, which pairs twenty-three trapezoidal canvases with a book stand holding a guide to the Uffizi Gallery in Florence that includes slide sheets.