The Springtime of the Renaissance: Sculpture and the Arts in Florence, 1400-60
23rd September 2013 - 6th January 2014

It focuses on those 60 years that changed the whole history of art, scarred by the discovery of perspective and the adoption of realistic models derived from classical sculpture: the cornerstones of Reinassance.
The pieces featured at Palazzo Strozzi really sum up the revolutionary contents of the art produced in that period, and if you have studied history of art you'll be delighted to see many works of art you already know (if you're intimate with Florence museums, especially with Museo dell'Opera del Duomo, you probably have already seen them many times). This is why this exhibition is so special: it allows you to have a global view on the first Renaissance exposing the most important and beautiful products of it.