Firenze, una città d'arte


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YOU CAN DOWNLOAD THIS PRESENTATION AS PPSX HERE: SLIDESHARE LINK: The collection is the most tangible testimony of a typically Florentine tradition of the plastic arts which formed in the various phases of the construction of Santa Maria del Fiore and for centuries evolved at her work sites.


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Museo dell'Opera del Duomo Firenze

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Inaugurated in 1891, renovated after the 1966 flood, and today with a layout dated December 1999, the Museo dell’Opera del Duomo must be considered one of the most important church museums in Italy.

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The present palazzo was built over a previous construction purchased in 1400. Museo dell'Opera del Duomo

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Since the end of the 1800s, there has been an uninterrupted flow to the Museum of the works of art which, for reasons of conservation, have been removed from their outdoor location at Santa Maria del Fiore, the Baptistery and the Campanile.

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Pope Bonifacius VIII; statue by Arnolfo di Cambio, around 1298.

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Anonyme lutrin monumental, approx. from 1550 to 1600

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Arnolfo di Cambio (1245-1302) Madona col Bambino tra S.Reparata e S.Zanobi (from 1300 to 1310 )

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The priceless Altar of San Giovanni comes from the interior of the Baptistery: composed of 400 kilos of silver, it was created between 1366 and 1480 by artists like Michelozzo, Verrocchio, Antonio del Pollaiolo and Bernardo Cennini.

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Profeta Andrea & Nino Pisano from 1334 to 1341 Habacuc Donatello from 1423 to 1435 Profeta Maestro dell'Armatura from 1334 to 1341 Christ Rédempteur Andrea Pisano (near 1340) Sainte Réparate Andrea Pisano (near 1340

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Donatello’s polychrome wooden sculpture Maria Maddalena (1445)

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The Choir Lofts by Luca della Robbia Bas-relief from 1431 to 1438

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The sculptures of campanile -hexagonal panel, lozenges and statues depict the history of mankind, inspired by Genesis, and the beginnings of “mechanical arts” and “creative arts” (according to the Bible): Jabal (animal husbandry), Jubal (music, harp and organ), Tubalcain (first blacksmith), Noah (first farmer)

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Andrea Pisano 1334-1336

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Andrea Pisano from 1337 to 1341

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the panels for the “Door of Paradise” by Ghiberti

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Sound : Giovanni Battista Viotti - Concerto pour piano et orch en Sol mineur Text: Internet Pictures : Daniela Iacob Arangement : Sanda Foişoreanu

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