Uffizi Rooms From 20 to 29
Room 20th – Sala di Dürer
Here are displayed several paintings by different artists of the German Renaissance. The main works are from Albrecht Dürer and Lucas Cranach the Elder. Among them stand out: “L’Adorazione dei Magi” and the “Ritratto del Padre dell’Artista” by Albrecht Dürer and “Adamo ed Eva” by Cranach The Elder.
Room 21st - Sala del Giambellino e di Giorgione
It hosts a large collection of paintings from the Venetian school from the 15th century to the 16th one, as well as a few paintings by the Emilian artists Lorenzo Costa and Cosmè Tura.
Among them the masterpieces are: the “La Sacra Allegoria” and “La Lamentazione sopra il Corpo di Cristo” by Giambellino (surname of Giovanni Bellini, 15th century) and the “Ritratto di Guerriero col suo Cavallerizzo” (portrait of the Venetian condottiere Gattamelata –surname of Erasmo di Narni - and his equerry) created by Giorgione in 1509.
Room 22nd - Sala dei Fiamminghi e Tedeschi del Rinascimento
Its ceiling is frescoed with epic subjects by Ludovico Buti (16th century).
This room houses tiny painting by artists from the German Renaissance and paintings by Flemish artists of the same period.
Among them the most celebrated are: the “Ritratto di Benedetto Portinari” and “S. Benedetto” both of them by the Flemish Hans Memling.
Room 23rd - Sala di Mantegna e di Correggio
The ceiling is also frescoed by Ludovico Buti representing ancient arms and defensive structures. This area is assigned to the northern Italy Renaissance painters from the 15th to the 16th century. Its masterpieces are: the “Madonna delle Cave”, the three panels of “L’Adorazione dei Magi”, “La Circoncisione“and “L’Ascensione” by Andrea Mantegna and the “Madonna in Gloria”, the “Riposo in Egitto” and “L’Adorazione del Bambino” by Correggio (surname of Antonio Allegri).
Room 24th - Gabinetto delle miniature
It houses four hundred tiny portraits ca. of different ages and schools coming from the works collected by the Medici dynasty. Most of them pertained to Cardinal Leopoldo de Medici (17th century).
Room 25th – Sala di Michelangelo e dei Fiorentini
The masterpiece preserved in this room is the “Tondo Doni” by Michelangelo, an imposing painting representing “The Holy Family”. It was created between 1503/1504, commissioned by Angelo Doni.
This room houses as well some wonderful paintings by Mariotto Albertinelli and Fra Bartolomeo from the 15th to the16th century.
Room 26th - Sala di Raffaello e di Andrea del Sarto
It hosts: “San Jacopo con due fanciulli”, the “Madonna delle arpie”, the “Dossale dei quattro santi”, and the “Dama col cestello di fusi” by Andrea del Sarto (1486-1530) and the“Ritratto di Guidobaldo da Montefeltro”, the “Ritratto di Elisabetta Gonzaga”, the “Ritratto di giovane col pomo”, the “Madonna del Cardellino”, the “Ritratto di Papa Giulio”, the “Ritratto del Papa Leone X con i Cardinali Giulio de Medici e Luigi de Rossi” by Raffaello (1483-1520) as well as his self-portrait; the “Ritratto virile” by Il Franciabigio (surname of Francesco de the Cristofano Giudicis) and the “Ritratto di Pietro Carnesecchi” by Il Puligo (surname of Domenico Ubaldini).
Room 27th – Sala del Pontormo e del Rosso Fiorentino
This room houses a large collection of paintings from the Florentine school of the 16th century. The most celebrated are: “Pigmalione e Galatea”; the “Compianto sul Cristo Morto”, the “Sacra Famiglia Panciatichi” by Il Bronzino (surname of Agnolo di Cosimo); “L’Adorazione dei Pastori”, “Mosé difende le figlie di Jetro”, the“Ritratto di giovane in nero” and the “Madonna in trono e Santi” by Rosso Fiorentino (surname of Giovanni Battista Rossi); the “Ritratto di Maria Salviati”, “La Cena in Emmaus”, “S. Antonio Abate”, “I diecimila martiri” and the “Natività di San Giovanni” by Jacopo Pontormo; “Tarquinio il Superbo fonda il tempio di Giove in Campidoglio” and the “Giustizia di Selueco” by Perin del Vaga (surname of Pietro Buonaccorsi); “Cristo davanti a Caifas”, “Storie di S. Acacio” and the “Deposizione della Croce” by Il Bachiaca (surname of Francesco Ubertini); the “Sacra Famiglia con San Giovannino” by Il Beccafumi (surname of Domenico di Giacomo di Pace) as well as his self-portrait.
Room 28th – Sala di Tiziano e di Sebastiano del Piombo
This room is dedicated to the most illustrious painters from the Venetian school of the 16th century. It hosts: the “Sacra Famiglia con S. Giovannino e la Maddalena”, the “Resurrezione di Lazzaro” and “Giuditta” by Jacopo di Palma the Elder. The “Madonna delle Rose”, the “Cristo Risorto”, the “Ritratto del Vescovo Ludovico Beccadelli”, the “Ritratto di un cavaliere di Malta”; the “Ritratto virile”, “Flora”, the “Ritratto del Papa Sisto IV”, the “Ritratto di Francesco Maria della Rovere”, the “Ritratto di Eleonora Gonzaga”, “Santa Margherita” and “La Venere di Urbino” by Tiziano.“La Morte di Adone” and the “Ritratto di donna” by Sebastiano del Piombo.
Room 29th - Sala del Dosso e del Parmigianino
This room as well as the neighbouring one (n. 30th) preserves a remarkable artworks selection by the Emilian painters from the first half of the 16th century.
The highlight in the first room is “La Madonna dal collo lungo” by Parmigianino (surname of Francesco Mazzola). By Parmigianino there are also displayed: the “Madonna di S. Zaccaria” and the “Ritratto virile”. By Dosso Dossi: the “Riposo durante la fuga in Egitto”, the “Ritratto di Guerriero”, the “Rittrato virile”, the “Ritratto di donna “and the “Allegoria di Ercole”.
The art collection of the Uffizi Gallery is classified within the following rooms:
Rooms from 1 to 9
Rooms from 10 to 19
Rooms from 20 to 29
Rooms from 31 to 35
Rooms from 41 to 45
Rooms of Caravaggio and other famouse Masters
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