FLORENCE.- Americans in Florence. Sargent and the American Impressionists on view at Palazzo Strozzi, Florence, from 3 March to 15 July 2012, sets out to illustrate the extremely fertile and multifaceted relationship that the painters of the New World established with Florence and other cities in Tuscany between the mid 19th century and the World War 1. After the end of the American Civil War, there was a substantial increase in the number of American artists travelling to Europe, although, of course, the 18th century Grand Tour tradition had never really died.
FLORENCE.- Palazzo Strozzi showcases the art of the 1930s from masterpieces by Sironi, Martini, Fontana and Guttuso to design and the applied arts, exploring the most innovative and vibrant art of the era. This retrospective takes a... Read Post
Palazzo Strozzi is presenting The Springtime of the Renaissance. Sculpture and the Arts in Florence, 1400-1460, an exhibition which sets out to illustrate the origin of what is still known today as the ?miracle? of the Renaissance i... Read Post