Florence

Botticelli's paintings return to the Galleria dell'Accademia

Sandro Botticelli, Madonna col Bambino San Giovannino e due angeli, 1468- Inv 1890

In the next few days, two paintings attributed to Sandro Botticelli return from their travels abroad. The Madonna and Child John the Baptist and two angels are back in the Gallery, loaned to the Tiroler Landesmuseum Ferdinandeum in Innsbruck for the exhibition dedicated to Botticelli's Madonnas which ended on January 30th. Dated 1468, it is an early work by the Renaissance painter who, while remaining tied to the style of the masters, such as Verrocchio and Filippo Lippi, shows a desire to emancipate himself from the illustrious models.

The Pala del Trebbio is also back in the Gallery, on display until January 24 in the large exhibition dedicated by the Jacquemart-André Museum in Paris to Botticelli's workshop and which celebrated the genius of the artist and the activity of his atelier. The painting, so named because it comes from the oratory of the Medici Castle of Trebbio, in the countryside north of Florence, sees the Madonna and Child surrounded by the Saints most dear to the Medici family: in fact, San Lorenzo and the martyrs Cosma and Damiano can be recognized, all recurring names in the noble Florentine family. A loan that is part of a relationship of mutual collaboration with other international institutions, always in line with international exchanges also desired by the MiC - Ministry of Culture and which will see, on February 15, the bust of Michelangelo, belonging to the museum's collection Parisian, arrive at the Galleria dell'Accademia in Florence for the exhibition that will collect, for the first time, the nine bronze effigies attributed to Daniele da Volterra portraying Michelangelo Buonarroti.

These paintings return just in time to reunite with the other works in the new layout of the Sala del Colosso which will be inaugurated on February 7th.

"The activity of the Galleria dell'Accademia in Florence is always in great ferment - declares the director Cecilie Hollberg - both as regards the collaborations with prestigious European and international institutions and for the major renovations, maintenance, rearrangements, lighting and air conditioning. of the rooms, which have never stopped despite the criticalities of the pandemic period and which have seen the museum involved in major renovations. "

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