Dietrofront at the Uffizi Gallery, never seen before
From December 17, 2013 to February 2, 2014, Dietrofront at the Uffizi Gallery has never been seen before. In the “Reali Poste” room of the Uffizi, the dark side of forty works of art is exhibited from December 17 to February 2. “Dietrofront” is part of the “never seen before” series that is organized every year at Christmas to unveil little known works preserved in the Uffizi Gallery warehouses and other museums in Florence.
Fifteenth-century paintings are exhibited as the Triptych of Froment with the Resurrection of Lazarus whose closed doors represent Mary and the commissioner of the work, or of the sixteenth century as the custody made by Bruegel the old man who protected and proposed in copy to the original Of Dürer that represents the ran calvary. In addition, other contemporary works such as the portrait of the Brazilian artist Camara or the Florentine Nano Campeggi.
Drawings, notes, sketches kept away from the eyes of the public, proofs of painting, poetry, handwritten notes, sealing.
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