Tibuna degli Uffizi
By Johann Zoffany (German, 13 March 1733 – 11 November 1810)
It is not a Renaissance painting but it speaks about Renaissance. And it is a summary of Renaissance art in a painting. It illustrates the Tribune of the Uffizi of Florence and shows enthusiasts abducted by the beauty of many masterpieces. A kaleidoscope in which we are still lost today. The title is, in fact, “Tibuna degli Uffizi” by Johann Zoffany, an eighteenth-century German
neoclassical painter and is at the Royal Collection of Windsor.
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