New Uffizi: six new rooms for the artists of the seventeenth century
New Uffizi: six new rooms for artists of the seventeenth century. After the blue salt of foreigners, inaugurated in December 2011, and the crimson of those dedicated to the Florentine Mannerism, presented in 2012, is the ocher color chosen to identify the Florentine painters of the seventeenth century, whose works are on display, as of yesterday, six new rooms on the main floor of the vasariano complex, in the wing of Levante.
Among the oldest building, completed in 1580 and intended at first to commettitori of semiprecious stones, then put to any archive, the six rooms opened yesterday, numbered from 95 to 100, now home to 48 works, partly coming from the deposits, in part by Vasari, by authors such as Jacopo Chimenti said the Empoli, Giovanni Bilivert, Filippo Napoletano, Justus Suttermans, Francesco Furini, Carlo Dolci.
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