uffizi room 26 di raffaello e andrea del sarto

This room contains many works by Raphael, which testify to his artistic career from the early years of the portraits, portraits of the Dukes of Urbino, or of Francesco Maria della Rovere, who suffer from the work of the first stay in Florence in 1506, of which the Madonna of Goldfinch is best, right up to the mature works such as Portrait of Pope Leo X with his grandchildren.
Space is also given to works by Andrea del Sarto, an artist influenced by the great masters of the sixteenth such as Leonardo, Michelangelo and Raphael, and attentive to the teachings of Fra Bartolomeo.

Due to the work in progress, this room is currently closed to the public and the artworks has been transferred in the new rooms.

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